Tunisian Crochet Super Cowl
Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2016.
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This pattern is written in US crochet terms
Gather Your Supplies
- 1 Skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick, Butterscotch
- 1 Skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick, Oatmeal
- 8 mm Tunisian Crochet Hook
- Large Darning Needle
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Gauge and Sizing
6 sts x 4 rows = 2″ worked in Tunisian simple stitch.
Your finished cowl will measure approximately 32″ in circumference, 16″ across when laying flat and 12″ from top to bottom.
- Ch – Chain
- Tss – Tunisian Simple Stitch
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The Tunisian Super Cowl is perfect for fall fashion! Paired with a cozy sweater, a pair of leggings and some tall boots, yes!
This pattern is worked entirely with the Tunisian Simple Stitch. If you are brand new to Tunisian crochet or the stitch, I recommend you check out my tutorial here:
Once you finished crocheting your super cowl, you will sew the two ends together to shape your cowl.
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With color A, Butterscotch
Row 1 Forward Pass: Insert hook into the second chain from hook. YO and pull up a loop (leave loop on hook). Insert hook into the next chain, YO and pull up a loop. Repeat until you have collected loops from each chain.
Row 1 Backward Pass: YO and pull through the first loop (I recommend placing a stitch marker in this chain to help you know where to work your last stitch later on). YO and pull through two loops. Repeat until you only have one loop remaining on your hook.
Row 2 Forward Pass: Insert hook into the second bar from hook. YO and pull up a loop (leave loop on hook). Insert hook into the next chain, YO and pull up a loop. Repeat until you have collected loops from each stitch.
Row 2 Backward Pass: YO and pull through the first loop (I recommend placing a stitch marker in this chain to help you know where to work your last stitch later on). YO and pull through two loops. Repeat until you only have one loop remaining on your hook.
Repeat the forward and backward pass of row two 28 more times. You will have a total of 30 rows in the butterscotch colorway. Make sure you end with a forward pass on your 30th row. Trim the butterscotch yarn leaving yourself a tail that is approximately 6″ long.
Yarn over with the oatmeal colorway. Be sure to leave yourself a 6″ tail. Pull through the first loop on your hook. Proceed with the backward pass as normal. Once you have worked the new color through a few stitches, tie the two tails together to secure them. You’ll weave them in later.
Continue the stitch repeat of row two, forward pass and backward pass until you have 30 rows of stitches in the oatmeal colorway. Use the slip stitch bind off technique on the last forward pass.
Leave yourself a tail that is approximately 16″ long. Use that to sew the two ends together.
Weave in all your ends and enjoy your cowl!