Winters in Wyoming are obnoxiously cold. I’ve been joking with everyone that it seems more like Hoth around here. And with my job, I’m usually out in it when it decides to blow 30+ miles an hour icy death winds. I decided I probably need to make a cowl/face warmer to help block out some of that nasty wind.
I made ninja jokes all night.
It’s an easy enough pattern! So I thought I’d share it with everyone.
Worsted Weight yarn
foundation half double crochet-fdhc
back loop only-blo
ch 1, turn. hdc in blo across
repeat for 15 rows(or until length desired-enough to cover from ear to ear)
next row: ch 1, turn. hdc to last 15 sts, skip these sts and ch 17.
turn, single crochet in 3rd ch from hook and each st in blo across.
repeat for 14 rows(or similar size to front half)
ch 1, turn. hdc in blo to last 15 sts. Stop, break yarn leaving a long tail
thread onto sewing needle,and sew last row made to first row made.
Finish off, weave in ends.
And waa-laa! A nice warm cowl to keep out the winds of Wyoming.