When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing cozier than a warm cowl scarf. This pattern is essentially the same as my Crochet Buttoned Mug Sweater but on a larger scale. I’ve also added a button on the inside to keep it from sliding.
• Worsted Weight Yarn
• Size US J10/6.00 MM Crochet Hook
• Tapestry Needle
• Tow Large Buttons
• Leaving a small yarn tail, create a slip knot and ch-38.
• 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook.
• *Ch-3. Sk 3 chs. 1 sc in next ch. Rep from * across.
• 4 dc in each ch-3 sp across.
• 1 dc in top of last st.
• 1 sc in first sp.
• *Ch-3. 1 sc between next cluster of dcs. Rep from * across.
• 1 sc in last ch sp.
Rep rows 2 through 3 until fabric measures about 30” long and end on a row 2 (should be about 73 rows).
Create a border around:
• 4 sc in each ch sp on the side for each dc row. 4 dc in each ch-3 sp across the bottom (1 sc/ch-2 in each corner). 4 sc in each ch sp on the other side for each dc row.
• Cut yarn with scissors and fasten off yarn tail and any other loose ends with tapestry needle. Fold over to make collar. Attach buttons (one on inside and on outside). The image below shows where to attach them. Use the spacing between your clusters to hook the buttons to your work after they’ve been attached.
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