Primrose Stitch Cowl Crochet Pattern
A crochet scarf is a classic gift. People are always in need of cowls and something cozy to wrap up in. This is one of the many reasons people choose these simple patterns as their first crochet project.
When crocheting, knowing the basic crochet stitches really helps you understand a crochet cowl pattern.
While the crochet pattern for a cowl doesn’t change much, crochet stitches are used to make each crochet cowl really unique. For instance, this crochet scarf pattern uses the primrose stitch. It’s a really cute pattern that would make a great gift for a friend.
If you didn’t like the primrose stitch for this free crochet scarf pattern, you can choose from a variety of different crochet stitches. Your options are endless, which is why this pattern is so appealing.
This infinity scarf crochet pattern is made out of cascade 220 superwash merino yarn. The yarn is 100% merino wool and 100% machine washable. It’s easy to care for and a durable option for outdoor crochets. You can get the supplies to make this cowl scarf from makerdrop. I’ve put together a crochet kit with this yarn in a beautiful lilac color and a digital pdf pattern. It’s easy to make and you’re friends will love it. See for yourself.
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner
Hook: J/10/6 mm
Yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash Merino worsted weight yarn – 2 skeins Violet Tulip
Yardage: 390 yds
Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle
st = stitch
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
SPECIAL INFORMATION: Primrose stitch is used in this pattern.
FINISHED SIZE: 16” tall, 28” around
Gauge: 5 primrose st x 4 rows = 4”
Row 1: (Sc, ch 2, sc) in the 2nd ch from the hook, *sk 2 chs, (sc, ch 2, sc) in the next ch, repeat from * across, turn. (20 ch-2 sps)
Row 2: Sl st into the first ch-2 sp. Ch 3 (counts as first dc), 2 dc in the same sp, 3 dc in each ch-2 sp across, turn. (20 clusters of 3 dc)
Row 3: Ch 1, (sc, ch 2, sc) into the center dc of the first cluster. (Sc, ch 2, sc) in the center st of the each cluster across, turn. (20 ch-2 sps)
Rows 4-56: Repeat rows 2 & 3, ending on a repeat of row 2. Break yarn, leaving a 24” tail. Fold cowl in half with right sides facing, and use tail to whip st closed. Weave in all ends.
If you’re learning how to crochet and want to know what a cowl is, this crochet infinity scarf pattern will teach you everything you need to know. It’s so easy to make and the primrose stitch really makes for a beautiful project. With all the easy crochet stitches out there, you have the option to make this cowl anything you desire. Grab a kit and your crochet hook, and try it out for yourself.