Everyone needs that extra cozy, g0-to scarf this winter. Since crocheting this cozy cowl in Lion Brand Homespun yarn, I have worn it everyday! Homespun yarn is extra soft on the skin and very warm against that winter chill.
If you’re looking for an easy project, well you’re going to want to get started right away on the Cozy Cowl!
Please do not copy, sell or redistribute this pattern without first obtaining my permission. Items produced using this pattern may be sold, however please do not use the photo above.
Pattern is written in US terms.
A big thanks to all my pattern testers for their work!
- Lucinda Benoit
- Carolyn Calderon
- Danielle Hisey
- Nancy Ipock
- Samantha Kelley
- Amanda Melcher
- Maria Novota
- Jackie Pudsey
Gather your Supplies…
- 6.5 mm hook
- One skein Lionbrand Homespun (colorway pictured: waterfall)
- Darning needle
- Slst – Slip Stitch
- Sc – Single Crochet
- Dc – Double Crochet
- Ch – Chain
The cozy cowl is worked in the round using a two-row repeat. The completed cowl should measure approximately 15″ from top to bottom and approximately 13″ wide. The finished cowl has a snug fit, perfect for extra warmth on cold days. It fits nicely under a jacket and layers stylishly over any shirt or sweater.
Set up Round:
Ch 60. Join with a slst to the first chain to form a ring.
Ch. 3. Dc into each stitch all the way around. Join with a slst to the third chain of your original ch 3.
Ch. 4. Sc in between the 3rd and 4th dc stitches.
*Ch. 3, skip 3 stitches and sc into the space between the 3rd and 4th dc.*
Repeat from * all the way around.
Join with a slst to the first chain from your original chain 4. (20 chain gap spaces)
Dc 3 times into the first chain 3 gap space.
*Dc 3 times into the next chain 3 gap space.*
Repeat from * all the way around until you have reached the last chain 3 gap space where you should only Dc two times (these two dc pair with the chain 3 from the beginning of the round to make a total of 3 dc). (60 dc total)
Repeat rounds 1 and 2 sequentially until you reach 31 rounds. At this point, your skein should be nearly used up and your cowl should measure approximately 15” in length.
Your cowl should take on a “brick-like” pattern as shown in this photo: