Today’s crochet from Etsy pick is a hooded cowl by BessetteArt. I really love hooded cowls and think that this one is shaped and styled in a lovely way.
Have you found out what pattern she is using? I cant figure out how she makes it
@CassandraMcFall Nope, not sure on the pattern she uses. You can contact her via Etsy and see if that is information she’s willing to share or not. Otherwise a search of “hooded cowl” in the Ravelry pattern database does turn up a ton of great pattern options including:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/marte-a-crocodile-stitch-hood (for sale)
http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/L10587.html?noImages=0 (free crochet pattern)
Chain many – decide how long you want cowl to be by using a strand of yarn – then chaing that many stitches. Use a P hook and two strands of yarn (you will you about 4 skeins total but have 1/2 of two left). Alternate single crochet and double crochet until you have about a 13 inch width. Slip stitch ends together.
how you do a Alternate single crochet and double crochet I looked up on youtube didnt found it
Single crochet in one stitch, double crochet in next stitch, single crochet in next stitch, double crochet in next stitch, etc. Hope that helps!
I think it means alternate ROWS (row of sc and row of dc).
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