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The Ashley Hooded Cowl is the perfect accessory for adding warmth and style in a practical manner.
Many other hooded cowls are tall, wide tubes to pull over one’s head and neck for coverage, whereas this hooded cowl offers a detachable, shaped hood. 🤯 Yes, a detachable hood! You know you have a favorite coat that doesn’t get worn as much because there’s no hood for added warmth.
I even surprised myself with the shape of this hood, as it came out so chic, and reminded me of the oversized look on runways, but in a practical size. LOL
More special details about this design is the added warmth you receive with front and back coverage, and button detail to never mess up your ‘do again. I can’t be the only person that tires of static charged hair from having it pull my hair out from a cowl, right???
- Red Heart Super Saver (100% Acrylic; 364 yds/333 m, 7 oz/198 g skein): White, 2 Skeins
- Lion Brand Go For Faux Thick & Quick, super bulky #7, (100% Polyester, 24 yds/ 22m; 4.2 oz/ 120g): Chinchilla, 1 skein
- Furls Crochet Streamline Swirl Hook, I/9 (5.50 mm) or size needed to meet gauge
- Furls Crochet Streamline Swirl Galaxy Swirl Hook, US N 10 mm
- Yarn needles to fit yarns
- Needle to fit button holes
- 5 stitch markers
- Measuring tape
- 28mm button, 2
- 15mm buttons, 5
8 hdc-cl = 4”, 10 pattern rows = 4”
- Front & Back: 12” across the top x 10.25” long
- Cowl: 7″ tall x 28″ wide
- Hood: 12” tall across back
- Ch: chain
- sl st: slip stitch
- sc: single crochet
- hdc: half double crochet
- fsc: foundation single crochet
- hdc-cl: half double crochet cluster
- hdc-cl inc: hdc-cl increase
- st: stitch(es)
- YO: yarn over
- sp: space
- sk: skip
- edc: extended double crochet
- CSEDC: Chainless starting extended double crochet
- M: stitch marker
SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES
CSEDC: pull up a loop to height of row, holding loop in place and wrap yarn around hook (yarn over), insert hook in first st, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through 1 loop (chain made), [YO, pull through 2 loops] twice
Hdc-cl: YO, insert hook into same st as last st made (or first st of the row), YO, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), YO (4 loops on hook), sk 1 st, insert hook in next st or ch-1 sp, YO, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), YO, pull through all 5 loops, ch 1
Last hdc-cl: YO, insert hook in same st as last st made, YO, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), YO (4 loops on hook), do not skip 1 st, insert hook in last st, YO, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), YO, pull through all 5 loops
Hdc-cl inc: YO, insert hook in same st as last st made, YO, pull up loop (3 loops on hook), YO (4 loops on hook), insert hook in next hdc-cl (do not skip a st), YO, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), YO pull through all loops, ch 1
- Make next hdc-cl in same hdc-cl of last st and the next ch-1 sp
- Pattern is written US terms.
- Read the entire pattern before beginning.
- Pattern is worked in 6 sections: Front and Back, Cowl, Back of Hood, Top of Hood, Seaming, and Hood Edging
- Beginning ch 2 counts as a part of the first hdc-cl
- Beginning ch 1 does not count as a stitch
- Be sure to count every few rows to ensure that you have the same number of hdc-cl. If your number of clusters is off by one, make sure you made the ch 1 after each cluster on the row below.
- Be sure to skip 1 stitch when completing every hdc-cl, unless you are instructed to increase or at the end of the row. If you forget to skip a stitch it will alter the total number of clusters.
- Cowl can be shortened or lengthened to your preference by subtracting or adding rows.
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