Marian’s Riding Hood – a Long Sleeved Cowl

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So as many of you know my stitch of choice (ok, it might border on obsession) is Broomstick Lace. So, I am really excited to share this latest pattern with you; a long sleeved cowl.

The whole process of figuring out how to join the long sleeves together in the easiest possible way kept me awake at night, as I worked it over and over in my head.  Then, surprisingly after just a few attempts, I managed to get what was happening in my brain to transfer to the hook and yarn. (I think I may have actually done a bit of a happy dance)

Modern Red Riding's Hood - KatiDCreations

What do I love about this completed item? – I love how the over sized hooded cowl fully extends over the face, – I love that a portion of the cowl that extends down to the top 3rd of the torso and is so warm, – I love that it is light weight and is a perfect piece of outerwear to use in place of that bulky coat

This stunning project is worked using Cascade Alpaca Lana D’Oro which is so warm!  and is be perfect for those days when its kind of warm but still a cold breeze that would normally have you reaching for a jacket!

Modern Red Riding's Hood - KatiDCreations

The construction of this top it is worked in the round, which means that you don’t have any seams to sew together….which is so nice!  Also the way the armpit area is worked, allows for free range of movement without worrying about it being to tight.

Please don’t let the size of this project over whelm you!  It works up quicker than you may think, and you will be so happy when you finish it!

Ok so on with the Marian’s Riding Hood

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Skill Level: Advanced

Size: Traditional Medium

Stitches: US terms
CH – Chain
SLST – Slip Stitch
BLSC – Back Loop Single Crochet
BLSC2tog – Back Loop Single Crochet 2 Together

Materials:
4.5mm crochet hook
50us knitting needle
Cascade Alpaca Lana D’Oro – 1000yards

Gauge:
Working rows of BLSC
10 Rows = 2 inches
10 Stitches = 2 inches

Special Stitches:
Broomstick Lace – by KatiDCreations

Tutorials:
Broomstick Lace in a Round – by KatiDCreations
Joining Sleeves in Broomstick Lace – by KatiDCreations

Special Notes:
1. You will make 2 of the Cuff/Sleeve combinations; do not finish off until instructed to do so

2. I work the entire pattern in the Back Loop (with the exception of joining which is done in both loops). I do this because I love the little extra detail that it gives.

3. This pattern is easily adjustable to fist most any size. This pattern is worked in multiples of 4, so if you need to increase/decrease the cuff you do so by multiples of 4.  If you need to increase/decrease the front/back part (Shoulder R1), you will increase/decrease the number of CHs worked by 4.  You will then simply follow the directions as written, just remember that your total stitch count/sets of Broomstick lace will be different from what is written.

4. If you find that you are a loop short/over it is not necessary to rip out the row and start over. just make sure that your total number of SC stitches worked is correct.

5. I recommend trying on sleeves as you go. You may find that you need to increase/decrease the number of rows worked.

Pattern

Cuff:

R1. CH 37, SC in second CH from hook and around, with the front loops facing out – Join with SLST in first SC

R2. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around, Join with SLST in first SC (36)

R3-17: Repeat row 2

Sleeve:

R1. Pull up first loop, working in BL only pull up an additional 36 loops

R2. Take off 4 loops, CH1 and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops, and take off 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST first SC. (36SC, 9 Set of Loops)

R3. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around, Join in first SC

R4. Working in BL only, pull up 36 loops

R5. Take off 3 loops, CH1 and work 4SC in loops, *take off 3 loops, and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join in first SC. (48SC, 12 Set of Loops)

R6. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around, Join in first SC

R7. Working in BL only, pull up 48 loops

R8. Take off 4 loops, CH1 and work 4SC in loops, take off 4 loops, and work 4SC in loops, take off 4 loops, and work 5SC in loops, *take off 4 loops, and work 4SC in loops, take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops, take off 4 loops, and work 5SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join in first SC (52SC, 12 Set of Loops)

R9. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around, Join in first SC

R10. Working in BL only, pull up 52 loops

R11. Take off 4 loops, CH1 and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join in first SC (52SC, 13 Set of Loops)

R12. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around, Join in first SC

Repeat rows 10 – 12 an additional 7 times – or until desired length is reached

Repeat rows 10 and 11 once more, for a total of 12 rows of Broomstick lace. Pull up loop, DO NOT FINISH OFF, Make second sleeve.

Decide which sleeve with be your right and which will be your left and mark accordingly.

Shoulder: Joining Sleeves Tutorial HERE

R1. With L sleeve, CH1, BLSC in next 20 stitches (this will be the armpit part of the sleeve left sleeve), CH76 (this will be the back of your Snood), pull up loop.  Drop loop and finish off R sleeve, starting at joining stitch, skip next 32 stitches. Pick up the loop from the L sleeve and work a BLSC in the next stitch of the R sleeve, BLSC in the remaining stitches 19 of the R sleeve, (this will be the armpit part of the R sleeve). CH68 (this will be the front of your Snood). Join with SLST in the very first BLSC work on the L sleeve on this row.

