Lily Cowl Crochet Pattern
Hi all! I hope you’re enjoying this chilly weather as much as I am. It’s the perfect weather to wrap up in a crochet scarf, don’t you think?
Well, I wanted to share my latest creation with you too. I tested out the intricate Lily of the Valley stitch in my Lily crochet cowl. This crochet stitch is so easy. It’s only a series of double crochet in a one-row repeat but it looks complex and impressive.
The detail of the stitching in this infinity scarf crochet pattern looks beautiful with the Karaoke yarn. It only took about 440 yards of yarn, so it’s a quick and easy crochet cowl pattern to stitch up. I initially liked this yarn because my daughter’s favorite color is purple, and I knew she’d love whatever I made. And I had 4 skeins of it, so it was perfect for this crochet cowl.
The yarn has a subtle gradient, which adds a rich dimension to the crochet infinity scarf pattern. The Karaoke is a soy silk/wool blend. It’s soft and great for felting too. And it comes in a ton of vibrant shades.
With the lacy crochet stitches, this crochet neck warmer would make a great gift this holiday season. Or keep one for yourself. It’s perfect for chilly weather and the color is beautiful on anyone. And it’s one of my many free crochet cowl patterns, which is always a plus!
I’ve been stitching up crochet projects like a madwoman. I’ve even been experimenting with stitch patterns, such as the shell stitch in my new Simple Shells Light Wrap. It’s perfect for a walk outdoors or to take on vacation. You could even wear it as a neck warmer.
Lily Cowl Crochet Pattern
Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology
SKILL LEVEL: EASY
- Hook: U.S. J10/6.0mm
- Worsted weight yarn – 440 yds (Karaoke Yarn used in these photos)
- Darning Needle & Scissors
- st = stitch
- sk = skip
- ch = chain
- dc = double crochet
FINISHED SIZE: 14” high x 13.5” wide (folded in half)
Start by chaining 56 chains
Row 1: 3dc in the 4th chain from the hook, * sk 3 chains, 3dc in the next stitch. Repeat from * across the rest of the row ending with 2 dc in the last stitch. Ch3, turn. (see photo 1)
Row 2: 1 dc into the space after the 2 dc’s (photo 2), then dc all the way down into middle chain of that space (ch 2 of the 3 chains) from our initial row of chains making sure to pull up to the same height as your dc before this one (photo 3), 1 dc into the space before the next 3 dc start (photo 4-5); *skip 3 dc, dc into space (photo 6), dc into middle chain from row below, dc into space before next set of 3 dc’s*, repeat from * across rest of row ending with 2 dc in the space between the last 2 dc’s from the previous rows. Ch3, turn.
Row 3: 1 dc into the space after the 2 dc’s, then dc into the middle dc (of the 3 dc below the space) from the previous row making sure to pull up to the same height as the previous dc , 1 dc into the space before the next 3 dc start; *skip 3 dc, dc into space , then dc into the middle dc from the previous row making sure to pull up to the same height as the previous dc , 1 dc into the space before the next 3 dc start*, repeat from * across rest of row ending with 2 dc in the space between the last 2 dc’s from the previous rows. Ch3, turn.
Repeat Row 3 for rest of pattern until you’ve reached 27” inches or desired length.
Finishing: Fold in half and seam the edges together using the whip stitch. Weave in any loose ends.
Check out these other great neck warmer crochet patterns: Button Up Squares Cowl Neck Warmer, Easy Breezy Buttoned Cowl, Big Chunky Scarf, Winter Wonderland Scarf, Hooded Crochet Scarf, Ocean Swell Modius Wrap