I recently had a request for a child’s sized Coz-E Luxe Cowl so I made one and then thought to myself that I should add the children’s size pattern to my blog as well. So here it is!
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Before You Start
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About the Pattern
This is the pattern for the children’s size Coz-e Luxe Cowl. You can find the pattern for the adult size here.
This pattern is fairly simple as it does not have any increases or decreases and has a 5 row decrease, however when working with go for faux yarn it can sometimes be hard to see your stitches. One way to get through this is to make sure you are counting as you go and feeling the stitches instead of looking for the stitches. I include the total number of stitches at the end of each row in parenthesis. The beginning chain of each row does NOT count as a stitch.
At the beginning of each row I will indicate whether you should be using the Hygge (weight 5) of the Faux Fur Yarn.
This pattern will use hdc in the back loop. This means that instead of inserting your hook through both top loops, you insert it in the loop furthest away from you, which is the back loop.
This patterns also uses hdc in the third loop. The third loop is the loop below the front and back loops of the hdc. (see pic) And if you still need help with this here is a an instructional video on Youtube by Heart Hook Home. If it does not say in the third loop, in that row you just do regular half double crochets.
Every time I switch yarns, I cut my yarn and at the end I weave all the ends in. This can be more tedious, but I feel it gives it a more finished look because if it fold down on itself you won’t be able to see all the places where you carried your yarn on the inside.
Ch = Chain
Sc = single crochet
Hdc = half double crochet
Sl st = slip stitch
Gauge is not sure important as different weight 5 yarns will give you differet gauges but as long as you are close it will work.
With the hygge yarn in a 4 in by 4 in square there will be 8 rows of 12 hdc across.
With the go for Faux Yarn Ch 50. Sl st to the first chain to join.
Row 1: Switch to the Hygge (or your other weight 5) yarn. Ch 2. Hdc in each ch. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 2: Continuing with the Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in the third loop in each stitch around. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 3: Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in each stitch. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 4: Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in each stitch in the third loop. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 5: Switch to Faux Fur. Ch 2. Sc in each stitch around. Sl st to first sc to join. ( 50 sc)
Row 6: Switch back to the Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in each stitch in the back loop only. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 7: Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in the third loop in each stitch around. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 8: Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in each stitch. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 9: Hygge. Ch 2. Hdc in each stitch in the third loop. Sl st to first hdc to join. (50 hdc)
Row 10: Switch to Faux Fur. Ch 2. Sc in each stitch around. Sl st to first sc to join. (50 sc)
Row 11-15 Repeat rows 6-10 one more time. (15 total rows)
Fasten off and weave in ends. This will give you a finished cowl of about 10 inches in height. If you would like it longer you can continue repeating rows 6-10.
As always if you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I answer the quickest on social media. (IG: @coz.e_creations & FB: Coz-E Creations Crochet By Elyssa) But you can always contact me through email as well at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you loved the pattern. I cannot wait to see your finished products!