Is it starting to get chilly in the evenings and mornings where you are? Well, in AZ we aren’t having that problem yet, but the winter patterns are in full swing over here! This pattern is perfect for beginners, send the link to anyone you know who is just learning. Need a good resource for learning to crochet? See my free video series here! Here’s a Free Easy Double Crochet Cowl Pattern, hope you enjoy making some for family and friends this holiday season. If you make one, post a picture to my Facebook Page!
Size: One size – Teen/Adult
K Crochet Hook
2 skeins Worsted Weight (4) Yarn
St = Stitch
Sl st = Slip Stitch
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
Ch = Chain
How to read this pattern:
-This pattern is worked in rounds, each round is joined with a slip stitch.
Note: -This pattern is worked with 2 strands worsted weight yarn held together and worked as if it was one strand.
RD 1: Ch 64, sl st to 1st ch to create ring, ch 2, dc in same st & each st around (careful not to twist the chain as you are working your way around)
RD 2-20: Ch 2, dc in the same st & each st around – each row is ended with a sl st into the first dc from that round.
Tie off & weave in ends.
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