This soft and textured St. Peregrine crochet cowl pattern features a soothing stitch pattern that is easy enough to follow while watching a show, and slightly different on either side. You get to pick your favorite side or switch it up for a different look each time. This cowl uses about 350 yards of worsted weight yarn, which is typically less than two skeins, so you might have enough leftover to make a matching ear warmer.
You can get the free written instructions on the Two Brothers Blanket blog. I am honored to have my design featured on Michelle’s blog as she creates some beautiful, size-inclusive garments and accessories. If you haven’t checked out her designs, there are so many to choose from and perfect for all skill levels.
The cowl is worked in rows using a combination of half double crochet stitches in the front and back loops, as well as puff stitches to create that beautiful texture. You don’t need to be an expert crocheter to make this cowl, and the stitches are considered easy, but because you add the trim to the sides after making the body, I think an advanced beginner crocheter will find this fun challenge to make.
Plus, in the premium PDF, I have included lots of close-up photos to show you exactly where to place your hook for assembly so you can follow my exact process.
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Introducing the St. Peregrine Crochet Cowl Pattern
If you’re been around the blog for the last several months, you’ve likely seen more designs in the St. Peregrine collection. What started as a texture for a hat featured in the 2021 Crochet Cancer Challenge has turned into a suite of crochet patterns that you can make as mix and match accessories.
This texture is one that is so versatile and would work well for just about every weight of yarn and all types of projects. Don’t you love it when you find something like this that you can make so many great gifts from?
About the Stitches
Before you can get started with this crochet cowl, here are some details you need to know.
Skill Level: Intermediate
- Medium Worsted Weight Yarn,such as Lion Brand Feels Like Butta in White – 350 yards
- G6 (4.0mm) Hook
- Yarn Needle
Gauge: For this project gauge is not important, but for reference it is hdc 15.5 st x 13.5 rows = 4” square
Finished Dimensions: Approximately 12.5” wide x 10.25” high (31.8cm x 26.0cm)
- sl st – slip stitch
- ch – chain
- hdc – half double crochet
- Fhdc – foundation half double crochet
- FLO – front loop only
- BLO – back loop only
- puff – puff stitch
- st – stitch
- rep – repeat
- RS – right side
- * – repeat instructions between asterisks as directed
Puff Stitch – *yarn over, insert your hook, yarn over and pull up a loop,* repeat from * to * two more times (7 loops will be on your hook), yarn over and pull through all of the loops.
- US Terms (US to UK terminology conversion)
- Ch 2 counts as a stitch
- Cowl is worked in rows
- Trim is added to both long edges before sewing the cowl together
- For the puff stitch rows, you may end a row mid-repeat when you get to where there are 2 stitches left
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