Hooded Cowl with Fingerless Gloves
When I got my hands on this Honey Glazed colour of Caron Big Cakes, I knew I wanted to make something cool for myself. Make yours too with the free crochet patterns in this post!
I live in Canada. We have winter. It’s cold. But I’m always warm, even when my coworkers are freezing! Big bulky hats and scarves tend to overheat me. So I thought I’d try a hooded cowl. I found a pattern online to try with a couple modifications and then freeformed the fingerless gloves.
- 6mm crochet hook
- Worsted weight yarn, I used Caron Big Cakes in Honey Glazed (1 cake)
- Tapestry Needle
The pattern is main just griddle stitch (sometimes called cobble stitch), which is an sc, dc pattern.
I followed it pretty much exactly, except I made it a bit shorter because I wanted to make sure I had enough yarn for the gloves. Now that I’m finished, I’m sure I could have made it the full 26″. Instead I made it ~20″ long, which works for my head at least! It’s simply a tube:
These I freeformed. Here’s the pattern, which starts from the bottom so adjust sizing as needed!
Round 1: ch 20 LOOSELY, sl st into first ch to join in the round, being careful not to twist
Round 2: ch 1, sc in each ch around (20 st)
Round 3: ch 1, *sc in next st, dc in next st* repeat around (forming the griddle stitch), sl st into the first sc from the round to join (do this for all rounds)
Rounds 4-15: repeat round 3
Round 16: ch 1, sc, dc and sc in the first st, dc in the next st, *sc in the next st, dc in the next st* repeat around, sl st into first sc from the round to join (this increases slightly for the wrist)
Rounds 17-23: repeat round 3
Round 24: ch 1, *sc in next st, dc in next st* repeat around until 5 st remain, ch 1, sl st into the first sc from the round to join (this creates the separation for the thumb)
Rounds 25-28: repeat round 3
Round 29: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st into first sc from the round to join
Round 30: as round 29
Note: I didn’t do the last 2 rounds on my mitts pictured simply to avoid an unwanted colour change. 🙂
Join yarn in any st and work in pattern (sc into a dc st, dc into an sc st) around, picking up the stitches along the inner thumb, in pattern as in round 3 above for 2 rounds. Then follow round 29 twice and fasten off.
Weave in loose ends and enjoy!
Please feel free to make and sell items made from this pattern, but please link back to my post if you do. Please do not copy my pattern and claim it as your own, or publish the pattern elsewhere without permission. Happy crafting!