Day 17 of our 30 Days of Cozy brings us this lovely, variegated Autumn Adventure Cowl from Trinity of Yarn Has My Heart.
Are you ready to make your own?
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❁ PATTERN DOWNLOADS
There are several ways you can access the pattern for this lovely Autumn Adventure Cowl:
- Follow along with the free pattern, below.
- Purchase the ad-free, downloadable version of this cowl pattern on Ravelry.
- Purchase the premium pattern which includes instructions for the cowl and a matching headband, here, on Ravelry.
150 yards of bulky weight (CYC 5) yarn
❁ STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS
- CH: chain
- SC: single crochet
- HDC: half-double crochet
- DC: double crochet
- SLST: slip stitch
- REP: repeat
- SP: space
- RS: right side
- FLO: front loop only
- BLO: back loop only
- ST(S): stitch(es)
❁ PATTERN DETAILS
- Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
- US Terminology
- Gauge: 11 stitches X 8 rows = 4” square
- Stitch used for gauge: half double crochet
- Size(s): One size (Adult)
- Measurement(s): The finished cowl is about 9.5” tall by 32” around.
- No matter your skill level, I always suggest that you read through the pattern from beginning to end before beginning your work just to be sure you don’t have any questions that might cause frustration in the midst of your project.
- You can use any method you prefer to join the ends of each piece.
- As written in the “Stitches Used” section below, when working row 4, *make sure* that you sc around both the ch 3 from row 2 and the ch 2 from row 3. The sc should gather these two chains together, and there will not be any free-standing ch sections left.
SPECIAL STITCHES USED
- To work the “sc around previous two ch spaces” stitch, place the hook under the ch 3 and the ch 2 from the two previous rows, yarnover, draw up a loop, yarnover, and pull through both loops on the hook. Pull slightly on the working yarn to tighten the sc around the ch. Make sure you work the sc around both the ch 2 and the ch 3.
❁ AUTUMN ADVENTURE COWL CROCHET PATTERN
With K/10.5 hook, Ch 27
Row 1: hdc in second ch from hook (skipped ch does not count as st), hdc across, ch 2, turn (26 hdc)
Row 2 (RS): *skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 3, skip next 2 sts* rep from * to * to last 2 sts, skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 2, turn (7 groups of crossed dc, 6 ch 3 spaces)
Row 3: *skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 2, skip next 3 ch* rep from * to * to last 2 sts, skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 2, turn (7 groups of crossed dc, 6 ch 2 spaces)
Row 4: *skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 2, sc around 2 previous ch sp, ch 2* rep from * to * to last 2 sts, skip next st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st, ch 1, turn (7 groups of crossed dc, 6 “ch 2, sc, ch 2”)
Row 5: *hdc 2, ch 2* rep from * to * across to last 2 sts, hdc 2, ch 1, turn (7 groups of 2 hdc, 6 ch 2 spaces)
Row 6: hdc in blo across, ch 1, turn (26 hdc blo)
Row 7: hdc in flo across, ch 2, turn (26 hdc flo)
Rep rows 2-7 seven more times, ending on row 6 for the last repeat. Cut the yarn, leaving a long tail for sewing, and pull through the loop on the hook to secure. Thread a tapestry needle with the yarn tail, fold the piece in half with the wrong side facing you, and sew the ends together. Turn right side out and weave in all ends
❁ ONCE YOUR PROJECT IS FINISHED
I know you’re going to love making the Sirena’s Cowl and I so look forward to seeing your finished product.
- Be sure to share photos on social media using the hashtag #30DaysofCozy so we can all see your project and give you all-the-hearts. 💖💖💖
I can’t wait to see your creations!
Until then, stay cozy and keep on yarning. ♥
❁ ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Trinity Vincent designs knitting and crochet patterns under the name Yarn Has My Heart. She has a passion for designing and is constantly seeking new ways to grow creatively and connect with other makers. Starting Yarn Has My Heart has been the perfect creative outlet as Trinity works through her second year of college as an IT major. When she’s not knitting, crocheting, or thinking about either of those things, you can probably find her doing homework, drawing, or hanging out with her younger sister. She is grateful for all the wonderful opportunities she has had in the design world so far, and she can’t wait to see what the next months and years will bring.
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