COW­BOY COWL

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GAUGE

In pat­tern: [ Tr, ch 1] 9 times = 4 inches; 6 pat­tern rows = 4 inches Take time to check gauge.

PAT­TERN NOTES

Weave in loose ends as work pro­gresses. Chain- 5 at be­gin­ning of row counts as first tre­ble cro­chet and chain 1 un­less oth­er­wise stated. Chain- 4 at be­gin­ning of row counts as first tre­ble cro­chet un­less oth­er­wise stated. Join with slip stitch as in­di­cated un­less oth­er­wise stated.

SPE­CIAL STITCHES

Shell: ( Tr, ch 1, tr) in in­di­cated st. Be­gin­ning shell ( beg shell): Ch 5 ( see Pat­tern Notes), tr in in­di­cated st. Cen­ter shell: ( 2 tr, ch 2, 2 tr) in in­di­cated st or sp. Pi­cot: Ch 3, sl st in top of last tr made.

COWL

Row 1: Beg at point, ch 5 ( does not count as tr and ch 1), shell ( see Spe­cial Stitches) in 5th ch from hook ( 4 sk chs count as first tr), turn. (1 shell, 1 tr) Row 2: Beg shell ( see Spe­cial Stitches) in first tr, cen­ter shell ( see Spe­cial Stitches) in next tr, shell in top of beg ch- 4, turn. ( 2 shells, 1 cen­ter shell) Row 3: Beg shell in first tr, ch 1, tr in next tr, ch 1, cen­ter shell in next ch- 2 sp, sk last 2 tr of cen­ter shell, ch 1, tr in next tr, ch 1, shell in last tr, turn. ( 2 shells, 1 cen­ter shell, 2 tr) Row 4: Beg shell in first tr, (ch 1, tr) in each tr across to next cen­ter shell, ch 1, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of next cen­ter shell, sk last 2 tr of cen­ter shell, (ch 1, tr) in each tr across to last tr, ch 1, shell in last tr, turn. ( 2 shells, 1 cen­ter shell, 4 tr) Rows 5–27: Rep row 4. ( 27 ch- 1 sps on each side of cen­ter shell, 1 shell at each end) Row 28: Ch 4 ( see Pat­tern Notes), sk first shell, [cen­ter shell in next ch- 1 sp, sk next ch- 1 sp] across to cen­ter shell, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of cen­ter shell, [ sk next ch- 1 sp, cen­ter shell in next ch- 1 sp] across to last tr, tr in last tr, turn. ( 27 cen­ter shells, 2 tr) Row 29: Ch 4, tr in ch- 2 sp of first cen­ter shell, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of each cen­ter shell across to last cen­ter shell, tr in ch- 2 sp of last cen­ter shell, tr in last tr, turn. ( 25 cen­ter shells, 4 tr) Row 30: Ch 4, tr in next tr, tr in ch- 2 sp of next cen­ter shell, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of each cen­ter shell across to last cen­ter shell, tr in ch- 2 sp of last cen­ter shell, tr in each of last 2 tr, turn. ( 23 cen­ter shells, 6 tr) Row 31: Ch 4, tr in each of next 2 tr, tr in ch- 2 sp of next cen­ter shell, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of each cen­ter shell across to last cen­ter shell, tr in ch- 2 sp of last cen­ter shell, tr in each of last 3 tr, turn. ( 21 cen­ter shells, 8 tr) Row 32: Ch 4, tr in each of next 3 tr, tr in ch- 2 sp of next cen­ter shell, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of each cen­ter shell across to last cen­ter shell, tr in ch- 2 sp of last cen­ter shell, tr in each of last 4 tr, turn. ( 19 cen­ter shells, 10 tr) Row 33: Ch 4, tr in each of next 4 tr, cen­ter shell in ch- 2 sp of each cen­ter shell across to last 5 tr, tr in each of last 5 tr, turn. Rows 34 & 35: Rep row 33. At end of last row, do not turn. Place marker for RS.

Cro­cheted in a soft cot­ton/al­paca hand-painted yarn, this easy-to-stitch cowl will add just the right touch of warmth to cool spring days.

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