Enchanted Evening Button Cowl – Free Pattern

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As I mentioned last week, I received an awesome surprise from Red Heart! The sent me a box with two gorgeous skeins of yarn. I used the Boutique Twilight to make my Romance in Twilight Mobius Scarf and today I am using the Boutique Infinity to make this gorgeous Enchanted Evening Button Cowl! The cowl can be worn in several different ways since it doesn’t require button holes and best of all, it only takes one skein of yarn to make it! I hope you enjoy the pattern. Happy crocheting!

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Image courtesy of Red Heart Yarns, used with permission.

Yarn Information:

Yarn ID: E828
Fiber Content: 69%Acrylic, 11% Wool, 10% Polyester,6%Nylon,4%Metallic
Skein Weight: 3.5 oz (100g)
Yardage: Approx. 129 yd (118 m)
Recommended Crochet Hook: 9mm (M-13) hook
Recommended Knitting Needle: 8mm (11 US) needles

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Enchanted Evening Button Cowl

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Skill Level:

Easy

Materials:

Abbreviations:

ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
sp – space
st(s) – stitch(es)
t-ch – turning chain
() – indicates stitch counts
* – indicates instructions to be repeated

Gauge:

3 stitches and 1 row = 1 inch

Finished Size:

26″ across before buttoned

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern is written in US terms.
  • All stitches are worked through both loops unless otherwise noted.
  • Ch-3 at the beginning of each row counts as a dc.
  • Sizing will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you crochet. Please check your gauge before starting this project.
  • This pattern is worked flat and buttoned to form a cowl. Alternately, you can seam the ends together to make a regular cowl.

Tutorials:

Instructions:

Ch 23
Row 1: 1 sc into the 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc into each st across, turn. (22)
Row 2: Ch 3 (count as 1 dc here and throughout), sk the first st, *sk the next st, 1 dc into the next st, work 1 dc into the previously skipped st; Repeat from * across, 1 dc into the last st, turn. (22)
Row 3: Ch 3, sk the first st, *sk the next st, 1 dc into the next st, work 1 dc in the previously skipped st; Repeat from * across, 1 dc into the top of the t-ch, turn. (22)
Row 4-29: Repeat Row 3. (22)
Row 30: Ch 1, 1 sc into each st across, working last sc into t-ch. (22)

Fasten off, weave all ends. (Note: If you want to seam the cowl, leave a long tail to sew the two ends together)

Finish:

  • Fold the cowl so that one end overlaps the other.
  • Arrange your buttons on the left side of the cowl (it will be the right side when you are wearing it), between rows 2 and 3.
  • Using extra yarn or a needle and thread, sew the buttons onto the cowl.
  • There are no need for button holes since the stitch pattern created spaces that you can slip the buttons through.

Enchanted Evening Button Cowl - Free Pattern | www.thestitchinmommy.comYou can wear this cowl several ways which is always fun. With no button holes, you can basically button it up any way you like!

Enchanted Evening Button Cowl - Free Pattern | www.thestitchinmommy.com

Another huge to thank you to Red Heart for sending this gorgeous yarn! I loved working with it and was inspired from the beginning. I can’t wait to try some more of Red Heart’s new yarns!

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8 Comments

    1. Thank you so much Jenny! I love when I don’t have to work buttonholes either. Believe it or not, it wasn’t my intention to make it a button cowl but then I saw the nature of the stitch and figure it would be really great 🙂

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