If you have been with me for any length of time here on my little crochet blog, then you may have picked up on the fact that I LOVE: one skein projects, Caron Cakes yarn, texture, and fast, functional and stylish pieces. Sound familiar? Yep! I talk about it all the time. And today's free crochet pattern hits ALL of these marks. Keep reading for the free Sprinkles Cowl crochet pattern :)
So it is no secret that I love Caron Cakes yarn! I have "been on the bandwagon" so to speak since they were first release last year, so I was super excited when they expanded the line a few weeks ago. What was I most excited for? The Sprinkle Cakes of course! I love love love the bulky texture, cozy neutral colors and the bright pops of "sprinkles" color.
This cowl uses one of my favorite simple stitches that produces amazing texture - the baby bean stitch. If you need help with it, check out the video below ;) It can, of course, be made with any super bulky yarn of your choice and you should be able to finish it in just a few hours! This cowl will make a perfect, quick gift for the holiday season or a last minute cozy accessory for yourself.
One cake/skein of Caron Cakes Sprinkle Cakes yarn (I used 'Birthday Cake') - or approx. 204 yds of a comparable Super Bulky (6) yarn
L/8.0mm crochet hook (I used Clover Amour)
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
BB: baby bean stitch
Baby bean stitch: insert hook into stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, insert hook into same stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through all 4 loops on your hook.
4 BB sts x 6 rows = approx. 4" square
Length (before joining) = 34"
Width (approx.) = 10"
ch sts at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch
To adjust the width of the cowl, just make sure your starting chain is an even number.
To adjust the length of this cowl, add or subtract rows as you like.
Row 1: BB in second ch from the hook, ch 1, skip 1, *BB, ch 1, skip 1, repeat from * across. (11 BB sts). Turn
Row 2-56: ch 1, *BB, ch 1, skip 1, repeat from * across (11 BB sts). Turn
When you reach the end of Row 56 (or your desired length. Tie off yarn and leave a long (2-3') tail. Using a yarn needle, sew Row 56 to your foundation chain to form your infinity scarf.
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