Sunday, September 24, 2017

Homespun Christmas Tree Skirt Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

Homespun Christmas Tree Skirt Crochet Pattern
 I was going to release this design this last year, but time
 got away from me. So here it is a year later..and I love it!
It is a really easy pattern that stitches up fast.
It lays beautifully and sort of reminds me of one of
my old Christmas Sweaters!
I wanted a Rocky Mountain Colorado Rustic Feel.
It hasn't started snowing yet, so I put it around one
 of the trees in the side of yarn.
I chose this tree for the photo, for it's rustic pine tree look
 and imperfections. Those scars are from the Bucks 
rubbing their antlers on the it.

The yarn I used is Holiday Homespun, by Lionbrand Yarn.
 1 skein each of Red, Green and White.
 It is  lovely soft and bumpy yarn,with gold thread
 running through it.
It is a Bulky (5) yarn, so if you do not have this yarn, 
or want to use a different yarn, any Bulky (5) would
 probably work great.

For Tips on How To work With Homespun Style yarns
click this LINK
As you can see from this picture, it is basically stitched in a pentagon shape, and has a fun and easy chain loop trim.
You do not have to use the same striping effect I used.
Change it up and see what Happens!

Homespun Christmas Tree Skirt Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy
    
Materials:
Crochet Hook – N – 9.00MM
Yarn- Bulky (5) - Christmas Homespun Lion Brand Yarn (15 oz. /462 yds)
                              1 skein of each color – C1 White, C2 – Red, C3- Green
Yarn needle with a large eye
5 Stitch markers for marking the Corners

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Change to Chgto)


Size: 22 inches X 36 inches across
1 row = 1 inch

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as a double Crochet

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as a double Crochet
Market the corner with a St. Marker

I know this looks like a lot of Rows.... 
But once you learn the pattern, it is super easy,
 and repeats itself, just increasing every row.

R: 1 – With C3, ch 19, 1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 
1 dc in the next ch, In next ch “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 2 chs, In the next ch “dc, ch2 dc” 
 * Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 2 chs, Turn. (22 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 2 – Ch3, 1 dc in the next 2 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 4 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc”

 * Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 3 dcs, Turn. (32 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 3 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 3 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 6 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc”

 * Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 4 dcs, Turn. (42 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 4 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 4 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 8 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 4 more times,
1 dc in the last 5 dcs, Turn. (52 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 5 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 5 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 10 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 6 dcs, Turn. (62 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 6 – Chgto C1 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 6 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 12 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 7 dcs, Turn. (72 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 7 - Chgto C2 Ch3, 1 dc in the next 7 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 14 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 8 dcs, Turn. (82 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 8 – Ch3, 1 dc in the next 8 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 16 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 9 dcs, Turn. (92 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 9 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 9 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 18 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 10 dcs, Turn. (102 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 10 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 10 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 20 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 11 dcs, Turn. (112 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 11 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 11 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 22 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 12 dcs, Turn. (122 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

 R: 12 – Chg to C1 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 12 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 24 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 13 dcs, Turn. (132 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 13 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 13 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 26 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 14 dcs, Turn. (142 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 14 – Chgto C3 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 14 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 28 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 15 dcs, Turn. (152 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 15 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 15 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 30 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 16 dcs, Turn. (162 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 16 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 16 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 32 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 17 dcs, Turn. (172 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 17 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 17 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 34 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 18 dcs, Turn. (182 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

 R: 18 – Chgto C1 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 18 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 36 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 19 dcs, Turn. (192 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 19 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 19 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 38 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 20 dcs, Turn. (202 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 20 – Chgto C2 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 20 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 4 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 21 dcs, Turn. (212 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

R: 21 - Ch3, 1 dc in the next 21 dc, In next ch 2 sp “dc, ch2, dc”
Mark ch2 sp with St Marker,
*1 dc in the next 42 dcs, In the next ch2 sp “dc, ch2 dc” *
 Repeat From * to * 3 more times,
1 dc in the last 22 dcs, Turn. (222 dc, 5 ch2 sps)

Do not tie off, sc evenly up the side of the Tree Skirt,
around the “neck hole” then down the other side for neat edge.


R: 22 - Trim – Chgto C1 – Stitching around the Skirt edge,
*ch4, sk 2 sts, slst in the next st*
Repeat From * to* across the tree skirt edge, tie off. Weave in all your ends.
I can hardly wait to put up the tree and start decoration for Christmas!
I really, really Love This Christmas Tree Skirt!

