I have been making tons of those fantastic crocheted cowl scarves that are so trendy right now. I think I must have six of them for myself, with another two made as gifts! My daughter was enthralled with some of the gorgeous fluffy white yarn I bought for myself, so I figured I would whip her up her own trendy cowl scarf with the leftover yarn from my own. The yarn was so cozy I thought it would be perfect for a cold winter evening.
This is a super easy crochet pattern that even the most inexperienced beginner can do! The whole scarf takes about an hour to come together fully, less if you are not a novice and know what you're doing. And wouldn't these make adorable Christmas presents? My daughter is already asking me for a "sparkly pink one."
*Edited to add, I have since made the adult version of this scarf here, as well as a matching headband here. Both are also free patterns we have available for you to use! This yarn and my N hook are so addictive.*
Girl's Cowl Scarf Crochet Pattern:
You will need:
One skein of a "chunky" yarn. I used Bernat's baby blanket yarn in white. This is an extremely chunky yarn that is super soft and snuggly.
An N hook
Terms used in this pattern: Ch: Chain (for the foundation chain), Hdc: Half Double Crochet, Sl st: Slip stitch
Ch 36. Sl st chain ends together into a circle, taking care not to twist the chain.
Ch 1 (this counts as the first hdc), then in next st begin hdc. Hdc 35 around. Sl st to join.
Repeat 7 times. Weave in ends to finish.
Like I said, easy right? Now go make one (or ten) of your own for the little girls and dudes in your life.