If you’re well-seasoned or new to the world of crafts and DIYs, the GH Stitch Club is the perfect place to learn how to crochet, knit, macramé and more. There are helpful how-to videos as well as the latest tips and tricks to keep your family engaged and creative. As the months get colder, you may be looking to pick up a new hobby or project, making our simple guide on how to crochet for beginners great to keep on hand whenever you have free time to spare.
In this tutorial, we’re showing you the basics and everything you need to crochet your very own bobble cowl — a crochet cowl pattern typically made with lightweight yarn for any novice. This crochet project is ideal for a novice, as it can be made in a couple of hours. It’s perfect for winter and even holiday presents (check out our holiday gift ideas for cheap, thoughtful and personalized options).
So follow our simple steps for instructions on how to make a bobble cowl. You can also watch our video above for step-by-step visuals.
How to Crochet a Bobble Cowl
What You’ll Need
Tips to Remember Before Starting:
- When you’re grabbing your yarn and looking for the end to start, it’s always going to be on the left side of the logo.
- Check the back of the label for the knitting needle or crochet hook you choose to use.
Step 1: Begin with a slip knot.
For every crochet project, you want to start with a slip knot. Cross the yarn over itself and then pull the tail through to make the loop. Slip your crochet hook through the slip knot.
Step 2: Crochet your foundation chain.
Next is your foundation chain. Wrap your yarn from behind and over the hook. Pull