Mixed Up and Twisted Mobius Cowl #MixologyYarns

I recently received 3 gorgeous skeins of {mix·ol·o·gy} Yarns from Red Heart and I was definitely smitten. These {mix·ol·o·gy} Yarns are so much fun! They are chunky and colorful and would make some really great projects.

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This post contains affiliate links. I do receive a commission if you make a purchase through my link(s), which helps support my blog and allows me to bring you more great posts! I also received a complimentary skein of the yarn used in this pattern, from Red Heart Yarns, to be used in my design. I was not financially compensated to use this products in my post. 

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I was super excited to receive these samples from Red Heart and couldn’t wait to make something from them. I received one of each of the following:

  • Red Heart {mix·ol·o·gy} Prints – Sizzling
  • Red Heart {mix·ol·o·gy} Solids – Coral
  • Red Heart {mix·ol·o·gy} Swirl – Sizzling

They are super fun to work with because there are 26 different colors to use from in Prints, Solids, and Swirls and you can mix and match them to make whatever your heart desires! They are color coordinated and have the same super bulky thickness so they are easily interchangeable. For my pattern, I have used all three of my samples to create this gorgeous Mixed and Twisted Mobius Cowl. I hope you enjoy it! A HUGE thank you to Red Heart for providing these beautiful yarns! If you want to try some of the other patterns that were created using the {mix·ol·o·gy} yarns, check out Red Heart’s website!

Happy Crocheting!

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Mixed and Twisted Mobius Cowl

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Skill Level:

Easy

Abbreviations:

ch – chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
dc
 – double crochet
sk – skip
t-ch – turning chain
ch-sp – chain space
() – indicates stitch counts at end of row
* – indicates instructions to be repeated

Multiple:

Multiple of 7 + 1

Gauge:

11.2 sts and 3.2 rows = 4″

Finished Size:

8″ wide and 38″ long before seamed

Notes:

  • This pattern is written in US terms.
  • Sizing will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you crochet. Gauge is not necessary for this pattern but if you would like to keep the sizing the same, please check your gauge before starting this project.
  • Chain spaces are included in the stitch count at the end of each row.
  • This pattern is worked flat and then twisted and seamed to create a mobius.
  • Yarn changes are made in the last yarn over of the last stitch at the end of the row.

Instructions:

With Color A, Ch 22
Row 1: 2 dc into 4th ch from hook, *sk 3 sts, 1 sc into next st, ch 3, 1 dc into each of te next 3 sts** Repeat from * to ** across until there are 4 sts left, sk 3 sts, 1 sc into the last st, turn. (18)
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc into the first st (the sc), *sk the 3 dc, sc in the ch-3 sp, ch 3, 2 dc into the ch-3 sp, 1 dc into the next st (the sc)** Repeat from * to ** across, sc in the t-ch, turn. (18)
Row 3-4: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color B
Row 5-6: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 7-8: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color C
Row 9-10: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 11-12: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color B
Row 13-14: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 15-16: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color C
Row 17-18: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 19-20: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color B
Row 21-22: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 23-24: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color C
Row 25-26: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 27-28: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color B
Row 29-30: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color A
Row 31-32: Repeat Row 2. Change to Color C

Fasten off, leave a 12″ tail for sewing.

Finish:

Twist the scarf and bring the two ends together. Using yarn tail and yarn needle, sew the two ends together using a whip stitch or mattress stitch. I used the mattress stitch to seam my ends together but you can also use the whip stitch if it is easier.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Do you hold all 3 yarns together when crocheting this cowl? That is, do you use 1 strand of each yarn held together?

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