Posted by: trimitup | January 29, 2011

Free Crochet Mobius Cowl pattern

As much as I like to knit, I also like to crochet now and then.  This pattern is so easy and fun to make:

I used Bulky yarn and size L (8.0mm) Crochet hook

Make a chain of 15, now single crochet (sc) in every chain across.  You should have 14 sc stitches at this point.

Chain 1, sc across in the back loop of each sc to the end, Continue with every row the same. Crochet till the scarf is about 26-34″ long or as long as you wish.  Now twist once to make the mobius then crochet the two ends together.  Weave in ends and you are ready to wear it!  You can make the scarf wider if you like, or change the yarn to worsted weight yarn and add more chains at the beginning. (Don’t forget to make adjustments accordingly.)

If you are not interested in making this scarf but would still like to have one, you can buy them  ready to wear at my Etsy shop,  trimitup.etsy.com  They really make a nice gift.

Please let me know what you thinks, and if you make it, let me know how it turns out!

Happy knitting (crochet)  marilynknits 🙂

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  1. Whipped one up tonight in Homespun! Love it! Going to make a headwarmer to match with whats left of the skein! Thanks for this great pattern. My family members will be glad as well, as I plan to make more of them tomorrow! Ice storm here – I can make these without power!

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  3. did a quick Christmas gift out of Misti Alpaca. Easy and beautiful!!

    • Ooooo nice yarn, would love to see it! 🙂

  4. Very nice pattern. With a large hook, it’s making a fluffy soft cowl. I’d not change anything.

    • Thank you!!!

  5. […] This is a cowl I made for myself, it’s a nice long one that I can twist twice and have a nice look to it. I used the same pattern as above, just made it longer. Love that pattern, it’s so simple, yet so versatile.  Got it from here, Mobius Cowl pattern from Marilyn Knits. […]

  6. Very easy and quick cowl. Thx for the pattern. Have made 2 already – homespun yarn but different colours for my twin nieces. Beautiful indeed.


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