Crochet Reversible Cowl
Using 1 Ball of Caron Chunky Cakes, colour is called Blue Moon. Diva Dan created the Crochet Reversible Cowl that has a really unique look. He’s pretty proud of the design.
You are actually looking at the wrong side of the project. Yeppers, that’s why it’s called reversible. The backside of this concept has a really unique look and using Caron Chunky Cakes, it’s a winner.
Crochet Reversible Cowl
Easy, Daniel Zondervan © 2017 The Crochet Crowd
- 1 Ball – Caron Chunky Cakes
- 8 mm / L Hook
- Beg = Begin
- Ch = Chain
- Rep = Repeat
- Rsc = Reverse Single Crochet
- Sl St = Slip Stitch
- Sp = Space
The cowl is shown as the reverse side. Meaning, it’s the wrong side of the project that faces out. The wrong side has the look that you see. The opposite side resembles the moss stitch. This was designed by Daniel. The cowl has a severe elastic to it. It’s pretty neat overall. The cowl is worked as a continuous round after Round 1. Reverse single crochet is used for the duration of the cowl from round 2 to the end. The cowl is 15” diameter x 7”. The cowl bulges outward in the middle due to the stitch Instructions
Ch 50. Join with beg ch to form a ring. Do not twist chain.
1st rnd: Ch 1, 1 sc in each st around. Join with a sl st to beg sc.
2nd rnd: Ch 2 (counts as a reverse sc + 1), *rsc in the next st, ch 1. Repeat * around. Do not slip st to beg ch-2 as you are working in a continuous round.
Continuing onward, sc in *ch-1 space, ch 1. Repeat * until you get to desired thickness length.
Leave enough yarn from the ball. You will now single crochet regularly in the ch-1 spaces around for the final round. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Comments on “Crochet Reversible Cowl”
love it…quick easy & gorgeous
For the Crochet Reversible Cowl pattern, after “Continuing onward”, shouldn’t it say “RSC in *ch-1 space”?
Just tried downloading the pattern for Daniel Zonderman’s Crochet Reversible Cowl and was taken to Michael Sellick’s Infinity Reversible Cowl pattern.
Sorry, We had a programming error that was temporary. I fixed it.
Need clarification. Not sure why pattern included abbreviations for dcfp and dcbp when they’re not used. Am I missing a page. Also row two – are we reverse crocheting in every stitch or skipping a stitch because of the chain one?
I hope you plan a tutorial for this. I’m having difficulty with the pattern. Love the look.
I don’t understand this pattern at all but it’s so beautiful. I hope there are plans for a tutorial.
Is it Caron sprinklecskes or chunkycskes? I looked for that and could not find.
This one is made with Chunky Cakes.
How does one correspond to The Crochet Crowd on different project? Kit. Are you patterns sold later ….I love this cowl but I saw beautiful kit sold in Fall. I’m new to crochet.
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