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Turtleneck Bandanna for Pooches Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

New Free Crochet Pattern Release!
The Turtleneck Dog Bandanna
 Crochet Pattern
 For Any and All Dogs and Cats!
It will help keep their neck Warm, without having
 to wrestle them to the ground to put on a sweater.
 And if they don't mind wearing a sweater,
 you can slip the bandanna over the sweater
 for added warmth.
I guess you could call it a "dickie" For dogs!
Slips on and off easily, and if you make it with Worsted weight (4) it's totally washable, if it gets dirty.
And it will.

See The Video on my Youtube Channel at This LINK





Turtleneck Bandanna for Pooches  Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach
Please add this pattern to your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet I /5.50MM
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) amount will depend on the size you make.
Taper Measure
Yarn needle
1 Stitch marker

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc)
Foundation Double Crochet (FDC)

Notes:
Ch2 counts as Half Double Crochet
Ch3 Counts as a Double Crochet
Joins are made with a Slip Stitch

Size: Pattern is written for a dog with a 10 inch neck
To adjust pattern: 3 chs = 1 inch
(Neck measurement x 3) + 3 chs for comfort = 33 chains.
(10 X 3) + 3= 33 chs

Pattern:
R: 1- Stitch 22 FDC, join in a circle, ch 2
(22FDC)

R: 2 – *1 fpd in the next dc, 1 hdc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to around,sk the last dc, join, ch 2 (33sts)

R: 3 – R: 5 – Repeat R: 2
(ch3 at the end of R: 5)
If you want a thicker turtle neck, Repeat R: 2 as needed.

R: 6 – Ch3 counts as 1st dc,
1 dc in the 1st 7 sts, 1dc, ch2, 1dc in the next st,
Mark point with a st marker,
1 dc in the next 8 sts, ch3, TURN (18 dc, ch2)

Make sure this Row is centered.

If you added adjusted the beginning chs,
 you will need to adjust your sts here as well.

R: 7 – 1 dc in the next 8 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp, 
1 dc in the next 9 dc, Ch3, Turn (20 dc, ch2)

R: 8 - 1 dc in the next 9 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp, 
1 dc in the next 10 dc, Ch3, Turn (22 dc, ch2)

R: 9 - 1 dc in the next 10 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp, 
1 dc in the next 11 dc, Ch3, Turn (24 dc, ch2)

R: 10 - 1 dc in the next 11 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp, 
1 dc in the next 12 dc, Ch3, Turn (26 dc, ch2)

R: 11 - 1 dc in the next 12 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp,
 1 dc in the next 13 dc, Ch3, Turn (28 dc, ch2)

R: 12 - 1 dc in the next 13 dc, 1 dc, ch2, 1dc in the ch2 sp, 
1 dc in the next 14 dc, Ch3, tie off, Weave in your ends. (30 dc, ch2)

Continue to repeat R: 12, increasing by 2 dc each for as many rows as needed.

What color will you make-- 
I am thinking Camo would be great!


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Live With Sara "Have You Lost Your Crojo"? | Posh Pooch Designs

Live  With Sara of
"Have You Lost Your Crojo"?
Sometimes we get bored, frustrated, busy, 
a tragedy happens, or for whatever reason, 
we have lost our "Crojo".

 "We Lose Our Will or Desire To Crochet."
How can we get it back?

"Don't let People change the
loving and caring person you are.
Don't let others, their words or actions
 get you down.
You do You, the best you know how!"

See The Video on my Youtube Channel 
at This LINK



Here are a Few Tips To Help You Get It back:

1. YARN! - Got into your favorite place to purchase 
yarn, you don't have to buy any, just look, touch 
and squeeze, smell.  I Love just looking down the
 rows and seeing all the  beautiful colors. 
2. Your Crochet Spot - Go to Your happy place, 
 your comfort zone, take a favorite drink,
 like coffee, a few yarn magazines or look through
 Ravelry or Pinterst at all the projects, 
not the Patterns, the projects. 
Maybe something will inspire you to try 
something new.
3. Think of Others - Look Through your stash of 
yarn, and think of someone or a charity you would
 like to make something for donate. I think sometimes
 just getting our thoughts on others can really 
lift our spirits.
4. Donate - Also, While looking through your 
yarn stash, you can donate unused yarn to others. 
Donate to school programs teaching kids to
 crochet, or donate to nursing homes, and 
organizations, or to a friend who may not have the
 money for some new yarn.
We Go through " Lost My Crojo" moments, 
But let's not stay there!

