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Simple stripes – crochet pattern!

*** This is an older pattern that will now be available free right here or paid via Ravelry ***

This simple cowl is very easy to customize with your favorite colors, is even easier to make and will add quite a bit of warmth to your winter apparel

st(s) – stitches
ch – chain
HDC – half double crochet
MC – main color
CC – contrast color
8 mm hook
Chunky yarn shown in Bernat roving MC – gray (130g)
CC – coral (100g.)
Yarn needle to weave in ends

Gauge & instructions
The finished cowl is pretty much a one size fits most but you can work more/less stitches to adjust the size and you can work more/less rounds to adjust the height. Just be mindful that if you adjust the size you will need more/less yarn.

Finished size: About 38 cm long x 21 cm tall.

Round 1) Holding 2 strands of CC together, ch 60 and join to work in the round (60)

Round 2) HDC around (60)
Rounds 3-7) *HDC through the third loop* around (60) change to 2 strands of MC after last round
Rounds 8-10) *HDC through the third loop* around (60) after the last round, drop one strand of MC and pick up one strand of CC
Round 11) *HDC through the third loop* around (60) change to 2 strands of MC
Rounds 12-14) *HDC through the third loop* around (60)
Finish off, weave in all ends.

This step is optional and allows you to hide the color changes. You could also simply use large decorative buttons or simply ignore the small demarcations.

Using a simple strand of CC, surface slip stitch two straight line from the bottom to the top of the cowl up the side of the cowl to encase the color demarcations. Then, using 2 strands of MC, surface slip stitch three vertical stripes from the top to the bottom between the 2 CC lines. Weave in all ends!

*If you are careful weaving your ends, the cowl is completely reversible! You can also wear it folded for additional warmth!

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