The Purple Fields Crochet Cable Cowl with FREE Pattern! - YarnHookNeedles

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Today’s project is so awesome and fun! I am most certain you will love creating something from this cool new crochet cable stitch.

It is a larger, exaggerated take on the traditional cabled wheat stitch. Just to get an idea of how the cable worked up, I created this cabled cowl.

I will be sharing however, the necessary multiples for creating blankets, scarves and more! Let’s start first with the pattern for making this beautiful cowl!

FOR THIS PROJECT:

I used the awesome YarnBee yarn from Hobby Lobby in the colors;

– hot grape

– violet

They came from; the soft secret line of the YarnBee yarns.

Hook size was J/6mm

THE PATTERN:

Working in multiples of 9 + 6 (these 6 are the edging of your project. There will be 3 on both sides of your work)

We will begin our foundation chain with 106

ROW 1 – starting in the second CH from the hook you will HDC (half double crochet) all the way across, CH 1, turn.

ROW 2 – HDC in next 3 stitches, *FPDC in next 3 post sts, 1 HDC in next st, FPD in next 3 stitches. Repeat from * all the way across until the last 3 sts. You will place a HDC in each of the last 3 sts. CH 1, turn.

ROW 3 – HDC in next 3 sts, *BPDC (back post double crochet) in next 3 post sts, 1 HDC in next st, BPDC in next 3 post stitches. Repeat from * all the way across until the last 3 sts. You will place a HDC in each of the last 3 sts. CH 1, turn.

ROW 4 – HDC in next 3 sts, skip 3 sts, * HDC in next st, FPTR (front post treble crochet) in next 3 FPDC sts. WORKING BACKWARDS BEHIND THE FPTR STS, place a FPTR in each of the skipped stitches, HDC in next st, skip 3 sts, FPTR in the next 3 st posts. WORKING BACKWARDS IN FRONT OF THE FPTR STS, place a FPTR in each of the skipped stitches. Repeat from * all the way across until the last 3 sts. You will place a HDC in each of the last 3 sts. CH 1, turn.

ROW 5 – HDC in next 3 sts, *BPDC in next 3 post sts, HDC in the same HDC space, BPDC in next 3 post sts, HDC in the HDC space of the previous row. Repeat from * all the way across until the last 3 sts. You will place a HDC in each of the last 3 sts. CH 1, turn.

ROW 6 – (however high you need your project) : repeat rows 2-5

 

You can decide how you. Would. Like to finish off your project. I would suggest adding a final row of HDC to mimic your initial row.

When making this cowl I worked one color skein until I ran out of yarn and then used the other color skein to finish. I am not sure how many rows total I worked but if you just use 2 skeins of whatever color(s) you choose it will be about the same length as mine.

Below is a printable you can use to determine your blanket size. If you’re wanting to make a scarf I would create one using 1, 2 or 3 wheat cables. Just follow the multiples count (the multiple is for making one complete wheat Cable plus the edging).

I am working right now to add a video tutorial to all of the crochet cable patterns I have created so far. I should have them up on our YHNStudios YouTube channel by the end of this week!

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What are your thoughts on an eBook filled with crochet cable patterns?

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2 thoughts on “The Purple Fields Cable Cowl with FREE Pattern! – YarnHookNeedles”

  1. Lovely pattern. Do you just stitch the ends together gether? Or buttons ? I like yours but am unclear of joining. Thanks.
    Mary

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