R2. CH1, with front of Snood facing and working in the back ridge of the CH, SC in the next 68 CHs, BLSC in the next 32 skipped stitches from row 1 of Shoulder, working in the back ridge, SC in the next 76 CHs, BLSC in the remaining 32 stitches of the L sleeve. Join with SLST in first SC

R3. Working in row 2 of Shoulder, pull up the BL only (208 loops) – you will not pull up any loops from the armpit part of the sleeves

R4. Taking off 4 loops, CH1 and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around (52 Broomstick) (17 front, 19 back, 8 around each sleeve)

R5. CH1, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 64 stitches, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC around to last 2 stitches, BLSC2tog, Join with SLST in first SC (204SC)

R6. Pull up 204 loops

R7. Take off 4 loops, CH1, and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST in first SC (51 Broomsticks)

R8. CH1, BLSC2tog, , BLSC in next 60, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC around to last 2 stitches, BLSC2tog, Join with SLST in first SC

R9. Pull up 200 loops

R10. Take off 4 loops, CH1, and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST in first SC (50 Broomsticks)

R11. CH1, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 56 stitches, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 72, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog

R12. Pull up 192 loops

R13. Take off 4 loops, CH1, and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST in first SC (48 Broomsticks)

R 14. CH1, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 52, BLAC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 68, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog, Join with SLST in first SC

R15. Pull up loops 184 loops

R16. Take off 4 loops, CH1, and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST in first SC ( 46 Broomsticks)

R17. CH1, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 48, BLSC 2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 64, BLSC2tog, BLSC2tog, BLSC in next 28, BLSC2tog, Join with SLST in first SC

R18. Pull up 176 loops

R19. Take off 4 loops, CH1, and work 4SC in loops, *take off 4 loops and work 4SC in loops*, repeat from *to* around, Join with SLST in first SC (44 Broomsticks)

R20. CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around

R21. Repeat rows 18 – 20 an additional 7 times

R22. Repeat rows 18-20 an additional 3 times, however when working row 19, spacing evenly only work 3SC in loops in 8 different sets of Broomstick Lace. This will help to reduce the finished circumference of the cowl.

R23. Repeat Rows 18 – 20 an additional 3 times

R24. Repeat row 20 an additional 2 times and finish off.

If you want your cowl shorter/longer simply increase or decrease the number of rows you complete.

Modern Red Riding's Hood - KatiDCreations

Original design and copyright of KatiDCreations May 2015, please do not re post any portion of this pattern or photos. If you would like to link back to the pattern you may use one photo.  Please fee free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.

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The Third Loop Half Double Crochet, may sound really confusing.  But I assure you, with this amazing tutorial found Here at Moogly Blog you will soon be breezing through this super easy cowl!

And by super easy, I mean Really! Super! Easy! and did I mention you can customize this to any size?  Or Don’t make a cowl at all, but a scarf instead!  Or an Infinity Scarf!

You can also pretty much any type of yarn you would like to use!  I close to use some yarn I had on hand – Loops and Thread Impeccable for the Hansom Boy and Loops and Thread Woolike for the Lovely Little Miss.Straight Striped Cowl - KatiDCreations.com

So, how did I achieve such a beautiful cowl?  Let me tell you.

3rd Loop Striped Cowl

Materials:
Yarn of Choice
Hook of Choice

Stitches:
CH – Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet

Special Stitches:
3rd Loop Half Double Crochet – Moogly Blog

Joining Circle - Not in the Base ChainIf you have issues joining the Chain and it twisting you can check out THIS tutorial for an alternative way.

With Main Color

CH desired length, join with Slip Stitch in first CH, CH1, HDC in same as joining and across. Join with Slip Stitch in the 3rd loop of first HDC

*CH1, HDC in same as joining and around. Join with Slip Stitch in the 3rd loop of first HDC*, repeat from *to* until desired width is reached.  Finish off and join with Invisible Join – Look At What I Made

Straight Striped Cowl - KatiDCreations.com

Copyright KatiDCreations, 2015.  Feel free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.  You may grab one photo and link back to this post.  Please don’t claim any portion of photos or pattern as your own.

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Carla’s Cowl

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Buttoned Cowl
I am so proud of myself!  This was the very first item I ever crochet using a diagram!  Which means, if you are patient and know how to do a few basic crochet stitches you too can make this!

Buttoned Cowl

I did try blocking it but the points keep curling on me. If I had ended with the row before this one, it would not have been an issue.

