Jumbo Turtleneck Cowl

This crochet Jumbo Cowl is the warmest thing I’ve ever made! It was made with 4 strands of yarn held together and an S-hook and as a result of these two factors, it literally takes about 2 hours to make!

You can make it in the CRAZIEST colors or 4 strands of the different shades of one color. This project gives you many options. Enjoy this free crochet pattern and get creative!

SKILL LEVEL:

INTERMEDIATE

You should already know how to Chain and Double Crochet.

MATERIALS:

  • Four strands of yarn of your choice
  • S – 35/19mm Hook
  • Blunt needle
  • Scissors

NOTES:

  • Four strands of yarn were used for this project, BUT you can use up to 5 strands of yarn with an S-hook so have fun with that!
  • You CAN sell your finished products using this pattern BUT please do me a solid and link back to me here at Martiancreations.com for credit. It’s the nice thing to do because you are a decent human being. Oh! and don’t use my photos to sell your work, that’s just wrong. Don’t be that person.
  • This is unisex but if you need it longer for a male just work a few more rows after ROW 13 and you will be in business!

CROCHET ABBREVIATIONS:

  • CH-Chain
  • DC-Double Crochet
  • FO-Finish Off

JUMBO TURTLENECK COWL PATTERN:

With an S-hook and 4 strands of yarn

CH 4

ROW 1: 3 DC in first CH= 4 DC

ROW 2: CH 3, DC in same stitch as CH 3, DC in next 2 STs, 2 DC in last ST=6 DC

ROW 3-7: Repeat ROW 2

ROW 8-13: CH 3, DC in next ST =16 DC

 

START OF THE NECK

RND 14: CH 10, careful not to twist, join CH to the 1st DC of ROW 13. CH 3, DC in each ST of cowl (16 DC) and DC in each CH (10) =26 DC. Join to first ST

NOTE: From this point on you can either join between row or work continuous using a stitch marker. Both ways would work. I chose to work with joinings in this pattern.

RND 15-19: CH 3, DC in each around.

Finish Off and use your blunt needle to sew in ends and enjoy!

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Through my 15+ years of crocheting, I have made it my goal to show the world we are more than just doily and blanket makers. And as a curious DIY crafter, I’m always getting into other projects away from the hook and yarn too.

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