After the Fire Cowl ~
Free Crochet Pattern
I designed After the Fire Cowl for our Charity Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope. It is a One ball cowl and can be whipped up within an hour or less. Make one for yourself, a friend or even donate a few to your favorite charity. Enjoy!
Level – Easy
Materials – Lion Brand Scarfie, Cream/Black; 312 yards
Hook and Notions: Size 10 ¾ (7 mm), scissors, and yarn needle
Measurement – 23 ½ x 8 ½ inches
Gauge – N/A
Ch = chain
Dc = double crochet
Hb-dc = herringbone double crochet
Chain 2 counts as a double crochet unless otherwise stated.
Herringbone Double Crochet
Yarn Over, insert hook in indicated stitch, yarn over, draw up a loop and through first loop on hook (2 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through 1 loop, yarn over and draw through both loops.
Row 1: Dc in 2nd chain from hook and in each stitch across. Turn (22 dc)
Row 2: Chain 2 (See Notes),
* work HB-dc in dc, *
repeat from * to * across;
ending with a HB-dc in beginning chain 2. Turn (22 HB-dc)
Row 3: Chain 2 (See Notes),
* work HB-dc in next HB-dc, *
repeat from * to * across; ending with a HB-dc in beginning chain 2. Turn (22 HB-dc)
Rows 4-47: Repeat row 3 for the pattern. Turn (22 HB-dc)
Row 48: Hb-dc in each HB-dc across
Fasten off, leaving long enough tail for sewing together. Match beginning stitches to last row and use the mattress stitch or your favorite stitch to join together. Then weave in ends.