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Arcone Cowl a Free Crochet Pattern

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The Arcone Cowl is a tall order of coziness. Created to keep both your neck and face warm, this cowl covers your ears and nose when extended. Squish it down for extra snuggly neck or add buttons for a folded option.

This cowl also only uses one ball of super bulky yarn! So it works up quick and doesn’t cost much. I think I spent more on those buttons, ha! The Arcone Cowl is worked from the short end and grows in length, so if you want to add more balls of yarn to make a wide scarf or infinity cowl you can do that.

Personally I love how easy cowls are to wear. I don’t have to worry about scarf tails tangling, tripping or dipping into things. With littles around a cowl is just a better option for busy moms. These make great gifts since they work up quick and can be made in a day.

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  1. Ch 3 counts as a stitch, I highly recommend using a ch 3 alternative, here’s my favorite.
  2. Pattern is worked flat and then seamed or closed with buttons.
  3. Stitch multiple is 6 + 3.

You can also purchase {keep scrolling for the free pattern} an ad-free downloadable pdf pattern which includes lots more photos.


 Sk-skip the indicated stitch



sl st-slip stitch


dc-double crochet

Dc3tog-double crochet three together

cluster=(dc3tog + ch 2)


 4” x 4” = 7 dc x 4 dc rows

Finished dimensions=24” x 11”

Rows 1-3


 Ch 23

Row 1. Dc in the 4th ch and in each ch across, turn. (21 sts)

Row 2. Ch 3, 1 dc in each of the next 2 sts, *{dc3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in each of next 3 sts} rep from * across, turn. (21 sts)

Row 3. Ch 3, 1 dc in each of the next 2 sts, *{dc3tog, ch 2, 1 dc in each of next 3 dc}, rep from * across, turn. (21 sts)

Rows 4-20. Rep Row 3.

Row 21. Ch 3, dc in each st across. 

 Cut yarn and weave in ends. 

Add buttons or seam short ends together.

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