Saturday, November 20, 2021

Crochet TurtleNeck Hooded Cowl akaThe Coodie

Free written Crochet Pattern for the Crochet Hooded Turtleneck Cowl which I have named 'TheCoodie'.

turtleneck hooded cowl free crochet pattern

This crochet hooded cowl is so cozy and warm and it is VERY easy to a crochet project. 


The free Pattern to crochet the hooded cowl is further down this page.

I have now several free crochet hooded cowl patterns and balaclavas.


The Granny Square Crocheted Hooded Cowl is both fashionable and in trend this season!


Granny square balaclava
FREE Crochet Pattern for the Balaclava Hooded Cowl made from Granny Squares HERE 

or you can see the Snug Fitting Balaclava Pattern HERE 

Snug balaclava crochet pattern

Snug Balaclava Crochet Pattern FREE HERE 

The ribbing for the neckpiece is both fashionable and functional. 

And can be worked over the face and nose or tucked down into a turtleneck.

The Neck is extremely warm and cozy in this hooded cowl Because you have used 2 strands of double-knit yarn it makes a super bulky hooded cowl.

ribbed crochet stitches to crochet the hooded turtleneck cowl
Front and back post double crochet ribbing


The Crochet Ribbed stitches are made by Front post-Double crochet, and Back post-Double crochet
alternatively.

 I honestly LOVE this crochet hooded cowl. 

I think it's the most favorite piece of wearable crochet I've made to date.

I was asked if I could make something that would incorporate a turtleneck cowl with a Hood. 

They wanted something they could easily fold up and down to cover their face and nose.

The weather had changed dramatically and it had to have a hood, which could go up or down.
 
It is so bitterly cold here in the North of Scotland,, with a strong cold northerly wind. 

I can confirm the hooded cowl IS as Warm and cozy as I knew it would be.

hooded cowl with ribbed turtlneck FREE crochet pattern
Model wears the 'coodie' Hooded cowl with turtle neck. 

What I used to crochet the hooded cowl:

I  had some gorgeous soft Grey double-knit yarn (600g) I was desperate to use.

I decided on a lovely textured rib stitch working into the Front and Back posts for the Turndown Turtle Neck and just plain Double crochet stitches for the Hooded part.




Ribbing is made first then the Double crochet rows are added to the top of the ribbing. 

FOR this Coodie, I have used 2 strands of King Cole Double Knit held together. 

The last cowl I made for my daughter was super bulky and really cozy, made with chunky blanket yarn.

 I had actually considered adding a hood onto it.
 

Free Crochet Pattern Cowl -

My Daughter wearing the Easy Super Bulky Crochet Cowl



I LOVE my turtle necks in the winter so decided to go with a more textured crochet ribbed stitch to make an even warmer stitch

  • The Turtle neck is made first and would make an awesome warm cozy cowl just on its own.
  • To join the hood we will turn the ribbing inside out and work the double crochet.


Sound complicated - No not at all this is a VERY easy crochet pattern, and suitable for beginners. 

Trust me it works out once all is finished.

For this Coodie I started with chain 70, but you may need more or less if you need it bigger.

NOTE: this chain must easily fit over your head, to be able to get it on and off.

Abbreviations: Pattern is written in US terms

  • ch - chain 
  • dc - double Crochet 
  • Front Post Double Crochet, - FPdc
  • Back Post-Double Crochet - BPdc

Crochet Hook Size 6.00mm hook

Using 2 Strands of Double Knit Yarn ( I used King Cole) I used nearly 600g of This yarn.

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Free easy crochet pattern hooded cowl- turtleneck hooded cowl pattern written free

Written Pattern for the Crochet Hooded Turtle Neck Cowl aka 'Coodie'



Ch 70

Join the 1st and last chain together to create a circle, and ensure the chain is not twisted, *this must be able to pass easily over your head so if you need to add more or less please do so making it an even number)

Round1: Chain 3 to start. working in the base of ch3 and in each ch around, Dc in each stitch slip to join

Round 2: ch3, *FPDC in first st, BPDC in nxt* Repeat around. Slip to join.

Round 3 to Round 20: (approx 8 inches) Ch2 to start, *FPDC in first st, BPDC in next* Repeat around.  Slip to join. FASTEN OFF and weave in ends.

hooded cowl with turtleneck fold over face covering FREE crochet pattern
BACK View of Hooded Cowl once completed

Checklist Note: 
The Ribbed Neck part should easily fit over your head.
 
When sitting at your neck it should fold over and be snugly fit around your neck.

How to crochet the Hood PART

  • TURN your work inside OUT.  
  • You will work the hood to the opposite side of the turtle neck 
  • We will now be crocheting in double crochet In ROWS back and forth to create the hood.
  • Find the back seam and make it the center back.  
  • Find the Middle front of the Cowl
  • JOIN your Yarn in the middle front stitch of the Ribbed cowl piece. 
  • Hood is crocheted in ROWS Do not join rows but TURN your work


Row 1: Ch3, Double crochet into the base of chain 3, dc in each stitch around 

(DO NOT JOIN) NOTE:  you will increase by 2 stitches in each alternative row, in the 2nd stitch and the 2nd last st of rows. This is to make the Turn Back on the hood. 


hooded crochet cowl pattern free
Front View of Completed Double crochet Rows of Hood

Row 2:  Ch3, Double crochet into the base of chain 3, dc in each stitch around

Row 3:
Ch3, Dc in the base of ch2, 2dc in next st,  Dc in each stitch until the 2nd last 2 stitches, 2dc in next st, dc in last st, TURN, Ch3, Dc into the base of the chain 3, dc in each stitch around. 

Row 4:
Ch3, Dc  into the base of chain 3, dc in each stitch around 

Row 5: Row 2: Ch3, Dc in the base of ch2, 2dc in next st,  Dc in each stitch until the 2nd last 2 stitches, 2dc in next st, dc in last st, TURN.


Row 6 - Row 11:  Repeat Rows 4: and Row 5 : 

NOTE: if you are happy with the length of the hood (remember it needs to sit comfortably all the way down to the bottom of the turned-up turtle neck) 

Row 12 to Row 24:  dc in each stitch, ch3, TURN (HINT) 

I love it quite loose so I carried on for another 10 rows of Double crochet.

Fasten off leaving a long tail, or carry on until you are happy with the length of the hood 

Use the Longtail to join the TOP of the Hood and sew neatly and evenly along the TOP.

To join seams. 

Sewing the seams for the hooded cowl crochet pattern
Sew through BOTH loops of stitches of the last row to JOIN

Weave in and finish off all ends. 

I have many more FREE crochet Hat Patterns available on my website, Enjoy looking through my free crochet patterns 

I LOVE my grandson in his pixie bonnet. So we can be matching.

 It is also a FREE crochet PATTERN on my website 

FREE Baby Bonnet Crochet Pattern HERE 

Baby hooded bonnet crochet Pattern
my grandson in his own little crocheted bonnet 

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