Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern. April Scarf of the Month Club Pattern 2019.

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This month for the Scarf of the Month Club CAL I have designed a beginner friendly and super quick scarf project for you to crochet. This is the Escape Evermore Cowl and to make one for yourself you will need 2 balls of Red Heart Evermore Yarn and an 8 mm (L) crochet hook.

This project works up lickety-split so you will probably want to make more of these as quick gifts later this year! The finished cowl is great for men and women and can be easily customized in size as no stitch multiple is needed. Scroll to the end of my post for the full written pattern.


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April Scarf of the Month Club CAL Patterns

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Peach Orchard Corner to Corner Infinity Scarf from The Stitchin’ Mommy

Escape Evermore Cowl pattern (scroll to the bottom of this post!)

Chimera Scarf Pattern from Jennifer Pionk at A Crocheted Simplicity


Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern Scarf of the Month Club April 2019 Oombawka Design

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Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern – Scarf of the Month Club CAL April 2019

Supplies

    • Yarn: Red Heart Yarn. Evermore. 3.5 oz (100 g) and 89 yds (81 m). 80% Acrylic/20% Wool. Super Bulky Weight [6]. Hand wash cold. Dry flat. Do not iron. Do not bleach. Professionally dry clean.
    • Color: 2 skeins in Escape #E858_9930.
    • Hook: 8 mm (L). I used this hook.
    • Finished Project Yardage: 200 g / 178 yds ( 7 oz / 162 m)
    • Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker

Difficulty Level

Beginner.

Finished Size

Cowl circumference (width) approximately 24 inches X 12 inches high

Gauge

Approximately 2 rows per 1.5 inch and 2 stitches per inch

You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different.

Abbreviations

US Terminology used

beg – beginning

bl – back loop

ch – chain

hdc – half double crochet

R – row

rem – remaining

rep – repeat

sc – single crochet

sk – skip

st/sts – stitch/stitches

* to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.

[] – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches

() – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space

 

Helpful Tutorials

Stitch Anatomy

Whipstitch Tutorial

Helpful Video Tutorials

Quick Stitch Guide

Slip Knot and Starting Chain

Notes:

  • This project is worked back and forth in rows, before being seamed together on the side edges to form a cowl.
  • I work in the back bump of the starting chain but you can work under the front (top) loop if you prefer.
  • The initial ch 2 counts as 1 hdc. This means you do not work an additional hdc into that very first st (because the ch 2 is already there and counting as your first hdc).
  • Remember the initial skipped chs count as the first hdc so be sure to work 1 sc into the top loop of the skipped chs when you get back to them, or you will lose 1 stitch on every other row.
  • I recommend you count your stitches from time to time to make sure you aren’t dropping stitches.
  • TIP: You can place a stitch marker in that initial ch 2 to remind yourself you need to work into it when you get back to it on the next row. This is an easy fix and will help you make your rectangle 🙂
  • Finishing can be done using a different seaming technique if you prefer. I used a whipstitch seam.
  • There is no stitch multiple for this project. 

Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern Instructions

Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern Oombawka Design

We begin by crocheting the cowl back and forth in rows to create a large rectangle. Once complete, we will seam the two side edges together to form the cowl. 

Please read the Notes section (above) for helpful tips before you begin crocheting.

R1: Ch 50, sk the first 3 chs (counts as 1 sk ch and 1 hdc), 1 hdc in the next ch and in each rem ch across. Ch 1, turn.  [48 hdc]

R2: 1 sc in BL of each hdc across. Turn. [48 sc]

R3: Ch 2 (counts as 1 hdc), 1 hdc BL of each rem sc across. Ch 1, turn. [48 hdc]

R4-R22: Rep R2 and R3

Finish off leaving a 10-inch yarn tail. Proceed to the Finishing Instructions.

 

Finishing Instructions

  • Fold the fabric in half, bringing the 2 side edges together and sew them together using a whipstitch seam.
  • Finish off at the end of the seam and weave in your ends.

Escape Evermore Cowl Pattern Scarf of the Month Club April 2019


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If you missed any of the previous Scarf of the Month Club patterns, you can find them here:

2016 Scarf of the Month Club
2017 Scarf of the Month Club
2018 Scarf of the Month Club

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  1. I hit the wrong star on rating this post! I meant 5 stars! Love this pattern. I made 2 so far. Thank you for this lovely super chunky yarn pattern.