Triangle Cowl Pattern

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Cowls, shawls and other popular, easy made clothes!

A triangle cowl is always popular to wear. Cowl comes in many shapes and sizes and if you want you can crochet several of them and vary with your coats, jackets, sweaters etc. They are quick to make and often a very good starting projects for crochet beginners. They are also perfect if you want to surprise someone with a very personal gift!

One tip is to make your cowl using various kinds of yarns. Cowls can be made in thin yarns and crochet hooks that are very small. I found that I often wear cowls that are made this way, due to a slightly warmer weather. Due to the size of the crochet hook and yarn, these cowls or shawls will take a little bit longer to finish, but of course, it is well worth the time and effort!But if you are frozen and you love cowls that are very thick you are lucky….:-) these are usually very quick to put together!!

Here are a few links you can follow to find some cowl, scarf and shawl ideas!

Harlequin hoodie pattern

Cowl with flower pattern

Heart Lace Scarf

Blossom and Broomsticks Infinity Scarf

Shawl Collared Cardigan Kit

Woodland Friends Hooded Cowl Animal

 

This is what you need to know about the Triangle Cowl Pattern:

  • You should be able to crochet basic stitches as single crochet, double crochet, treble and slip stitch.

 

To the pattern: Triangle Cowl Pattern

Triangle Cowl Crochet Pattern

About the pattern:

A stylish oversized design is really easy to wear: no tied knots and unnecessary details, no seams.

The lace cowl will look great worn 2 or 3 times around the head!

Size:

  • Cowl part ~ 8 in / 20 cm wide; Triangle part ~ 20 in / 50 cm; Cowl circumference ~ 80 in / 200 cm long

Materials you’ll need:

  • Yarn weight: Worsted (CYCA #4 – medium)
  • Hook: 7 mm

Suggested yarn:

350 yards of Worsted weight

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7 comments

  1. Cheryl says:

    Is there any chance that there is a video tutorial for this scarf? I don’t read patterns very well and it would help so much!

    Thanks,

    Cheryl

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