Ridged Chevron Crochet Cowl Pattern
It’s another fun practice pattern!
Okay, I’m gonna confess, I really love making these quick and easy patterns because it gives me a chance to play with my yarn and design something that will not only help you practice a new stitch, but create something useful and fun at the same time. This crochet cowl is adjustable so you can wear it long, or snug against your neck, we know how useful that can be. It’s up to you!
Yes, this crochet cowl pattern is a ploy to get you to learn and practice the Ridged Chevron Stitch (click link for my tutorial 😉 ). If you know how to double crochet and do the chevron crochet stitch you’ll find this stitch a no-brainer. . . if you’re just learning, click all the links they are the breadcrumbs to learning. 🙂
I can’t wait to see what color you make because you always give me ideas on colors to use in later projects. . . yes, there are more projects coming along because I’ve got tons more tutorials coming!
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- 2 Balls Soft Worsted Yarn (Caron Simply Soft or Red Heart Soft)
- Size N crochet hook
- 1 Medium or Large size button
- Tapestry needle
- Beginner / Advanced Beginner
- Chain = ch
- Slip Stitch = sl st
- Single Crochet = sc
- Half Double Crochet = hdc
- Double Crochet = dc
- Double Crochet 2 Together = dc2tog
- Double Crochet in Back Loop Only = dcblo