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It’s been a terrible weather lately, first we had a storm that turned into a hurricane, and then it startet to snow – a lot. Cold winter weather is beautiful, but quite chilling. In times like these it feels wonderful to wear a soft cowl that keeps you warm. This one is very easy to make, and I think that even new crocheters will find it easy to make.
In Norway Valentinesday and Mothersday is on the same day this year. Maybe this cowl will be a nice gift for your mother?
I thought it was quick to make, and I enjoyed crocheting it. When it’s cold, I light the fireplace and make myself a hot drink while I’m crocheting.
I love cowls, shawls and scarfs, I really can’t get enough of them. Soon my hat rack is collapsing because of all the cowls I have put on it 🙂
Molly from Järbo garn. 100 percent acrylic.
You can also use a yarn where 10 stitches = 10 centimeter.
- 5 skeins of Molly, Järbo garn, grey, 35022.
- Hook 6 mm.
- st: stitch
- treble crochet: tr
- ch st: chain stitch
- sl st: slip stitch
Ch 120. Fasten in first ch st with sl st. Make sure that your chain dosen’t twist.
This cowl is made of groups from treble crochet. Leave the last loop of each tr on your hook. Explanation under the pictures.
You can click on the picture to enlarge it.
- Make the first group in the same st as your sl st. Start with 4 ch st = 1 tr.
- Then make a tr, but leave the last loop on your hook.
- Make tr number 3 in same st and leave the last loop on your hook. Now you have 3 loops on your hook.
- Make a new loop on your hook and pull it trough all 3 loops.
- Ch 2.
- *Skip 2 ch st, 3 tr in nexst st, remember to leave the last loop from each tr on your hook. Now you have 4 loops. Make a new loop on your hook, and pull it trough all the 4 loops. Ch 2.* Repeat from * to* all the way around your cowl.
Fasten round with sl st in the 4th ch( in 4 ch st=1 tr).
- Start all your rounds in this way: Make sl st in each st until you reach the first ch-2 space. 1 sl st in 2-ch space, ch 4=1 tr.
- Make 2 tr in ch-2 space. Remember to leave the last loop of each tr on your hook. Make a new loop on your hook and pull it through the 3 loops.
- Ch 2.
- Make 3 tr in next ch-2 space, leave the last loop of each tr on your hook. Now you have 4 loops.
- Make a new loop on your hook and pull it through all 4 loops.
- Ch 2.
Repeat from 4. to 6. until end of round. Fasten with sl st. Each round starts with 1. to 3, then repeat from 4. to 6. until end of round.
Make 8 rounds, 9 rounds are too many – I tried and it became too thick around my neck.
Good luck with your crocheting. It would make me very happy if you leave a comment 🙂 Please share pictures of your work made from my patterns on my Facebook-page: http://www.facebook.com/heklepiken/
PS: I wish to thank my boyfriend, Arne Otto Myklebust, he has taken all the photos of me. Sometimes I get a bit impatient and steels his glasses. 😀
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