Winter Waves Chevron Cowl
Free Crochet Cowl Pattern
This simple chevron cowl is super easy and quick to work up. The punch of ombre color blocking really gives it a great visual punch.
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1 complete chevron (12sts) and 5 rows = 3 ½”
13 ½” long by 13 ½” wide
dc3tog– double crochet three together
Yarn over (YO) and insert hook in first st. YO and pull through st (three loops on hook). YO and draw through two loops (two loops left on hook). YO and insert hook in second st. YO and pull through st (four loops on hook). YO and draw through two loops (three loops left on hook). YO and insert hook in third st. YO and pull through st (five loops on hook). YO and draw through two loops (four loops left on hook). YO and draw through all four loops on hook.
Row 1. Beginning with main color. Chain 44
Row 2. 1dc in the 4th chain from hook (counts as two dcs in first ch). 1dc in each of the next 3 chs. *Dc3tog. 1dc in each of the next 3 chs**. 3dc in next ch. 1dc in each of the next 3 chs^. Repeat from * to ^ 2 times. Repeat from * to **. 2dc in last ch.
Row 3. Ch3 and turn. 1dc in the first st (counts as two dcs in first st). 1dc in each of the next 3sts. *Dc3tog. 1dc in each of the next 3sts**. 3dc in next st. 1dc in each of the next 3sts^. Repeat from * to ^ 2 times. Repeat from * to **. 2dc in last st (top of Ch3 from previous row).
Rows 4-16. Repeat row 3.
Rows 17-22. Repeat row 3, changing color every two rows for the ombre accents.
Rows 23-41. Repeat row 3, using main color. On last row, fasten off leaving a 18-20” tail.
Row 42. Mattress stitch ends together. (great tutorial by Moogly can be found HERE)
I hope you enjoyed this free crochet cowl pattern for the Winter Waves Chevron Cowl.
Matching slouch hat pattern HERE
Toddler Chevron Cowl available HERE
Lorene Eppolite is the designer behind Cre8tion Crochet and has been designing since October 2012. She loves to create fun and easy crochet accessories and garments and strives to make her designs to be achievable for any skill level. Just because it is easy, doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. Lorene was named one of the Top Ten Designers by The Yarn Box in 2012, and named a Top Blogger by AllFreeCrochet in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Lorene has many patterns published by Red Heart Yarns.