Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl

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Are you looking for a good Netflix project? This Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl is double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter.

Scroll down to see the Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern or you may choose to purchase the ad-free, printable PDF crochet pattern HERE on ETSY or HERE on Ravelry.

Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

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Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

Everyone loves easy and relaxing crochet projects, and I am so excited to show you this modern design – the Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl!

The Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl is one of those fall wardrobe essentials that you can wear every single day. Worked in the round to create a double layer of fabric, this moebius crochet cowl has a feminine look and feels amazing around your neck and keeps you warm.

These days, with newborn on board, I have really been wanting to work on easy and mindless project that do not require much thinking. These types of projects are my favourites since I can work on them wherever I am around the house without needing to focus.

Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

The Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl is worked in rounds forming a long tube and then the ends are seamed together creating a moebius twist. For the entire moebius cowl, you will be working half double crochet under three loops.

Finished measurements are easily adjustable. The initial number of chain stitches determines the width of the moebius crochet cowl while the number of rows determines the circumference of the moebius cowl.

Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

The knit-look and rhythmic half double crochet between the stitches ensures this moebius crochet cowl pattern is an oasis of crochet zen! And you’ll find this reversible pattern very easy to substitute yarns for what you have on hand.

For the sample shown above, I wanted to work with what I already had in my stash. So, I grabbed 2 skeins of Dye Dye Done Alpa-Si-Li in Frozen Lilac, an alpaca, silk and linen blend, a match made in heaven, if you ask me.

Take your time and enjoy the process on this moebius crochet cowl, the end result is to die for! 

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Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

LILAC MOEBIUS CROCHET COWL FREE PATTERN

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Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

Materials & Tools:

  1. Yarn 2 skeins of Dye Dye Done Alpa-Si-Li 100g = 400m, 50% Baby Alpaca, 25% Silk, 25% Linen or any other fingering weight yarn which gives you the correct gauge. Shown in colorway Frozen Lilac.
  2. Hook size 3.5mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge,
  3. Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends),
  4. Scissors,
  5. Stitch marker.

Level:

Adventurous beginner.

Sizes:

one size, adjustable:

Height – 10”/25cm

Circumference – 28.75”/73cm

Gauge after blocking:

19 sts and 19 rows to 10 x 10cm (4 x 4”) using 3.5mm hook with hdc worked under three loops.

If necessary, adjust hook size to obtain the correct gauge.

Before you measure, please take the time to block your swatch in the same manner that you will block your cowl.

General Notes:

  • The cowl is worked in one continuous spiral of half double crochet worked under three loops.
  • The measurements of the cowl are easily adjustable To increase the circumference of the cowl, increase the number of rows. To decrease the circumference of the cowl, decrease the number rows.
  • To increase the height of the cowl, increase the chains. To decrease the height of the cowl, decrease the chains.

Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):

ch(s) – chain(s) stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)

slst – slip stitch

yo – yarn over

hdc – half double crochet – yo, insert hook under three loops, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through all three loops.

M – marker

PM – place marker

BOR – beginning of the round

Lilac Moebius Crochet Cowl free crochet pattern. Double-thick, extra cozy, and perfect for a beginner crocheter

PATTERN

Read all Notes before you start.

Ch 101.

Note: If you wish to modify the width, add/substract chains.

Round 1: hdc in second ch from hook, place BOR marker, hdc in each ch around until BOR. (do not join, do not turn)

When you reach the end of your round, remove the marker. Work your next hdc into the marked stitch, then replace the marker into the stitch you just worked. Next, work hdc in each stitch around in continuous spiral until your work measures 73cm/28.75” and reposition BOR as you go.

Fasten off and leave long end for sewing, weave in all ends and block your cowl.

Joining

With right side facing you, lay the work in front of you and rotate one edge of the cowl by 180 degrees so the cowl forms a moebius tube. Join both edges together using mattress stitch (or or your favourite method).

Weave the final loose end.

If you have any suggestions or have detected any mistakes, please feel free to email me at mycrochetory@gmail.com

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