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Stormy Night Crochet Ribbed Cowl Pattern

The Stormy Night Crochet Ribbed Cowl is the perfect accessory to make and add to your wardrobe.  Made with Red Heart Boutique Infinity yarn, the cowl works up quickly and can be easily finished in as little as an hour!


Hello there!  I have another fun and easy project to share with you today… the Stormy Night Crochet Ribbed Cowl Pattern.  This is a super quick and easy pattern to follow/make so it would be a perfect last minute gift.

The pattern features Red Heart Boutique Infinity yarn. The chunky nature of the yarn is the reason this project can be worked up so quickly.  If you have not tried this yarn yet, I highly recommend it!  It’s soft, plush, and has a little hint of a sparkle running through it to give it bit of a metallic sheen.


I hope you give this pattern a try!  If you do, be sure to drop me a line in the comments below!

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Stormy Night Crochet Ribbed Cowl Pattern



Finished Measurement

  • Approximately 12 inches by 17 inches laying flat


  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • st – stitch


Chain 33

Row 1: starting in 4th chain from hook, dc, and dc in each chain to the end.  Turn.

Row 2: ch 3, dc in each st across row in back loops only.  Turn.

Repeat Row 2 until piece is approximately 34 inches long.

Lay piece out flat with the front face side up (the piece is reversible so whichever side is your prettier side – make sure this is face up).

Fold in half so that the starting end and beginning ends are touching.

Line up your stitches and single crochet the two ends together to form your cowl.

Cut yarn and weave in any ends.  Turn cowl right side out and you’re done!



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  1. Fold in half for stormy cowl you mean beginning starting and ending end to connect together? Or fold half equator all to start to end then connect begins to end? Sorry but I want to make sure to clarify that and thank you so much and I m glad I discovered your pattern

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