Green Gradient Cowl free corhcet pattern by Jessie At Home

Green Gradient Cowl
Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

This spiraling color cowl makes a great addition to your winter wardrobe. The Green Gradient Cowl is worked with all 5 colors at once in a spiral. Stitch markers are used to help you keep track of where to start and stop each color. Once you get the hang of it, it really moves along, but you do need to follow the pattern carefully to be sure you are on the right path. There are no seams/jumps in the color pattern because of the way it is made, so you end up with a very professional looking finished creation!

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Size:
23″ around, 9″ tall

Yarn:
Premier Yarn D.I.Y. Gradient in Green: Colors A-E – 22 g of each color, worsted weight

Hook:
US-I/9, 5.5mm

Gauge:
12 sts x 15 rows = 4” [10 cm] in sc

Other supplies:
5 stitch markers
yarn needle

Stitches and Abbreviations:
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
sl st – slip stitch
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)

Getting Started:
The first color out of the box is Color A, the second color is Color B, and so on.

Pattern:
Rnd 1: With Color A, ch 20, pull loop long so it doesn’t unravel and remove hook, with Color B, ch 21, working into Color A sc in first (ch, skip 1, ch 1, sc in next ch) to end of chain, place a marker on last st made, pull loop long and remove hook, with Color C, ch 20, working into Color B sc in first ch, (skip 1, ch 1, sc in next ch) to end of ch, place a marker on last st made, pull loop long and remove hook, with Color D, ch 20, working into Color C sc in first ch, (skip 1, ch 1, sc in next ch) to end of ch, place a marker on last st made, pull loop long and remove hook, with Color E, ch 20, working into Color D sc in first ch, (skip 1, ch 1, sc in next ch) to end of ch, place a marker on last st made, pull loop long and remove hook, being careful not to twist: pick up Color A, working into Color E sc in first ch, (skip 1, ch 1, sc in next ch) to end of ch, place a marker on last st made, pull loop long and remove hook.
Rnd 2: *With Color A, (ch 1, sc in next ch-1 sp) to next marker, remove marker and replace it on last sc made, pull loop long and remove hook; repeat from * with Color E, then D, then C, then B.

Repeat rnd 2 to desired height. Cut all yarns and weave in all ends.

Wear or give and enjoy!


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10 Comments

10 Comments on Green Gradient Cowl

  1. Are there any pics of the work in progress for the first few rows because I can’t make heads or tails of the written pattern.

      • At what point do you join or is it worked in a rectangle? I get that you work each color on top of each other, but when you get to row E, you then bring up Color A? Its not clear.

        • You start out with a ch 20 in color A, then you join color B and chain 21 then work into the chains from color A, you continue like this all the way around, and when you finish Color E, you pick up color A and work into the color E chains, this joins the round.

  2. Also, color A you work 20 stitches but B you indicate 21 stitches and then C/D/E are all indicated as 20 stitches…is “21” for B an error?

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