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Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Cowl

By: Erangi Udeshika from crochetforyoublog.com
Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Cowl

In the Designer's Words: "This is another pattern with Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Stitch. Its beautiful and looks so modern. The texture of this crochet stitch I used for EHC cowl looks like honeycomb. Its really stretchy."
There is no better way to brave cool winds and cold weather than with a cozy crochet cowl of your own making. Add a lovely accessory to your cold weather ensembles when you learn how to crochet this free cowl pattern. The Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Cowl is a lovely crochet pattern that allows you to add a deep, impressive texture to an often simple crochet idea. Using worsted weight or bulky yarn and 3 decorative buttons, this free crochet pattern is perfect for fall, winter, and spring weather.

Intermediate

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge13 dc and 7 rows = 4 with 6mm crochet hook.

Finished Size5 wide, 32 long

Materials List

  • Gray color = Approx: 230 yards for worsted/bulky. (400 yards total for 2 strands of Sport weight yarn)
  • 6mm crochet hook
  • 4 Buttons (3 big buttons about 1" diameter /1 small button)

I used 2 strands of sport weight yarn held together (15 WPI) for this cowl pattern, but you can use worsted/ bulky weight yarns match with the gauge instead of 2 strands of sport weight yarn.

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I am so glad I found this pattern,seems so easy to make with good results. I will be making a scarf for my friend's birthday and this will be just the thing.I bought Drops Nepal yarn in red and will match her hat. Thank you for sharing it.

Your project is absolutely beautiful and fun to create. Thank you so much for the almost knit-look crotchet pattern. It is thick, yet, soft, stretchy. I replaced the buttons with rhinestones. Do you have a particular brand of sport weight that makes it look just your picture? Thanks, Lisa

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Hi there! I had trouble accessing the blog earlier today, but I found that just clicking the link again worked fine for me. I hope that helps, and good luck!

I love the look of this Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Cowl! At first the look of the cowl had me thinking I can't do this, then I read the pattern, I can do this. Thanks to the well written directions. This will make some great gifts for winter that I know I'll be making in different colors with two strands of yarn. Thank you for this beautiful free pattern.

Wow Cheryl, I was thinking the same thing about using 2 strands of yarn but for me not sports yarn as the pattern calls for as an alternate. I am using 100% Peaches Cream Cotton yarn and it is going fast and easy. I know this was a long time ago for you, but what yarn did you use? Do you remember? Thanks, Lisa W

ILuv2Talk I don't remember the yarn I used in April? But I have made a few more out of Sweet Roll from Premier Yarns, and they came out great! I love the colors.. I was thinking that the Peaches Cream Cotton would be to heavy and hot to wear? How it is??

Yes, you are right it is very heavy but I have a ton of it from a Thrift Store purchase bulk box $2 bucks and I took it. None of the colors match. The skeins are all one roll - one of a kind. Where do you buy your Premier Yarns?

I ordered my Sweet Roll from Premier Yarns web site, they were having a great sale. Each roll was $3.00. I haven't looked at JoAnn yet, but they may have it. Sweet Roll yarn normally sells for $5.99 so I got a great deal on it. I too love buying yarn at Thrift stores. LOL

This cowl is stylish and it looks so warm! I love the buttons and the hex pattern. It's right up my alley.

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