I had a root canal today (it was awful!) so I’m sharing something that I made a while back (note the bangs). Prepare yourselves for more crochet patterns as cooler weather approaches (hopefully!) and I get into what my husband (affectionately?) calls my “granny mode” where I sit by the fireplace crocheting and drinking hot chocolate. Hey, I never said my life was exciting.
This is a small cowl that can be finished very quickly. I love it’s simplicity.
Materials: worsted weight yarn (about 3.5 oz or 155 yds)
Hook: US J10
Join last ch with first ch using a slip st.
Ch 3 and turn.
Row 1: Dc in each ch. Join last dc with the first (the turning ch) using a slip st. Ch 3 and turn.
Rows 2-4: Dc in each dc. Join last dc with first dc using slip st. ch 3 and turn.
Row 5: Ch 1. skip first dc then dc into next. Ch 1 and repeat until the last then slip st into top of turning ch.
Rows 6-9: same as rows 2-4
Row 10: Same as row 5
Rows 11-14: Same as rows2-4.
Tie off. Weave in ends.
The next pattern I share will be this multi-way scarf so keep your eyes peeled.