Who doesn’t love a quick crochet project? Using bulky yarn and double crochet stitches you’ll have this Bulky Cowl Double Crochet Pattern finished fast
When the weather gets cooler I love wearing scarves. All kinds. Ones that are long and flowy as well as short cowls like this one. Crocheted in a circle (or made flat and stitched up at the end) this bulky cowl easily slips over your head to keep you warm. It layers great over a coat and you can wear it pushed down or pulled up.
For this cowl I just needed some bulky yarn and a large crochet hook, I used a size N/9.0mm hook.
I love the combination of bulky yarn and big stitches. It makes the finished cowl squishy and comfortable. I crocheted mine in a bold lime green color that I am loving this winter. Maybe it’s the hint of a tropical color. But these are so quick to make you could make a few in a variety of colors.
Here’s the video demonstration for the Bulky Cowl Double Crochet Pattern
You can make your own with these supplies
- Bulky Yarn
- Size N 9.00mm crochet hook
To make the cowl start by chaining 50. You can either join with a slip stitch to make the cowl in the round (as shown in the video), or make the cowl flat.
Work double crochet stitches back and forth until desired height is reached.
If cowl is made flat it will need to be stitched together when finished.
Finish off and weave in the ends.