- 1 Caron Cake for the cowl shown in the tutorial or 1 skein of I Love This Yarn.
- G Hook, 4.25mm (I used Boye)
- Yarn Needle
- Chain Stitch (CS)
- Half Double Crochet (HDC)
- Half Double Crochet working in the 3rd loop only (HDC, 3rd Loop Only)
- Slip Stitch (Slp St)
- Single Crochet (SC)
- Approximately 21″ W x 6″ H prior to sewing together.
- Approximately 10.5″ W x 7″ H after seeing together & adding two rounds of SC to the top & bottom of the cowl.
- 2.6 ounces, 73 grams
- Chain one to begin each row.
- This pattern uses HDC, working in the 3rd loop only.
- HDC, 3rd Loop Only directly into next stitch to begin new row after chaining one.
- Chain 1 at the beginning of each row counts as a stitch.
- Each row should have 30 stitches.
- Making it for a larger child? Add a few extra rows or use a larger hook size.
- Begin by chaining 31
- Row 1: HDC in each CS until you reach the end for a total of 30 HDC. Turn your work.
- Row 2: Chain 1, HDC in the 3rd Loop only for a total of 30 stitches.
- Row 3: Chain 1, HDC, 3rd Loop Only in each stitch, 30 stitchs.
- Rows 4-68: Continue working this pattern until you have a total of 68 rows, chaining 1 to begin each new row.
- Slip stitch to finish & SC or slip stitch up the back to connect the last row with the first row.
- Next, add a border by single crocheting around the top & bottom of the cowl, 2 rounds each.
- Use yarn needle to sew in ends.
Make a two-toned version! I used two colors of I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby to achieve this look. Change to your 2nd color at row 34.
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Happy Carolina Cowl Making.. & happy Fall, y’all!