Stay extra warm and toasty this winter with a crochet hooded cowl. Wear it with a jacket or coat with no hood or for really cold weather, wear it under a coat hood for more layers of warmth. This pattern is written for child-size with adult-size adjustments included within the instructions. Made using two strands of worsted weight yarn and a large hook, this hooded cowl can be completed in the time it takes to watch a movie or two.
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Make It Your Own
As with most crochet patterns, small changes can be made to the hooded cowl to reflect your personality. The following are a few ideas for inspiration.
- Two strands of worsted weight yarn were used to crochet the hooded cowl, but a bulky weight yarn with a matching gauge can be substituted.
- Using a different color for each yarn strand will give your stitches a tweed look. The example was done with white and gray strands. Experiment with colors to get your ideal combination.
- The button used is for decorative purposes only. A bigger or smaller button can be used.
- Other embellishment ideas could be a corsage pin, two or three buttons sewn vertically down the front, or a drawstring woven around the face opening of the hood and tied at the neck.
After working on a variety of crochet projects, a basket of leftover yarn balls is inevitable. This hooded cowl pattern is perfect for using up the scraps. Choose one main color for one strand to use throughout, but a variety of colors for the second strand. The finished project will definitely be one-of-a-kind.