Oombawka Designs Crochet – Crochet Cheat Sheet is a great resource to convert the ‘foreign’ language of a diagram into crochet terms.  Inside Crochet – Seeing Stitches is also great for a bit more information in understanding why the symbols are shaped the way they are.  Of course, if you already know the crochet symbols this will be a breeze for you!
Buttoned Cowl
I first saw this diagram a few months back and figured there was no time like the present to give it a try.  The diagram is written with an 8 stitch repeat, so I simply crocheted my CH in multiples of 8 (+1) to get the length I wanted.

I used Loops and Thread – Impeccable with a 4.5 hook, and had a total of 17 repeats (17 x 8 + 1).
When I first made this, I simply stitched up the sides together but really did not like the way it looked.  So I ripped out the seam and sewed a button on the corner, then chained a loop and tied it off to the underside of the cowl.
Buttoned Cowl
My mother is currently in possession of this piece and gets lots of complements on it!

This is a stitch diagram review, feel free to grab a photo and link back to the posting.

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Lacy Cowl

This is a Lacy Crochet pattern review

I first saw this Infinity Scarf pattern by Lacy Crochet on Pintrest and fell in love!Lacy Cowl

This is a really quick pattern to work up as you repeat 2 rows for most of the entire pattern.  The pattern is originally designed to be an infinity scarf, however; at the time I found this my mom had been requesting a cowl!  So after reading over the pattern, I figured out that the stitch pattern was a 12 stitch repeat.  So as I added width to the pattern I made sure that I added in increments of 12 stitches.  I used Loops and Thread Impeccable for my daughters cowl with a K hook, used less than one skein.  Where for my mom’s I use Loops and Thread Charisma with a K hook, but it required 3 skeins.Lacy Cowl

Don’t forget, you can use whatever type of yarn suits you in whatever color you like best…. and whatever hook you prefer and make it as wide or narrow (simply + or -12) as you want!!SONY DSC

To close the cowl did not join the two ends together as instructed in the original pattern, but instead I picked out 4 buttons that were small enough to fit through the holes, but large enough to keep secure.  Sewed them to one size of the project and simply closed it by pushing the buttons through the opposite CH spaces to secure.  Lacy Cowl
So anyway, I love this pattern from Lacy Crochet and will definitely be keeping it in my to-go-to arsenal of patterns that work up quickly!, just in case (to date I have made 6 so far) 🙂Lacy Cowl
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Peaks and Valleys Cowl

The idea for this stitch pattern honestly came to me as I stood at the store staring at this beautifully colored yarn from Red Heart with Wool, wondering what I could make with them to justify me buying it (as I already had a hand basket full of beautiful yarn).  Then it hit me!  I had been wanting to make myself a cowl and I had been wanting to try out the Cluster Drop stitch, so into the basket this beautiful yarn went.

Peaks and Valley Cluster Drop StitchBe sure to Favorite on Raverly!

I am so happy with this cowl!  I love this yarn also, it is so soft and warm!  And it felt great in my hands as I worked with it!  I think a few more items shall be made with the bit of yarn I have left!

Peaks and Valleys – Cow

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SLST – Slip Stitch
SC – Single Crochet
BLSC – Back Loop Single Crochet

Size:
26 inches round x 6 inches tall

Special Stitches:
Cluster Stitch – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
Peaks and Valley Cluster Drop StitchCrab Stitch –Tutorials by Kim Guzman  and AG Handmades

Invisible Join – Tutorial by Lookatwhatimade – You will start your Next row In the Invisible Join as you would if you joined with a Slip Stitch

Joining Circle - Not in the Base ChainIf you have issues joining the Chain and it twisting you can check out THIS tutorial for an alternative way.

Special Notes:
I find that I have to reduce the size of my hook when I do the crab stitch or my stitching gets really loose.

Materials:
6.5mm hook (adult size)
4.5mm hook (for Crab Stitch)
Red Heart – Wool
Color A – Nickel –  <1 skein
Color B – Dhalia – <1 skein

Gauge:
With 6.0mm hook and SC stitch
2 inches – 6 stitches
2 inches – 6 rows

With 6.5mm, Color A CH85

Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in each stitch across. Join with SLST in first SC (make sure the row is not twisted)

Row 2: CH1, BLSC in same as joining and around. Join with SLST in first SC

Row 3: Repeat row 2. Change to Color B when joining in first SC, do not finish off Color A

Row 4: CH1, SC in same as joining, and in next 2 stitches, Cluster Drop Stitch, *SC in next 5 stitches, Cluster Drop Stitch*, repeat from *to* around, SC in last 2 stitches. Finish Off and Join with Invisible Joining
Peaks and Valley Cluster Drop Stitch
Peaks and Valley Cluster Drop StitchWith Color A
Row 5: Pull up a loop in same as joining and Repeat row 2

