The Crochet Mia’s Herringbone Chevron Cowl is actually pretty easy. It uses the Herringbone Stitch, which is demonstrated in the tutorial below.
It’s easy to follow the pattern and it’s the spacing of the stitches that create the spaces where the chevron is appearing.
The herringbone stitch takes a bit getting used to and you may want to quit on the first round. Stick with it, once you get the first round done, it’s much easier.
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Comments on “Crochet Herringbone Stitch Chevron Cowl + Tutorial”
I’m a beginner – can this cowl stitch pattern be used to make a scarf? I like the texture and think it would work well for me as a scarf in shades of black, grays and cream. I’d also like to make a throw in that buffalo check/plaid pattern from a few days ago.
I think so. You just have to factor in the turning but it’s possible. Try it. 😀
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