Moss Stitch Cowl – Crochet Pattern
2, 50g balls Willow & Lark Ramble yarn – one ball each of 2 different colors (Thunder Grey & Rose are pictured)
US G (4 mm) crochet hook
Abbreviations & Terms
Clr A – color A (grey)
fsc – foundation single crochet (tutorial)
sl – slip
rnd – round
Clr B – color B (pink)
ch – chain
sk – skip
sc – single crochet
rep – repeat
arnd – around
ch-1 sp – chain one space
Gauge & dimensions: 22 sc & 24 rows over 4″. Finished cowl measures 24″ in circumference and 8″ tall.
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Using Clr A, fsc 130, sl to join into round.
Rnd 1. Clr B: *Ch 1, sc 1, ch 1, sk next sc; rep from * arnd, sl to join.
Rnd 2. Clr A: Ch 2, sk first sc, sc in ch-1 sp, *ch 1, sc in the next ch-1 sp; rep from * arnd, sl to join in second ch of ch 2 from beginning of rnd.
Rep rnds 1-2 until nearly out of yarn.
Last rnd. Using Clr B, Ch1, sc 130 (working in both sc and ch sts), sl to join.
Break yarn ends and draw tail through to secure. Weave in all ends and wet block to finish.
If you’re hoping to alter the number of stitches worked in this pattern, make sure you’re always working with an even number.
Yarn was provided by LoveKnitting/Willow & Lark.
This is a beautiful pattern! I’m just a little confused. For round one, when I repeat from the * around, does that create a chain 2 space because it ends in ch1, skip a stitch and then you start again with another chain 1?
Try watching this tutorial on crocheting moss stitch in the round: https://youtu.be/XNJ16CvS2E0