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Deep Chocolate Hunter’s Cowl
I used 2 threads of Lion Brand Soft Yarn together.. OR.. You could use a Chunky Soft Yarn
NOTE: Rough Yarns make this come out Stiff looking.
Crochet Hook size K 6.5mm
*To make Chainless DC stitch. Chain 3, yarn over, go into first stitch, Pull yarn through first stitch,
yarn over, go through first stitch, then yarn over go through 2, then yarn over and go through last two.
Then Yarn Over, go back to top stitch and repeat…
NECK AREA:
Make 22 Chainless DC’s. Chain 3
Turn work around Skip first chain, then using back loops ONLY Make DC’s across.
And repeat for Rows 2 thru 58 for a total of 60 chains across for neck area. Then
Chain 1 and attach sides together. Chain 1 and SC across Slip Stitch, and Chain 3
NOTE: If you want turtle neck area tighter then make less chains across.
SHOULDER AREA:
Row 1:
Make 2 DC’s then increase (2 DC’s in same stitch) in every 3rd DC across. Slip Stitch, Chain 3
Row 2:
Make 3 DC’s then increase in every 4th DC across. Slip Stitch, Chain 1
*Change color to Forest Green
Row 3:
SC across. THEN Change color back to Dark Brown, and Chain 3
Row 4:
Make 2 DC’s then increase in every 3rd DC across. Slip Stitch.
Row 5:
Chain 6 then then SC into 3rd stitch from chain, (creating small Picot) then chain 3 and Skip next two
stitches and attach to 3rd stitch with SC creating a V. Repeat all the way around. Slip stitch, Cut yarn
and sew ends.
Row 6:
Make Slip stitch and attach to top of Picot. Make 5 chains and attach to each picot around, then Slip
Stitch and Chain 1.
Row 7:
SC in each stitch around, Slip stitch, Chain 1
Row 8:
SC in each stitch around, Slip stitch, Chain 1
Row 9:
SC in each stitch around, Slip stitch, Cut yarn and sew ends.
BODY:
Row 1:
Make 30 Chainless DC’s, Chain 3, turn work around.
*Working on Back Loops ONLY…
Row 2:
DC across, making increase in beginning and ending chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 3:
DC across, making increase in every 10th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Rows 4 and 5:
DC all the way across. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 6:
DC across, making increase in every 9th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 7:
DC across, making increase in every 8th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 8 and 9:
DC all the way across. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 10:
DC across, making increase in every 7th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3. , turn work around.
Row 11:
DC across, making increase in every 6th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 12 and 13:
DC all the way across. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 14:
DC across, making increase in every 5th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 15:
DC across, making increase in every 4th chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 16 and 17:
DC all the way across. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 18:
DC across, making increase in every 3rd chain. Slip Stitch, Chain 3, turn work around.
Row 19 through Row 22
DC all the way across. Slip Stitch, Cut and Sew ends.

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