Coffee With Your Cream Cowl/Hat – Free Crochet Pattern

Some Coffee with your Cream Cowl Hat

Materials

Yarn Pictured: Blue Sky Alpacas “Metalico”

Colors: Tan and Cream (or two different colors of your choice)

Yarn Weight: 2 Fine Sport/Baby Weight

Yardage: 275 yds

Hook: 4.25 mm

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Pattern Info

Gauge: 15 sts and 17 Rows = 4”

Completed dimensions: piece lying flat – 7 X 7 (Child); 11” x 10” (Adult)

Pattern Sizes: Child, Adult

Skill Level: Easy

Necessary Skills: basic stitches, repetitive stitch patterns, simple color changes

Abbreviations

[ ]           work instructions within brackets as many times as directed

ch— chain

sc— single crochet

dc— double crochet

hdc— half double crochet

rep— repeat

st(s)— stitch(es)

ea— each

sl st— slip stitch

sk— skip

xs— times

CA—cream yarn

CB—tan yarn

Notes

This cowl hat works up beautifully with stripes of color that get progressively wider as you work through the pattern.  Use the tail of the chain to help keep track of rows. From row 5 to the end of the piece, you can move on to the next row once you come around to the chain tail.

Pattern

(CA)

Loosely ch 65 (child size), 80 (adult size).

Join ch w sl st.

Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as 1st dc), work 1 dc in ea ch loop around, sl st in 1st dc (65, 80 dc total).

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as 1st dc), work 1 dc in ea dc around, sl st in 1st dc (65, 80 dc total).

Row 3: (CB) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Note: From this point on, you will not connect rows.

Row 4: (CA) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 5: (CB) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 6 – 9: Rep rows 4, 5.

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Row10: (CA) Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 11: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row12: (CB) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 13: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 14: (CA) [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 15: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 16: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 17: (CB) [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 18: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 19: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 20: (CA) [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 21: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 22: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 23: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 24: (CB) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 25: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 26: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 27: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Child size: skip rows 28 – 36.

Row 28: (CA) Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 29: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 30: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 31: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 32: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 33: (CB) Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

Row 34: Hdc in ea st around entire row (65, 80 hdc total).

Row 35: [Sc in next st, dc in next st] around row (65, 80 sts total).

Row 36: Sc in ea st around (65, 80 sc total).

To finish: Sl st 5xs, cast off, weave in ends.

Ribbon Cinch:

First ribbon row: in the last row weave ribbon over and under one stitch every 10 stitches. Making sure ribbon is just long enough to accommodate the cowl hat stretching over a head, cut ribbon and tie ends together.

Second ribbon row: In the second to last row, beginning at the opposite side of the tube from where the first ribbon is tied, weave ribbon over and under one stitch every 10 stitches. Stagger the stitch weaved under so it sits between the stitch weaved under in the first row. Making the length the same as the first ribbon, cut and tie ends together.

 

 

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