Crochet Cowl Pattern - Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap

Crochet Cowl Pattern

The latest in the line, Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap is a free crochet cowl pattern. With more than 8 different ways to wear this cowl wrap, it is the most versatile in the line.

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- and now three. (Find the Coraline in Morocco Cowl HERE and see the difference in width by scrolling down the page past the pattern.)

I made this special for Coraline. She travels solo and goes wherever the culture leads. Yes. It’s CORAline, not Caroline. She’s headed to San Francisco next week and loves the other cowls I’ve made for her as she’s been on sabbatical. She wanted a wrap this time for her cool morning bike rides to the gallery. Coraline doesn’t crochet, but she’s starting to wish she did.

This 4-skein pattern works up quickly and is easy intermediate.

Crochet Cowl Pattern - Coraline in San Francisco,

Coraline in San Francisco

Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap - Wear it 8 different ways - free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

  Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap - Wear it 8 different ways - free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap - Wear it 8 different ways - free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap - Wear it 8 different ways - free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap - Wear it 8 different ways - free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible


2 skeins of Red Heart Reflective Neon Pink (5 Bulky) – 176 yds
2 skeins of Red Heart Reflective Grey (5 Bulky) – 176 yds

Materials:  L-hook, 11/8.00mm, Scissors, Yarn, needle

Difficulty:  Easy

Size: One size fits most teens and adults

Measurements in Pattern: Length 64″, width 14″

Gauge: 4″: 9 stitches, 5 rounds

Stitch Guide in American Terms

ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
fhdc – foundation half double crochet (See VIDEO Below)
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
sk – skip
dc – double crochet

Chain counts as a stitch throughout.
Join new color finishing the last stitch of the previous row.

Read my Review of Red Heart Reflective HERE.

Coraline in San Francisco Cowl Wrap Instruction:

R1: using Neon Pink, ch1, fhdc 145, sl st into chain to form a loop, do not turn – 146 stitches
R2: ch3, *sk1, dc, ch1; repeat from * 71 times, join to 2nd chain, do not turn – 146
R3-9: repeat round 2 – 146.
Join Grey
R10-16: using Grey, repeat round 2 – 146
R17: ch1, working in both the stitches and chains hdc 145 around, sl st, fasten off, break yarn, work in the tails. – 146


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