The Night Sky Crochet Cowl is chunky, cozy, and super fast to stitch up! Worked in alternating treble crochet and half double crochet stitches, it makes a great quickie gift and is perfect to show off some beautiful yarn too. You can easily whip up a bunch of these, one for yourself and some for friends and family too!
Watch a full video tutorial on how to make the Night Sky Crochet Cowl stitch by stitch:
- 3 balls of Alchimia by Adriafil (Note: I used approximately 180 yards total. If you need to substitute yarn, look for a super bulky (#6) weight yarn that recommends a 9.0 mm crochet hook on the yarn label and uses the same yardage)
- 9.0 mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Cowl has a 40 inch circumference
- Cowl is 9 inches tall
Note: Cowl can be made bigger or smaller around just by adjusting the starting chains. There is no special multiple for this cowl, so you can use any chain number you like! To make your cowl taller or shorter, simply work more or less rows of the pattern.
*Need help with any of the stitches from this pattern? See below for a full tutorial of each one.
Instructions for the Night Sky Crochet Cowl:
- Ch 70, join with a slip stitch in the furthest chain from the hook.
- Then begin with Row 1: Chain 2, then work a half double crochet into each chain.
- Row 2: Chain 4, the work a treble crochet into each stitch.
- Row 3: Chain 2, then work a half double crochet into each stitch.
Happy crocheting lovelies!