I thought you would like this easy project, its perfect for a last minute Christmas gift. But this one is for me!
It uses chunky yarn (I’m using Debbie Bliss Rialto Chunky 250g (5 x50g) but you should be able to use any chunky yarn, amounts vary. I'm using 250-300g and a 6mm hook
The origianl pattern credit is Bellacoco link here but I've added my notes that I think are easier to follow.
So this is how you make it ....
Foundation chain : Chain 23
Round one: tr into 4th chain from hook, ch1, tr into the same chain space. *Skip 2 chains, tr, ch1, tr into the same chain space* repeat 6 times, tr into last chain space. Chain 3 turn
Round two : *tr into chain 1 space of V stitch from the previous row, ch1, tr into the same chain space* repeat 7 times, chain 3 turn
Repeat round 2 until you reach your desired length. 65 rows should be enough.
Connect the two ends of your cowl together using slip stitch or you can sew the ends together using the long yarn end and a darning needle (use your preferred method)
That’s it, a simple weekend project to keep you warm!