I’m really into texture and fun and interesting stitch patterns, you may have noticed! I just love being able to create so many different looks and textures using stitches in different combinations. If you’re like me then you love the Keighley Cowl! It’s quite easy to make, and quick to work up too!
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Warmth and Texture
The Keighley Cowl is worked using the Raised Ripple stitch for the great texture and fun colour work.
The pattern is worked in the round, and is easy to adjust the height for different sizes. Changing colours or using only solid makes it perfect for customizing with unlimited options.
I chose to use *Furls Crochet Wander Yarn for the amazing colour pallets and soft, smooth feel.
A special thank you to Furls for providing the yarn for this project.
The Tester Pictures
My testers had a lot of fun with the Keighley Cowl!
Some of the yarns they used included: Lion Brand Heartland, Marble Yarn, and Premier Anti-Pilling Planned Pooling.
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- Approx. 265 yards of #4 worsted weight yarn. I used *Furls Wander Yarn in C1 – Snow 115 yds; C2 – Mist 75 yds; C3 – Cobblestone 75 yds
- I/9 – 5.5 mm crochet hook. I used my *Furls Odyssey hook
- *Yarn needle
- *Tape measure
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12 sts x 10 rows = 4″ Patten for gauge: same as pattern
Laid flat with no stretch: 12″ x 13″ Circumference: 24″
- ch(s) – Chain(s)
- sc – Single Crochet
- dc – Double Crochet
- FPtc – Front Post Treble Crochet
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- Rnd(s) – Round(s)
- slst – Slip Stitch
- yo – Yarn Over
- C1 – Colour 1
- C2 – Colour 2
- C3 – Colour 3
- US Terminology
- All beginning ch1 and ch2 do not count as a stitch
- Cowl is worked in the round
- To adjust height, do more or less rnds as desired
- To adjust circumference, use multiples of 2 + 1
- I have noted throughout the pattern where I switched colours for the stripes. Once onto the repeats, I switched after every FPtc rnd
- *-* denotes repeat sequence
Front Post Treble Crochet (FPtc): Yo twice, insert hook from front to back around the post of indicated stitch, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through two loops, yo, pull through two loops, yo, pull through remaining loops on hook.
Join ch with a slst, being careful not to twist, ch2.
Rnd 1: Dc in the first ch after the join, dc in each ch around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (70).
Rnd 2: Sc in the first st, sc in each st around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch2 (70).
Rnd 3: Dc in the first st, FPtc around the dc two rows below the next sc, *dc in the next st, FPtc around the dc two rows below the next sc* repeat around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (70).
Switch to C2
Rnd 4: Sc in the first st, sc in each st around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch2 (70).
Rnd 5: FPtc around the dc two rows below the first sc, dc in the next st, *FPtc around the dc two rows below the next sc, dc in the next st*, repeat around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (70).
Switch to C3
Rnd 6 – 33: Repeat rnds 2-5. Continue to switch colours every 2 rnds.
Once you’ve completed the final round, tie off, leaving long tail to weave in.
Weave in all ends, and you’re done!
There you have it! Your very own Keighley Cowl!
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