How to Crochet a Triangle Cowl

Triangle Cowl Pattern

Right now, it is still pretty chilly where I live and I am definitely looking forward to the weather warming it. The Triangle Cowl helps keep the chill a way while you wait for the weather to warm up.

The Triangle Cowl uses 4 skeins of Furls Wander Yarn (worsted weight) and a size J-6 mm hook, so you’ll be wearing your new cowl in no time.

Skill Level



13 herr-hdc = 4 inches

9 rows= 4 inches

Finished Measurements

Each panel measures 17” x 15”


YO= Yarn over

CH= chain

Herr-hdc = herringbone half double crochet : yo, insert hook in stitch,yo, pull through stitch and first loop on hook,(2 loops left) yo, pull through both loops.


6-J mm hook

4 skeins, or 480 yards of Furls Fiberarts Wander yarn in Tundra

tapestry needle


Headband is worked flat in one piece and seamed together in a way that creates the knotted twist. Beginning CH count as a stitch, unless otherwise specified.


Make 2.

Ch. 63.

Row 1: Ch2.( counts a stitch here and throughout.)Herr-hdc in second stitch and each across. Turn.

Row 2-44: Ch 2. Herr-hdc in second stitch from hook and each across.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.


Sew together using the schematic as a guide. Sew edge A to edge B. Then, sew edge C to edge D.

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