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Coraline on Times Square Free Cowl Crochet Pattern

Coraline on Times Square Free Cowl Crochet Pattern

Coraline on Times Square free cowl crochet pattern

Here it is! My second new favorite…. When I started my Coraline in Morocco Cowl, I just knew I needed to try some variations and I could not stick to any single one, and so there were two. (Find the Coraline in Morocco Cowl HERE and see the difference in width by scrolling down the page past the pattern.)

I know she'll love it! Coraline travels solo and goes wherever the culture leads. Yes. It's CORAline, not Caroline. She's headed to New York this week and loved the cowl I made for her while she was in Morocco. She wanted this one a little bit wider and she should get it just in time. She doesn’t crochet, but I’m sending her this cowl.

The first image shows Coraline on Times Square loose around the neck while the second image is folded and up on the shoulders. This 2-skein pattern works up quickly and is easy intermediate.

Free Cowl #crochet pattern - Coraline on Times Square by Simply Collectible

Beautiful Free Cowl #crochet pattern - Coraline on Times Square by Simply Collectible

Materials:

2 skeins of Red Heart Reflective Black (5 Bulky) – 176 yds
L-hook 11/8.00mm
Scissors
Yarn needle

Read my Review of Red Heart Reflective HERE.

Abbreviations:

ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
fhdc – foundation half double crochet (video below)
hdc – half double crochet
sk – skip
dc – double crochet

Chain counts as a stitch throughout.

Gauge in pattern, 4″:  9 stitches, 5 rounds

Coraline on Times Square Cowl Pattern:

R1 ch1, fhdc 73, sl st into chain to form a loop, do not turn – 74 stitches

R2 ch3, *sk1, dc, ch1* repeat * to * 35 times, join to 2nd chain, do not turn – 74

R3-16 repeat round 2 – 74

R17 ch1, working in both the stitches and chains hdc 73 around, sl st, fasten off, break yarn, work in the tails. – 74

Width difference between Coraline in Morocco and Coraline on Times Square by Simply Collectible

The next gallery shows all 5 in the Coraline Line. I love them equally.

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How to Foundation Half Double Crochet Video by Kim Guzman

Monica Brown

Sunday 25th of January 2015

I haven't made any of these about patterns yet; I wanted to thank you first for sharing!

celinalane

Tuesday 27th of January 2015

Monica, thank you so much for mentioning it! I really appreciate you taking the time to do so.

Betsy Anderson

Saturday 17th of January 2015

Love the look of this cowl. It is beautiful! Can't wait to make one for my grown daughter!

Tina

Saturday 17th of January 2015

I love this pattern. I can't wait to get the yarn to make this for myself. I rarely find stuff I make for myself. This is topping the list!

Kelly Harder

Monday 5th of January 2015

I just found and came across this beautiful cowl. I've been looking FOREVERER for a pattern and the yarn it is made with . I found the reflective yarn from the Red Heart website, ordered some-made the cowl, and everybody keeps asking me where did I bought at. THANK U SO VERY MUCH FOR _WRITING AND PUTTING IT ON YOUR WEBSITE. I have not stopped making them, and all the office girls are lined up with their yarn, and telling them give me a couple of weeks, as I do need a break once in a while. EVERY PERSIN SHOULD HAVE ONE OF THESE SCARFS, I have a few in different colors. Again thank you, for posting this pattern. Thanks again, Kelly

celinalane

Monday 5th of January 2015

Kelly, that is fantastic! Thank you so much for telling me. I absolutely love hearing stuff like this and would love to see a picture of any of them, if you think of it. Thank you! Celina

Jennifer Thomson Draper

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

This is a beautiful scarf. It's next on my list of items to make. Have you made it in a chunky yarn? Just wondering how that would look.

celinalane

Saturday 3rd of January 2015

Hi, Jennifer ~ Red Heart Reflective is technically a bulky yarn. (I forgot to add that, but will.) I'd love to see it done in something a little chunkier than this. Great idea!