Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl, Free Pattern + Video

Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl

The Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl is a crochet cozy cowl full of great texture. It can be worn in many different ways, thanks to the easily adjustable buttons. Worked flat with a woven-look stitch, this project is great for beginners too!

Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl

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  • J (6.0 mm) crochet hook 
  • 550 yards of #4/medium worsted weight yarn (I used Wool of the Andes Tweed by Knit Picks in the “Dill Heather” “Rabbit Heather” and “Mineral Heather”  I used 2 balls of the Rabbit, 2 balls of the Mineral, and 1 ball of the Dill)
  • 3 Buttons (1 inch size shown)
  • Tapestry Needle 
  • Scissors

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  • 10.5 inches wide
  • 30 inches long 
Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl

Abbreviation & Tutorial Links:


This cowl is worked flat. The stitch pattern multiple can be worked over any even number.

Ch 40 (any even number is fine)

Row 1: In the 4th ch from the hook, work a dc. Work a dc in each ch across.

Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work a *fpdc, in the first st, and a bpdc in the next st. Repeat from * across. Work a dc in the top ch of the t-ch.

Repeat row 2 until the cowl is approximately 30 inches long.


Sew three buttons evenly spaced apart along edge where last row was worked with a matching piece of yarn. No button holes needed! Just use the spaces between the posts. Weave in any ends and block if desired.

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3 thoughts on “Rustic Tweed Crochet Button Cowl, Free Pattern + Video

  1. Love your tutorial! Very easy to follow. Although I am left handed I'm sure I will be able to create this stitch Thanks 🙂

  2. I hear the rabbit and dill heathers on the video, but I could not hear the third color. Could somebody tell me. It isn’t mineral because that had purple tones. It is the bluish tweed. Thanks.

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