Crochet Adult or Child Hooded Bear Cowl (Thick Yarn)

Crochet Adult or Child Bear Cowl


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I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Cream colored yarn. This yarn is thick, so if you use regular yarn it will change the pattern. I used 2 skeins for both sizes.

K and J hook

Yarn Needle


sl st=slip stitch
sc=single crochet
dc=double crochet
I made one for myself and my seven year old Child. If you would like to make one for a smaller child, go to my other pattern,
Start : K hook
Row 1: Chain (28) for adult  or (26) for child, sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, and each stitch across, DO NOT TURN, Now work down the opposite side of the chain and sc in each stitch of the chain. –54 Adult, -50 Child
Row 2: *Ch 1, and Turn, dc in each stitch around, do not slip stitch to join, Repeat * for 18 more Rows (total of 20 rows including row 1) for adult and 15  more rows (total of 17 rows including row 1)
Final Rows. Slip stitch to join the 2 side together (this is by the chin of the adult or child, the cowl neck part) *chain 1 and dc around, sl st to join, Repeat * this for 2 rows for both sizes. Fasten off and Weave in the ends.
You can place a button on the center bottom if you like.

Ears, Make 2, J hook

Rnd 1: Ch 2, work 5 sc in the 2nd chain from the hook. slip stitch -5 sc

Rnd 2: Work 2 dc  in each sc around, sl st. -10 dc

Rnd 3: Work  2 dc in each dc around,  sl st. -20 dc

Rnd 4: Work sc in each dc around. sl st -20 sc

Sew the Ears on top of the Hat about few inches apart.

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