**************************************************
What's New This Week at Posh Pooch Designs

Autumn leaf Brooch
 Free Crochet Pattern and Video - LINK

Eye Wash Dog Cleaning Cloth 
Free Crochet Pattern and Video - LINK

See You next week!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Autumn Chill Wrap Shawl Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs


The Autumn Chill Wrap Shawl Crochet Pattern is one of my favorite Patterns I have designed this Fall.

I Love the way it drapes and falls across my shoulders.

This is my First time stitching with the new Hobby Lobby yarn, Called Sugar Wheel by Yarn bee.
It is a Worsted Weight (4) yarn and has 7 oz on each "Wheel".
It is 100%Acrylic yarn. 
It is long Striping yarn with quick changes.
Any of the New Cake yarns would also be perfect for
 this project or any Worsted Weight (4 yarns).

Autumn Chill Wrap Shawl Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy

Materials:
 Crochet I / 5.50MM
Yarn- Worsted Weight (4) 14 oz. (2 Yarn Bee Sugar Wheel, Hobby Lobby )
Yarn needle

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (skip)
Space (sp)

Size: 90 X 25 inches
3 dc = 1 inch, 1 row = 1 inch

Notes:
 Ch3 counts as a dc,

R: 1 – We are starting at the curved edge,
Ch14, 1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 dc in each ch across, turn. (12dc)

R: 2 – Ch3, 1dc in next dc, ch3, sk 3 dc, 1dc in the next 2 dc,
Ch3, sk 3 dc, 1 dc in the last 2 dc, Ch7, turn. (6dc, 2 ch3 sps, ch7)

R: 3 – 1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 dc in each ch,
1 dc in each dc, and ch across, (17 dc)

R: 4 - Ch3, 1dc in next dc, ch3, sk 3 dc,
*1dc in the next 2 dc, Ch3, sk 3 dc, Repeat From * to * 2 times,
 1 dc in the last 2 dc, Ch7, turn. (8dc, 3 ch3 sps, ch7)

R: 5 -1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 dc in each ch,
1 dc in each dc, and ch across, (22 dc)

R: 6 - Ch3, 1dc in next dc, ch3, sk 3 dc,
*1dc in the next 2 dc, Ch3, sk 3 dc, Repeat From * to * 3 times,
 1 dc in the last 2 dc, Ch7, turn. (10dc, 4 ch3 sps, ch7)

R: 7 – R: 30 – Continue to Repeat R: 5 and R: 6 Alternating rows.
And Continuing to increase by 5 sts each row, (R: 21- 64 dc, R: 22 -32dc, 16 Ch3 sps)

After R : 30 There will be no more increases.

R: 31 – Ch3, 1 dc in the next st, ch 3, sk 3 dc,
*1dc in the next 2 dc, ch3, sk 3 dc* Repeat From * to * Across Row,
 1 dc in the last 2 dc, turn, (34dc, 16 Ch3 sps)

R: 32 – Ch3, 1 dc in each dc and in each ch across, Turn (82dc)

R: 33 – R: 90 – Repeat R: 31 and R: 32 Alternating Rows.
Tie off, weave in your ends after R: 90.

Continue to stitch as many rows as you need for the length you want.

 The Crochet Pattern and Video For the 
Autumn Leaf Brooch
 can be found at this Link

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Loveland Headband Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs


The Loveland Headband is designed to match the Loveland Triangle Cowl.

After I stitched up the cowl I had enough yarn left to make this matching headband, and you know I love to wear headbands!
The Free Crochet Pattern For the Loveland Triangle Cowl
 is at This LINK
It is a super easy pattern to crochet, and I love the way it fits!

See The Video On my Youtube Channel at This Link


Loveland Headband Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook – H/ 5.0MM
Yarn – Worsted weight (3) 2 oz.
              I used Cupcake yarn By Yarnspirations/ Caron
              I used Mandala yarn By Lionbrand For the Video Demo.
Yarn Needle

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Space (sp)
Skip (sk)
Foundation Double Crochet (fdc)
Back loop Only (blo)

Size: Fits a 19-20 inch head (Youth to Adult)
Easily adjustable - 4 ch = 1 inch, 1 row = 1 inch

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as a dc
ch1 does not count as a st.
Join with a slst 

R: 1 – Starting at  the Band Portion - Ch 6, 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, 
and in each ch across, turn, ch1 (5sc)

R: 2 - Blo, 1 sc in each sc, turn, ch 1( 5sc)

R: 3 - R: 66    - Repeat R: 2

To make headband small or bigger add or subtract rows in 2 row increments.

Put the ends of the band together and sc together the ends.

