And winner is the Katie Cowl
On Saturday I started figuring out what pattern I wanted to post for today’s free pattern. I narrowed it down to the pattern for my pumpkin earrings and an old pattern I designed a few years ago, the Katie Cowl. Now, I can’t wait to begin posting Fall patterns, it’s really my favorite time of year, but I also wasn’t sure if anyone else was looking for Fall patterns, so I asked FB if they wanted the pattern for the Katie Cowl or the pumpkin earrings/ applique. The winner, with the results being 29 to 11, was the Katie Cowl, so here it is! But don’t worry, I’ll post the pattern for the pumpkin earrings/ applique soon enough, it might be next week it might be after that, who knows. Fear not, though, you’ll see the pattern because I’m super exited for Fall that the new free patterns will be Fall themed soon enough. Now, while I was writing up the pattern for the Katie Cowl I thought about how easy it would be to create this pattern in the round, so I wrote that up too! Be sure that you get the updates by signing up for my blog on the left here or subscribe to my monthly newsletter, which always features coupons, here.
- Worsted weight/ size #4 yarn
- 238 yards, 3 oz
- I used Unforgettable for both versions shown here
- US K (6.50 mm) crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- 4. 75 x 4.75 = 8 rows x 15 dcs
Terms stitches used:
- Ch: chain
- St: stitch
- Slip st: slip stitch
- RS: right side/ side facing out
- Hdc: half double crochet
- Tr: treble crochet
- Version 1 of this scarf is worked back and forth, with the last row being secured to the top of the first row.
- Version 2 is worked from a chain row up, you can add more rows than what is written if you would like.
- Version 2 is worked in the round with a slip st at the end of the row into the beginning. Also, to get the texture, there is a turn in the row.
- You can make either scarf larger by adding stitches in multiples of 2.
Finished dimensions (for patterns as written):
- Version 1: 11.5″
- Version 2: 5.75″
- Version 1: 14″
- Version 2: 14.5″
Row 1: (RS) Ch 37, skip 4 sts (skipped sts count as a tr) tr into the next 32 chs – 34 trs
Row 2: Turn, ch 1 (counts as slip st here and throughout), hdc into the next st, *slip st into the next st, hdc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 15 more times – 17 hdcs, 17 slip sts
Row 3: (RS) Turn, ch 4 (counts as tr here and throughout), tr into the next 33 sts – 34 trs
Rows 4 – 55: repeat rows 2 – 3
Row 56: repeat row 2.
Finishing: If you leave a really long tail, the length of your piece, you can use it to secure it. Lay row 56 on top of row 1 and sew the ends together in your preferred method. Weave in your ends.
Row 1: Ch 90, slip st to form a ring.
Row 2: (RS) Ch 4 (counts as tr here and throughout), tr into the next 89 sts, slip st into the top of the ch 4 to secure – 90 trs
Row 3: Turn, ch 1 (counts as slip st here and throughout), hdc into the next st, *slip st into the next st, hdc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 43 more times, slip st into the ch 1 to secure – 45 hdcs, 45 slip sts
Row 4: (RS) Turn, ch 4, tr into the next 89 sts, slip st into the top of the ch 4 to secure – 90 trs
Rows 5 – 10: repeat rows 3 – 4
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
Now both of these scarves are more adult/ teen sized but you can easily adapt to child size. I hope you like this pattern and make many, as always share them with me on FB or IG with the hashtag #DivineDebris.
I can’t wait to post next week’s free pattern, which will be the pumpkin but not quite… you’ll have to wait to see what that will be! I really hope you like this pattern and have fun with it. Maybe you could add some fringe? I do love fringe. Have a good week!
This pattern is linked to The Linky Ladies Community Link Party #15, Oombawka Design Link and Share Wednesdays #109 and Rebeckah’s Treasure’s Saturday Link Party #11.
11 thoughts on “And winner is the Katie Cowl”
Gosh that’s pretty !! Thank you ! *dashes off to check wool stash*
Thank you for this lovely pattern!!!! And 2 versions!!!! So pretty!
I’ve been on the lookout for a great cowl pattern, and I think version 1 of the one you have here is fitting that ticket! Looks warm, yet not stifling as a lot of cowl patterns tend to be. Thanks for sharing! 😀
These are lovely! Thanks for the pretty patterns.
Hi, what a nice cowl! And a nice blog too, I became your next follower on Bloglovin’.
(Discovered you on ‘the stitching mommy’.)
Looking forward to your next creations!
Greetings from Belgium, Sigrid
i love your unforgetable scarf.i want to make one for myself.how can i print it?