Guest post: Jane’s Cowl by Little Monkeys Designs (Free Crochet Pattern)

Jane's Cowl, free #crochet pattern by Little Monkey's Designs | guest post on Underground Crafter

To continue the (Inter)National Crochet Month festivities, I’m sharing a guest post from Angela Plunkett from Little Monkeys Designs. This is the first time I’m sharing a free crochet pattern by another designer on Underground Crafter, so let’s give Angela a warm welcome.

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Jane's Cowl, free #crochet pattern by Little Monkey's Designs | guest post on Underground Crafter
Angela Plunkett from Little Monkeys Designs.

Angela Plunkett is a crochet designer, maker, and Etsy shop owner. Angela has a great interest in sustainability, so she works exclusively with eco-friendly yarn mills. (You can learn more about eco-friendly yarns in this guest post by Lindsay Lewchuk.) While you can use any yarn you prefer with Angela’s patterns, you can also purchase DIY Yarn and Pattern Kits from her if you can’t find eco-friendly yarns locally. Angela sells patterns and kits on her website, Little Monkeys Designs, as well as on Etsy at Little Monkey Shop.

Jane's Cowl, free #crochet pattern by Little Monkey's Designs | guest post on Underground Crafter

You can also find Angela on Little Monkey Shop blog | Craftsy | Facebook | G+ | Instagram | Pinterest | Ravelry | Twitter

Jane’s Cowl

Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Designs

Jane's Cowl, free #crochet pattern by Little Monkey's Designs | guest post on Underground CrafterUS terms 504-medium 50Inspired by Jane Eyre, this cowl has a beautiful textured body and a lacy edging. The ends are buttoned together to add some flare and decoration.

Finished Size

  • 9” (23 cm) height x 25” (63.5 cm) circumference

Materials

  • Laramie by Mountain Meadow Wool ~ 3 oz or 168 yds ~ 2 colors
  • Crochet Hook – US Size J-10 (6 mm)
  • 3 Buttons – 1 3/16” or similar size

Abbreviations

  • ch – chain
  • st – stitches
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • sk – skip
  • tch – turning chain

Special Stitch

  • Wattle stitch – (sc, ch 1, dc) in same stitch

Notes

  • To increase or decrease the size of the cowl, increase or decrease number of beginning stitches in multiples of 12.
  • To increase or decrease the height of the cowl, increase or decrease the number of row repeats in multiples of 4.


Directions

  • Color A (grey)
  • Row 1: Ch 90. Starting in 3rd chain from hook *(sc, ch1, dc) in next chain, sk 2 ch*, repeat *-* across row to last ch, sc in last chain. Turn.
  • Row 2: Ch 1 loosely (counts as a sc), sk 1st sc and next dc, *(sc, ch 1, dc) into next ch1 space, sk next sc and next dc*, repeat *-* across row to last ch space, (sc, ch 1, dc) into next ch1 space, sk last sc, sc in tch (beginning ch 1 from previous row). Turn.
  • Rows 3-24: Repeat Row 2. Don’t fasten off.

Edging

  • Change to Color B (cream), working along the top of the cowl: *(Ch 3, 2 dc) in same stitch, skip 2 chs, sc in next ch*, repeat *-* across top of cowl. When you get to the end, work same stitch pattern down the side using the loops at the end/beginning of each row as a stitch. Spread them out – you should have 8 (Ch 3, 2 dc) down the side.
  • Fasten off and weave in ends.
  • Sew buttons on opposite end of cowl. Use space between your stitches for your buttonholes.
Photos and pattern © 2016 by Angela Plunket (Little Monkeys Designs) and published with permission on Underground Crafter. Please do NOT copy, sell, or redistribute this pattern in any way. You are welcome to sell finished items. Please provide a link to Angela’s website at www.LittleMonkeysDesigns.com when selling finished products online. For pattern support, contact Angela at littlemonkeysdesigns@gmail.com with questions.
Jane's Cowl, free crochet pattern by Little Monkeys Designs | Guest post on Underground Crafter | Inspired by Jane Eyre, this cowl has a beautiful textured body and a lacy edging. The ends are buttoned together to add some flare and decoration.

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