C2C Linen Cowl by Amanda Mannas

C2C Linen Cowl

January 2021
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in linen stitch
6.0 mm (J)
150 yards (137 m)
one size
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The C2C Linen Cowl is an adventurous beginner crochet pattern. Worked from corner to corner in linen stitch this cowl is a great choice for using up a single skein of heavily variegated worsted weight yarn. It also works up well using handspun yarn or even worsted weight scraps! Instructions are provided for styling the cowl two different ways, but due to the ch-1 spaces throughout the cowl you can create endless possibilities for fashioning it shut.

This pattern is written using written instructions in US crochet terms.

The C2C Linen Cowl is a one size cowl with instructions for altering both height and width.

Finished Height: 6.5”
Finished Length: 23.25”

Yarn Requirements
150yds (137m) Worsted Weight
-Pictured Using
Cat Tails Persian 4ply Worsted 40%
Superwash Merino, 30% Silk, 30% Baby
Alpaca, 150 yds (137m) / 100g (3.53oz)
(Shown in color Snowballs)
-Also Pictured Using
Schmutzerella Yarns Dory 80% Merino Wool
10% Cashmere 10% Nylon, 181 yds (166m) / 100g (3.53oz)
(Shown in color Pretty Cunning, Don’t You Think?)

Crochet Hook
Size J (6.00 mm). Adjust hook size as necessary to obtain gauge.

18 stitches x 16 rows = 4” in linen stitch, after blocking. Count both single crochet and
chains when measuring gauge.

5 buttons size 5/8” or 15mm
Tapestry needle
Coordinating thread
2 Removable stitch markers (optional)