Juliet Cowl Pattern (2-5 year old)

The Juliet Cowl is great for cool Fall days & nights! It’s super quick to make & works up without using a large amount of yarn. Hope y’all enjoy, & happy Fall, y’all! 🍁

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Materials:

  • One Skein of Worsted Weight Yarn (I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby. This pattern took a little less than half of the skein.)
  • G Hook, 4.25mm (I used Boye)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

Stitches:

  • Chain Stitch (CS)
  • Double Crochet (DC)
  • Slip Stitch
  • Single Crochet (SC)
  • Chain 1, Skip 1, Double Crochet (Ch 1, Skip 1, DC)

Measurements:

  • 11″ W x 9.5″ H

Weight:89 grams, 3.1 ounces

Notes:

  • Chain 1 before beginning rows of SC.
  • Chain 4 before beginning rows of DC, Ch 1, Skip 1.
  • Chain 1 & 4 at the beginning of the rows count as a stitch.
  • If you wish for the cowl to be a bit fuller, continue adding rows until it fits as desired. In my experience, this works best if you use cotton yarn to achieve the fuller look.
  • This pattern works back & forth to create a long, rectangular piece. We will sew it together to create the cowl. I chose this method as I often “lost stitches” when working around the cowl.

2-5 year old pattern:Begin by chaining 82.

  • Rows 1 & 2: 81 SC, turn work, chain 1 & complete a 2nd row of SC, 81 stitches (chain 1 counting as a stitch).
  • Rows 3 & 4: Chain 4, Skip 1st stitch and DC into 2nd SC from the chain, *Ch 1, Skip 1, DC* for 40 stitches of Ch 1, Skip 1, DC. You will end with DC for a total of 41 DC, 40 CS.
  • Rows 5 & 6: Chain 1, SC into the chain space & continue SC across for 82 stitches. Chain 1, turn work SC into chain space & continue working for a total of 82 stitches. (Chain 1 counts as a stitch.)
  • Rows 7 & 8: Chain 4, Skip 1st stitch and DC into 2nd SC from the chain, *Ch 1, Skip 1, DC* for 40 stitches of Ch 1, Skip 1, DC. You will end with DC for a total of 41 DC, 40 CS.
  • Rows 9-26: You will continue this pattern for a total of 26 rows (14 rows of SC & 12 rows of Ch 1, Skip 1, DC).
  • Fold over & sew, SC or slip stitch up the back of the cowl to close.
  • I added one round of SC to the top & bottom as a finishing touch.
  • That’s it! 

Make a two-toned version by alternating yarn colors as shown below! 🙂 Use red & greed yarn for a fun Christmas version  or black & orange for a Halloween cowl! 🎄🎃

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& now for the legal stuff..

  • Do not alter this pattern & claim it as your own.
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  • Any neck accessory should be used only under adult supervision as it can be a choking hazard.
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Thank you for taking the time to check out this tutorial! Please send questions or comments to southerndaycrochet@hotmail.com or leave them below.

erly

“She seeks wool & flax & works with willing hands.” -Proverbs 31:13 🌾🐑🌻

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