Sometimes simplicity and a lots of texture creates beautiful crochet pieces. This soft, shimmering, gorgeous Royally Sapphire Cowl comes in 4 widths for those who like skinny cowls to those who love them wide.
Who says simple isn’t gorgeous? This Royally Sapphire Cowl is easy to stitch up while looking stunning and chic. It’s combined with simple stitches to create this night on the town look that you will love crocheting for yourself, as well as your friends! Be sure to yell if you need help. I am here to guide you along the way.
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ROYALLY SAPPHIRE COWL
Level of Difficulty
- 284, 372, 500, 548 yards. #4 worsted weight Caron Simply Soft Part in Royal Sparkle (all yardages are based on 44” cowl)
Hook and Notions
- 6 (8, 10, 12) inches wide
- 3 (6, 9) foot long
- 7 sets (4 puffs * 3 Cross Sts) in 4″
- Ch = chain
- Dc = double crochet
- Sk = skip
- Sp = space
- Weigh your yarn cake: ________ grams
- Worked from side to side
284 (372, 500, 548) yards. I used #4 worsted weight Caron Simply Soft Party in Royal Sparkle (all yardages are based on 44” cowl)
Because I am a tight crocheter I used the I crochet hook to chain with, so the chain isn’t too tight. This will also keep it from buckling. If you crochet loosely then you really shouldn’t have to go up a hook size when chaining. Rule of thumb always check your gauge.
The cowl measures 8” wide x 44” long, before sewing together.
- Chain 4 at beginning of row counts as a dc and chain 1 unless otherwise stated.
- This cowl is made in 4 different widths. Image is displaying a 8” cowl that is 44” long.
- Puff Stitch: (yarn over, pick up a loop in designated stitch) 3 times, yarn over, draw through all 7 loops on hook
- Cross Stitch: dc in designated stitch, crossing in front of dc just made, dc in last skipped stitch
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ROYALLY SAPPHIRE COWL INSTRUCTIONS
Working with J hook
Using J hook, Ch 24 (32, 40, 48)
Row 1: Dc in 7th ch from hook, crossing in front of dc just made, dc in last skipped ch (cross stitch made), *ch 1, sk next ch, work Puff Stitch in next ch, ch 1, sk next 2 chs, dc in next ch, crossing in front of dc just made, dc in last skipped ch,* repeat from * across to last 2 chs, ch 1, sk next ch, dc in last ch. Turn (6 Cross Stitches, 5 Puff Stitches & 2 dc)
Row 2: Ch 4, work Cross Stitch in top of previous Cross Stitch, ch 1, *work Puff Stitch in previous Puff Stitch, ch 1, work Cross Stitch in previous Cross Stitch, ch 1,* repeat from * across, ending with 1 dc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn (6 Cross Stitches, 5 Puff Stitches & 2 dc)
Repeat Row 2 until it measures 44 inches long.
Fasted off, leaving long enough tail for sewing.
Match ends together. Using desired sewing method, sew ends of cowl together. (I used the mattress stitch method for sewing up my cowl).