R: 67 – We will be stitching across the top of the band, ch3
Place 1 dc in the end of each row around, join, (66 dc)

R: 68 – Ch3, 1 dc in the next dc, *ch2, sk 2 dc, 1dc in the next 2 dc*
Repeat From * to * around, join, (66sts)

R: 69 – Slst to the 1st ch2 sp, ch3, 1 dc in that same sp, *ch2, 2 dc in the next ch2 sp*
Repeat From * to * around, join (66sts)

R: 70 – R: 71 – Repeat R: 69

If you want the headband wider, continue to Repeat R: 69.

R: 72 – Ch3, 1 dc in the next st, 1 dc in each ch2 sp and dc around, join. (66dc)

R: 73 – Ch3, *fpdc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to * around, join, tie off, weave in your ends.


And That is it!
Slip it on and let's go for a walk!

The Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern 
and Cupcake Yarn Review 
So as soon I saw that Yarnpirations/ Caron had made
 some new yarn cakes, I ran straight to Micheal's to get some.
The Caron Cupcake was the first one I found.
(I purchased several...😉)
I feel in Love with the new Cupcake Caron Cake Yarn.
It's a Caron Cake with a pom pom on top.
The yarn made of Acrylic yarn and is a worsted weight (3).
The Cake has 3 oz or 244 yards of yarn!
It is, of course, perfect to make a beanie hat, you know I 
never do the "expected thing" and decided to make 
The Loveland Triangle Cowl.
It stitched up perfectly and I Love the light weight
 yarn for this project. The yarn is soft, but not slick. 
It slides nicely across the crochet hook and 
the items also keeps their shape. 
Add the pom pom to the cowl, or save it for another project!

Another Good Choice for this project is the Mandala yarn,
 Made By Lion Brand. It is also a Worsted Weight (3) yarn. It is also 100% Acrylic. It is made in some wonderful long striping colors variations in 5.3 oz. cakes. 

Loveland Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please add this Crochet Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook – H/ 5.0MM
Yarn – Worsted weight (3) 3 Oz./ 244 yds.
              I used Cupcake yarn By Yarnspirations/ Caron
              Mandala yarn by Lionbrand is another great choice
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker - To mark the “point”

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Space (sp)
Skip (sk)
Foundation Double Crochet (fdc)

Size: 40 X 7 inches
4 ch = 1 inch, 1 row = 1 inch

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as a dc

R: 1 – Option1 - 126 fdc, turn (126 fdc)
           Option 2 - Ch 129, 1 dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 dc in each ch across, turn, (126 dc)

R: 2 – ch3, 1dc in the next 2dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, * 1 dc in the next 2 dc, ch2, sk next 2 dc*
Repeat From * to * across Row, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn (126 sts)

R: 3 – ch3, 1 dc in the next 4dc, 2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 14 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 14 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 5 dc, turn.
(5dc, 14 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 14 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 5dc)

R: 4 - ch3, 1 dc in the next 2dc, 2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn.
(3dc, 15 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 15 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 3dc)

R: 5 - ch3, 1 dc in the next 4dc, 2 dc in the ch2 sp, ch2,
*2 dc in the next ch2 sp, ch2 *Repeat From * to * in the next 16 ch2 sps, ch2,
2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, (mark point with a st marker)
 *Repeat From * to * in the next 15 ch2 sps, ch2, 1 dc in the last 3 dc, turn.
(3dc, 16 sets of 2dc, ch1, (point 2dc, ch2, 2dc) 3dc, 16 sets of 2dc, ch1, then 5dc)

R: 6 – R: 11 – Repeat R: 4 and R: 5 alternating Rows.
 Each row will have an additional set of 2dc, ch2 on each side of the point.

R: 12 – Trim – 1 sc in the 1st 3 dc, *2dc, ch2, 2dc in the next ch2 sp, 2sc in the next ch 2 sp*
Repeat From * to * across, till you reach the “point”, 2dc, ch2, 2dc in the ch2 sp of the point.
Repeat From * to * across, 3 sc in the last 3 dc, tie off, do not cut your yarn.

Place the ends of the Cowl together wrong side slst together, ti off and weave in your ends.

Pom Pom Tie: This is optional - save the pompom for another project if you like.
Ch 50 chs, tie off and knot the ends.  Attach the pompom to the center of the tie.
Wrap around side of the cowl and tie a bow.
 I had enough left to make a matching Headband.... 
and I Love it too!
Loveland Headband Crochet Pattern is at this LINK
What a great set to give as a gift, 
but I am keeping this one!