Monday, December 1, 2014

Holly Jolly Hooded Cowl Crochet Pattern

I have had this Crochet pattern
 ready for a while.
 I was waiting a few things, 
before I released it.

 #1. I did not want to release it till
 after Thanksgiving.
#2. I was waiting my sweet friend,
  to model it  for me.
 #3. The Weather to cool off.
It warmed up, and the weather wasn't right.
It is 18 degrees, it is super cold and 
the weather is perfect now.

The Holly Jolly Hooded Cowl 
 is Now Available in a PDF file
 for $1.50 in my Craftsy Shop

Please add this Crochet pattern to your 
Ravelry Favorites!


Holly Jolly Hooded Cowl Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach

This Chunky fun Hooded Cowl is fun to make 
and  Fun to wear.
It has  pom pom ties and a pompom on the top. 
I think it has a classy look to it ,as well as, a fun look.
 It is great to wear to keep warm and look good too.

Skill: Easy

Materials -
Hook - K
Yarn - 3 skeins of "I Love This Chunky" (5)  Hobby Lobby - Holly Jolly
         (10.5 oz, 336yards)
front and back of the label.
Some variegated yarns are pretty, 
until you start working with them.
This yarn is pretty in the skein and pretty to stitch up.
Stitches-
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet ( sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Front post Double Crochet ( fpdc)
Back Post Double Crochet ( bpdc)

Notes: Ch 1 at ends of rows is a turning ch, and does not count as a st.

Size - On size fits most. Youth to Adult
Gauge - 4 X4, 9 sts, 6 rows

R : 1 - We will be starting with the hood.

Ch 26, 1 dc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in the next 23 chs,
3 dc in the last ch,
Turn, working down the opposite side of the ch,
3 dc in the 1st ch, 1 dc in the next 24 ch, ch 1 turn
( 54 dc)

R : 2 - 1 dc in each dc, ch 1 turn ( 54 dc)


R : 3 -12  - Repeat R : 2

R : 13  - *1 dc in the 1st dc,1 fpdc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to *, ch 1 turn

R : 14 -  *1 dc in the 1st dc,1 bpdc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to *



R : 15 - Ch 16, turn, 1 dc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
 1 dc in the next 14 chs,
Then working across the bottom of the Hood, evenly dc 54dcs,
across the bottom of the hood, ch 1 turn ( 15 dc + 54 dc =69dcs)



R : 16 - 19 - 1 dc in each dc, ch 1 turn ( 69dc)

R : 20 -*1 dc in the 1st dc,1 fpdc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to *, ch 1 turn
R : 21 - *1 dc in the 1st dc,1 bpdc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to *, ch 1,  turn.




R : 22- Trim  - Even sc up the side of the rows,
 then 1 sc in each st on the trim of the hood, then across the flap, 
and  down the side of the flap, tie off, weave in ends.

Tie - With 2 strands of the yarn,  ch 60, 
leaving a 6 inch tail on each end to tie the pompoms to.


Weave the Chain through  R : 15, gathering slightly.

Pom poms - make 3 pompoms

Wrap yarn around your 4 fingers 30 times. 
With a 10 inch matching piece of yarn, slip the yarn through the loops 
and tight securely. Trim pom poms evenly.

 You can wrap more loops yarn around your fingers if you want a fuller pompom.



  Then attach one to each tie end, and one on the point of the hood.
I really love how the Hooded Cowl Worked up, 
and I really love the colors in this yarn.
It is pretty, But also chunky and soft.


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