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This cowl’s main feature is the feather stitch. The minute I began working with this stitch, I fell in love with it. Not only is it beautiful, but it is so thick and squishy! It does take a bit of practice, but once you get the hang of it, it is a very fun stitch and works up quite quickly. I’ve included instructions for making 3 sizes of the tube style cowl plus an infinity scarf. The one I’m wearing in the pictures is an infinity scarf.
Instructions given to fit size Small; changes for Medium, Large, & Infinity Scarf are in ()
S (M, L, In)
Finished Circumference: 24” (27”, 30”, 60”)
Finished Height: 11” (14 ½”, 18”, 7 ½”)
With 6mm hook, ch 14.
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. Turn. – 13 st
2. Ch1, hdc in 1st st and each st across. Turn. – 13 st
Repeat row 2 until you have 11 rows total. Swatch should measure 4 ½” W x 4 ¾” H.
I used Lion Brand Heartland, which is 100% Acrylic, #4 Worsted weight yarn.
Any yarn of similar weight would work.
Approximately 450 (600, 1000, 520) yds.
Sk = Skip
Sp = Space
Yo = Yarn Over
St = Stitch
Ss = Slip Stitch
Ch = Chain
Hdc = Half Double Crochet
Ch1 at the beginning of a row is never considered a stitch.
A Feather Stitch counts as 2 sts.
I have added many pictures to help you along the way.
I have written this pattern with options for 3 different sizes of tube style cowl as well as an infinity scarf. For measurements, please see the sizing info above. This pattern is worked in the round, and you will turn after each round.
With 6mm Hook (or the hook used to obtain gauge)
Ch 68 (76, 86, 170). Ss to the 1st ch to form a ring. Be careful not to twist your chain while doing so.
1. Ch1. Hdc in the back hump of 1st ch and each ch around. Ss to 1st st. Turn. – 68 (76, 86, 170) st
2. Ch1, hdc in 1st st, ch1, sk1 st. *Hdc, in next st, ch1, sk1 st. ** Repeat from * to ** around. Ss to join to 1st st. Turn. – 68 (76, 86, 170) st
3. Ch1. Starting in next ch1 sp, fst around. Ss to join to 1st st. Turn. – 68 (76, 86, 170) st
4. – 10. Repeat round 3. – 68 (76, 86, 170) st
11. (Wrong Side) Ch1. Hdc in 1st st and each st around. Ss to join to 1st st. Turn. – 68 (76, 86, 170) st
Repeat rounds 2 – 11 2 (3, 4, 1) more times, for a total of 31 (41, 51, 21) rows. Bind off.
Weave in your ends, and you’re done!
I hope you love your new cowl, and I look forward to seeing all of your beautiful pictures on Ravelry!
If you enjoyed The Puffs N Picots Bandana Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern, you may want to check out my other designs!
And until next time… Happy Hooking! 😉