I have been seeing them in several different places and got a pattern for one. The pattern called for using two skeins of yarn on the hook. I have not done this before, even though, I gave seen different item that they have done this with.
This is what I did. I use one pound skein of black yarn and a K hook.
The first cowl I did I turn and then did Ch. 3 and in that same chain I did dc and dc across the rest. Join
First Ch. 80
Row 1 Join, Ch. 3 and dc in same stitch and dc in each Ch. Stitch across to the beginning. Join
Row 2, Ch. 3 and make a dc in that same dc were you did Ch. Dc across the rest of the row. Join.
Row 3-4, Repeat row 2.
Row 5, Ch. 3 and do dc in the same stitch. *decrease in the next 2 sts, dc* repeat * 8 times, dc across the rest of the row, join.
Row 6-12, Ch. 3 and do a dc in same stitch and dc across the rest of the row. Join.
Row 13, *decrease in the next 3 sts, dc* repeat *14 times, then dc across the rest of the row, join.
Row 14-20, Repeat Row 2.
Row 21, Reverse SC across the row (also called a crab stitch)
(see picture of crab stitch)
Fasten off, weave ends.
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