This beautiful bobble stitch cowl is such a nice handmade accessory. The bobble stitch is not used excessively which is why I like this pattern so much.
I was not a fan of bobble stitches for the longest time. I prefer bobble stitches in patterns that are used sparingly or when they create a picture or words.
The bobble stitch in this pattern is paired with the half double crochet stitch worked in the third loop.
The great thing about this pattern is that it can be made using 3 different weights of yarn! A DK light worsted, a worsted and a bulky weight.
So, you basically get 3 patterns in 1 with this bobble stitch cowl.
DK Weight Yarn:
The yarn used for the DK weight is from an indie yarn dyer – ThreadHead Knits Co. The color of the yarn is called Rose Gold. It was on a single ply DK base which may no longer be available.
Yardage needed for the DK weight is about 230 yards. Hook size used is 5.5mm but always check gauge and use what ever hook size that meets gauge for that yarn weight.
Worsted Weight Yarn:
The yarn used for the Worsted Weight is an all time favorite of mine. And that is Lion Brand Heartland Yarn. There are SOO many great color options to choose from. The color used in this pattern for the Worsted is Wolf Trap.
Yardage needed for worsted weight is about 220 yards. The hook size used is a 6mm but always check gauge.
Bulky Weight Yarn:
The yarn used for the Bulky Weight cowl was actually 2 strands of a worsted weight held together. That was Lion Brand Basic Stitch.
Bulky yarns you can also try are Loops & Threads Charisma or Premier Serenity Chunky.
Yardage needed for bulky weight yarn is upwards of 180 yards. A size 8mm hook is used but always check gauge.
So, having this pattern available in 3 different weight yarns makes this easier for you to just choose a yarn that you may already have in your stash.
Reviews of the Victoria Cowl Pattern
Great pattern. It works up fast. I absolutely loved my results. I can’t wait to make more of these. They’re really cute.
Great pattern! Made a few using different sized yarns and the pattern was spot on for each. Made awesome squishy gifts!
Pattern is written very well. I love that is has instructions for multiple yarn weights. I used DK weight for my cowl and sized down a half size for my hook. A perfect one skein project that works up quick!
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4 thoughts on “Ribbed Bobble Stitch Cowl Victorian Style Crochet Pattern”
Any smaller size? I loved it to make it !
Thankyou so much. Such a beautiful cowl xxx
Hi Janet I’m confused about the hdc in 3rd loop. went to u-tube and and found some videos say front some say back. In the Victoria cowl is it hdc in 3rd loop from the front or the back please or have I got completely wrong. thanks for your help.
The third loop of a hdc is on the back/wrong side of the stitch. When working the third loop in rows the third loop will be facing you when working it. In the round the third loop is facing away from you when worked. This pattern is worked in rows so the third loop will be facing you in the front when you work into it. Hope that helps.