Free Elevated Honeycomb Crochet (“EHC” Cowl) Pattern
Elevated Honeycomb Crochet (“EHC” Cowl) Pattern by Crochet For You.
Elevated Honeycomb Crochet Cowl is my last pattern for 2015. After making “EHC” slouch, I started to crochet this cowl using same pattern Elevated Honeycomb Crochet to match with the slouch. I’m really happy with the final result of this cowl. It’s beautiful and looks so modern. I love both patterns EHC slouch and EHC cowl. Hope you like these EHC patterns, too.
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Here is the “EHC” Slouch Hat pattern. Click on the photo to go to the free pattern.
Skill level Intermediate
- 5” wide, 32” long
I used 2 strands of sport weight yarn held together (15 WPI)
You can use worsted/ bulky weight yarns match with the gauge instead of 2 strands of sport weight yarn. I found these Worsted yarns match with the gauge.
- Gray color = Approx: 230 yards of worsted/bulky. (400 yards total to make with 2 strands of Sport weight yarn)
- 6 mm crochet hook
- 4 Buttons (3 big buttons about 1″ diameter /1 small button)
- ch(s) = chain(s)
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- dc = double crochet
- fpdc = front post double crochet
- bpdc = back post double crochet
- st = stitch
- sl st = slip stitch
- sk = skip
- ch-sp = chain – space
- beg = beginning
-  = work instructions within brackets as many times as directed
Gauge 13 dc and 7 rows = 4” with 6mm crochet hook.
Note: The pattern worked in rows. beg ch count as a st.
Elevated Honeycomb Crochet (“EHC” Cowl) Pattern
ch 27 + 3
Row 1: (RS) dc in 4th ch from hook, sk ch 2, (1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc) in next ch, [sk ch 3, (1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc) in in next ch] 5 times, sk next ch 2, 1 dc in last ch. (6 (1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc))
Row 2: (WS) ch 3, turn, bpdc in next dc, [3 sc in ch-sp, bpdc in next 2 dc] 5 times, 3 sc in ch-sp, bpdc in next dc, 1 dc in last st. (12 bpdc / 18 sc / 2 dc)
Row 3: (RS) ch 4 (count as dc and ch 1), turn, [fpdc in next st, sk 3 sc, fpdc in next st, ch 3] 5 times, fpdc in next st, sk 3 sc, fpdc in next st, ch 1, 1 dc in beg ch 3. (12 fpdc / 7 ch-sp with each ch 1 in 2 sides / 2 dc)
Row 4: (WS) ch 3, turn, sc in first ch-sp, [bpdc in next 2 sts, 3 sc in ch-sp] 5 times, bpdc in next 2 sts, 1 sc in last ch-sp, 1 dc in beg ch 3 top. (12 bpdc / 17 sc / 2 dc)
Row 5: (RS) ch 3, turn, sk next sc, [fpdc in next st, ch 3, fpdc in next st, sk 3 sc] 5 times, fpdc in next st, ch 3, fpdc in next st, dc in beg ch 3 top. (12 fpdc / 6 sc-sp / 2 dc)
Row 6 – 82: repeat rows 2 to 5 continuously.
Weave all ends and sew 3 big buttons in the bottom left the corner of the cowl (photos below). Sew the small button in the right corner. Use the holes in stitch pattern as buttonholes. I fold the top edge of the cowl like a collar.
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I have really enjoyed your site. Now I’m excited to get started. Thanks for sharing.
Rows 6-82, do you mean repeat only rows 2 & 5 or rows 2 through 5?
Hi Susan, It was a typing mistake. Thank you letting me know about it and I fixed it. Row 6 – 82: repeat rows 2 to 5 continuously.
Are the buttons just for decoration or is it actually buttoned together and if so do you have any tips on the placement of the buttons? Beautiful by the way!
Hi Joanne, I updated the finishing instruction with how to sew buttons to the cowl and added a photo collage as well. Hope this will help you to understand about placement of the buttons. 🙂 Thank you.
Kristina & Millie
lovely Erangi! the buttons make this scarf so fun 🙂
Love the pattern
I love your patterns. I would like to know where I can download this cowl and hat that
you mentioned. Is it possible, please!!!
Hi!, Sorry for late response. You can find Print Friendly button on MORE OPTIONS in share buttons.
Such a pretty cowl…….Thanks for the pattern… I will be making this one tonight!!
Thank you. Can’t wait to see your finished project! 🙂
Hello…when the pattern says so 2 ch and so 3 ch what does this imply? Also what is sk-ch. thanks
Hi Eva, ch 2 means crochet chain 2, sk means skip. See the abbreviations part above on the pattern.