free pattern | callie cowl


I love this quick and easy Callie Cowl pattern, I whipped it up in a day when I had received some of the lovely soft Lang yarn for another project because I thought the colours looked smashing together, do you agree, oui/non?

I used four colours of the super chunky weight Lang Yarns Kim (mustard, white, aubergine and duck egg), which combines wool with alpaca and polyester to make a really soft and fluffy chunkster yarn. You can use any super chunky yarn you like, try to make sure that it something soft about it because it is going to smooshed up quite close to your face so no itches please. I currently am loving the Novita Hygge Wool - check out the awesome colours for this pattern - but it is wool so if you want a guaranteed non-itchy yarn go for Stylecraft Special XL Super Chunky which is 100% acrylic and the colour Mushroom is one of my absolute Stylecraft all-time favourites.

I also used a 12mm hook.


With your 12mm hook and chosen first colour ch21.

Row 1. 2tr in 3rd ch from hook, *miss 2ch, 1dc, 2tr in next ch; repeat from * to last 3ch, miss 2 ch, 1dc in last ch, turn.

Row 2. ch1, 2tr in first dc, *miss 2tr, 1dc, 2tr in next dc; repeat from * to end, finishing with 1dc in top of turning ch (the first 2ch missed), turn.

Row 3. ch1, 2tr in first dc, *miss 2tr, 1dc, 2tr in next dc; repeat from * to end, finishing with 1dc in turning ch.

Repeat Row 3 for pattern changing colour every 25cm or approximately 18 rows.

When you have used all four colours, break off yarn and sew along seam to join. Sew in ends.

Your finished cowl shouldn’t really require blocking and should measure approximately 86cm around (43cm when joined and flat) and be approximately 20cm wide.


I hope you like this simple cowl pattern which I originally launched in March 2016. This year (2019) is the year where I am starting to add the option to either buy for a nominal amount (£1.50) or alternatively get certain patterns for free in the hope of making crochet patterns more accessible for everyone so please enjoy and share as much as you like.

Please do note that this pattern is the copyright of Emma Potter/Potter & Bloom and may not be copied, reproduced or sold on in any way or form. Thank you.