To all cowl lovers out there, if this is not hanging in your closet, you're missing out! It's the perfect accessory all-year-round! Plus, you can make it with any color you like, and it will bring the same gorgeous results. If you're not convinced, give it a whirl! The pattern is right below, or you can get the ad-free printable PDF pattern here.
Sweetheart Cowl Crochet Pattern
The most important accessory is a smile, but after that, it’s all up to you. This sweetheart cowl is bound to become one of your go-to accessories on colder days.
You’ll love the whimsical pattern almost as much as how easy it is to follow. This crochet pattern is worked in the round, so brush up on those crochet skills before you begin. Speaking of brushing up on your crochet skills, I highly recommend checking out the Crochet Fundamentals class that will help you to polish and perfect your skills and techniques.
With a pattern this cute and unique, you’ll want to ditch your plain old scarves every time you see them hanging in your closet. You can choose to crochet with whatever color fits the outfit you have in mind. We’re envisioning how great it would look paired with some knee-high boots and layered under a winter coat.
While this design will have you wishing for chilly days, this cowl is also light enough to wear in warmer weather. Using bright colors can add a touch of spring to your everyday outfits. You might even want to make two, so you can rotate your wardrobe accordingly.
Grab your crochet hook and get ready to dress to impress.
Skill Level: Easy
- Yarn: 275 yds worsted weight yarn or size needed to obtain gauge
- Hook: Size J/10/6 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
Size: Approximately 34” circumference x 6.25” height.
Gauge: 13 dc x 16 rounds = 4 inches
The pattern uses US crochet terms.
|sl st||slip stitch|
- Picot: Ch 5, sl st into 5th ch from hook
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- This pattern is worked in the round from the bottom up. Do not turn your work.
- Rnd 1 is both the foundation ch and edging.
Rnd 1: [Picot, ch 5] 22 times, sl st to center of 1st picot to form a loop. (22 picots, 22 ch-5 sps)
Rnd 2: Ch 10 (counts as dc, ch 8), [sk next ch-5 sp, dc in next Picot, ch 8] around, join with sl st to
first dc (2nd ch of beginning ch-10). (22 dc, 22 ch-8 sps)
Rnd 3: Sl st in first ch-8 sp, (ch 1, sl st) twice in same sp, ch 2 (counts as dc), 2 dc in same sp, ch 2, [sk
next dc, 3 dc in next ch-8 sp, ch 2] around, sl st in top of first dc. (66 dc, 22 ch-2 sps)
Rnds 4-25: Sl st in each of next 2 dc, sl st in next ch-2 space, ch 2 (counts as dc), 2 dc in same sp, ch
2, [sk next dc, 3 dc in next ch-8 sp, ch 2] around, sl st in top of first dc. (66 dc, 22 ch-2 sps)
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Now that you’ve made your sweetheart cowl, we want to see what you’ve got. Send us a picture before you flaunt your work, out in public. Once you’ve done that, browse for your next project. Since we know you’ve got a little taste for whimsy, might we suggest one of these circle vests?