5 Star Crochet Cowl
When I heard that we would be crocheting the 5 Star Beanie Hat for the Alaskan Crochet Cruise, I just knew I would need to have a matching cowl. It is actually more of a neck warmer and would be perfect for those really cold winter days. I am not really a hat person, but will wear one if I know I’ll be cold. Here is what I came up with using the same stitch. See how perfect it matches the hat? I think I scared Mikey a bit though. 😉
Substitute any worsted weight yarn for a different look.
5 Star Crochet Cowl
~ by Jeanne Steinhilber
- Patons Uplands yarn – 2 skeins
- Crochet Hook size I – 5.5mm
- Ch 81. Join with a slst to first chain for form a ring, being careful not to twist the chain.
- Ch 1, sc in each chain around. Slst to first sc. – 81 sc.
- Ch 3, draw up a loop in each of the following sps: 2nd and 3rd loops from hook, same sc as last sl st and each of next 2 sc. Yoh and draw through all 6 loops on hook – beg Star Cluster made. Ch 1. *Draw up a loop in each of the following sps: Top of previous Star Cluster, under 2 vertical strands of last st of previous Star Cluster, in same sp as last loop drawn up of previous Star Cluster and each of next 2 sc. Yoh and draw through all 6 loops on hook –Star Cluster made. Ch 1. Rep from * around. Join with sl st to 2nd ch of beg ch-3.
Ch 1. *1 sc in first ch-1 sp. 1 sc in top of next Star Cluster. Rep from * around, ending with 1 sc in last ch-1 sp. Join with slst to first sc. 81 sc.
- Repeat 3 and 4 until cowl measures 9″. Finish off.
Mikey’s video of the hat will get you easily through the star cluster stitch.
Fast Forward to the Star Stitch Concept. The difference of the hat and the cowl is that the hat will eventually decrease in number to form to the top of that hat. In this case, for the cowl, the stitch is consistent without any increases or decreases in each revolution. So it makes it an easy pattern to follow.
Finished size – 9″ high x 26″ Circumference
Designs by Jeanne