Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern - The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!
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Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern

December 12, 2018

The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!

Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern - The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!

Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern - The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!

More Homemade Happiness:

Bobbles of Fun Cowl // Tea Cake Cowl // Buffalo Plaid Cowl

I have a matching beanie pattern, the Gilded Beanie and you can make both with just 200g of worsted weight yarn! 

Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern - The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!

Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern

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Materials
100 g Uru Yarn by Knitcrate Gilded – any worsted weight yarn will work
H/5.0 mm hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

Level
Intermediate

Pattern notes & stitches to know
Ch – chain
Hdc – half double crochet
Sc – single
Puff stitch – *yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop the height of a dc* repeat 2 more times, yarn over and pull through all 7 loops on hook 
Hdc 3rd loop – insert hook in the bar in front of the top loops and work your stitch (photo tutorial HERE)

Approximate Finished Size:
Circumference: 24”
Length: 7”

– Written in US terms

– Ch 1 does not count as stitch

– Some of the rounds are worked as turned rounds. It’s noted in the pattern when you turn. If it’s not noted to turn, continue working in the round.

GILDED COWL PATTERN

Ch 86

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from the hook and across, join to first hdc to make a loop (85)

The third loop will be in behind the top loops because you are working in the round

Round 2 – 5: ch 1, hdc in first stitch, hdc 3rd loop in each stitch around, join to first hdc with sl st (85)

In the next round you will turn your work, making the 3rd loop in the front of the hdc. Remember not to work into your joining sl st which will be at the beginning of the round because of the turn.

Round 6: ch 1, turn, sc in first stitch, *sc in 3rd loop, puff stitch in 3rd loop*, repeat from * to * around to last stitch, sc in last, join to first sc with sl st (85)

Turn your work for the next round

Round 7: ch 1, turn, hdc in each stitch around, join to first hdc with sl st (85)

The third loop will be in behind the top loops because you are working in the round

Round 8 – 11: ch 1, hdc in first stitch, hdc in 3rd loop in each stitch around

Repeat round 6 – 11 to Round 23

Round 24: sl st in 3rd loop in each stitch around, join to first sl st with sl st

Fasten off, weave in the ends.

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Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern - The Gilded Cowl Crochet Pattern uses two of my favorite crochet stitches to create this pretty texture; hdc in the 3rd loop and the pebble stitch. This cowl fits close to the neck and is tall enough to cover your chilly nose. It’s a nice and toasty cowl!

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  1. I just started this pattern with yarn I purchased from you! I’m just a little confused about when you turn. Rows 2-5 days to chain 1 and turn. Then you wrote a paragraph explaining that you will be turning the next round and you explained where to find the 3rd loop.
    To me it looks like you turn every row but I don’t think I’m suppose to. I hope you can understand what I’m trying to say. Thanks for your help.

      1. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I’m using yarn I purchased from you a few weeks ago. Can’t find the wrapper right now. I love your patterns too much. And I’ve decided to just follow you. Right now I’m working on the v stitch shawl, the half double crochet shawl (6 more rows to go) and now this cowl. And the hats!!!
        Thanks again!

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