Row 6 – 7: Repeat row 2, do not finish off Color A

With Color B
Row 8: CH1, *Cluster Drop Stitch, SC in next 5 Stitches*, repeat from *to* around. Finish Off and Join with Invisible Joining (your last stitch will be ‘buried’ under the first loop you pulled up for the first Cluster)

With Color A
Row 9: Pull up a loop in same as joining and Repeat row 2

Row 10 – 11: Repeat row 2, do not finish off Color A

With Color B
Row 12: Repeat row 4

With Color A
Row 13: Pull up a loop in same as joining and Repeat row 2

Row 14 – 15: Repeat row 2, do not finish off Color A

With Color B
Row 16: Repeat row 8

With Color A
Row 17: Pull up a loop in same as joining and Repeat row 2

Row 18: Repeat row 2. Finish off Color A and Join with Invisible Join

With 4.5mm hook and Color B
Row 19: CH1, Crab Stitch. Finish off.

With 6.5 mm hook, Join with Color A in any stitch of the Base CH
CH1, BLSC around, Finish off and Join with Invisible Join

With 4.5mm hook, join with Color A in any stitch
CH1, Crab Stitch around. Finish off

Peaks and Valley Cluster Drop Stitch

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Copyright KatiDCreations January 2015.  This is an original pattern, please do not repost any part of the pattern or photos, or claim pattern as your own.  You may use one photo and link back to the original post.  Feel free to gift, sell or donate any items made from this pattern.

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Bobble Stitch Cowl by KatiDCreations
Don’t get me wrong I love the long scarves that can be wrapped around your neck and head and look so elegant and warm, but I find that I am constantly messing with it and end up taking it off my head and wearing it just around my neck.  I digress.

So I guess we have about discussed why it is I like Cowls.

I recently released the Puff Stitch Cowl patternBobble Stitch Cowl by KatiDCreations
So I decided I should do a Bobble Stitch Cowl.  This was my first time doing a Bobble Stitch and was really surprised at how much of a ‘Bobble’ there really was!  It is a great texture piece and is really fun!
Bobble Stitch Cowl by KatiDCreations
Material:
Worsted yarn of choice – I used Loops and Thread Impeccable Yarn
Hook size J
Embroidery Needle – for weaving in ends

Stitch Guide:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
SLST – Slip Stitch
Bobble

Entire pattern is worked using 2 strands of yarn!

If you are not familiar with how to work a Bobble Stitch, Moogly Blog has a great Tutorial!  For my Cowl pattern I followed her direction for the stitch, with 2 exceptions
1. I only worked 4 Double Crochet together, and
2. I followed the Puff Stitch Or the Moogly way for how to close off the stitch, simply because of how many loops were on the hook.  It is not necessary for you to do the same.
Bobble Stitch Cowl by KatiDCreations
Also I do not join the Chain, but wait and join the first row of SC.  For some reason I always manage to twist my Chain and find that connecting it in at the end works just as well without the frustration.

Joining Circle - Not in the Base ChainIf you have issues joining the Chain and it twisting you can check out THIS tutorial for an alternative way

This cowl can be worked for any size that you want, you simply need to do a Chain in multiples of 6 + 3 until you get the desired length; then continue with row 1.

I worked the SC in the back loop (hump) so that the finished look is the same as for the last row.

  1. SC in second CH from hook, and across
  2. CH1, Turn (wrong side facing), SC in first stitch, *SC in next stitch, Bobble Stitch, SC, CH3, Skip the next 3 stitches*, repeat from *to* across, SC in last stitch. Join with SLST in first SC
  3. CH1, Turn (Bobbles will be facing you), SC in SC, *work 3 SC in CH3 space, SC in SC, SC in top of Bobble Stitch, SC in next SC*, repeat from *to* across, SC in last stitch. Join with SLST in first SC
  4. CH1, Turn, SC in first SC, *CH3, Skip next 3 stitches, SC in next stitch, Bobble Stitch, SC in next stitch*, repeat from *to* across, SC in last stitch. Join with SLST in first SC
  5. CH1, Turn, SC in next SC, *SC in next, SC in top of Bobble Stitch, SC in next SC, work 3SC in CH3 space*, work from *to* across, SC in last stitch. Join with SLST in first SC
  6. Repeat rows 2-5 unit you get your desired height (of course you can end with row 3 if you prefer)

If you like you can work a SLST around the top and bottom of the cowl.

Finish off, tie in ends. Make sure to tie in ends of beginning chain after attaching it to the First SC made on base SC row.

This pattern is Copyright KatiDCreations, 2014.  You may use the first photo and link back to the original post. Do not claim this pattern as your own.  Do not sell this pattern.  You may sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.  If you sell on line please provide a link back to the original post.

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