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Catch a Breeze Cowl

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Catch a Breeze Cowl
Catch a Breeze Cowl Long Cowl
Catch a Breeze Cowl Seamed Version
Catch a Breeze Cowl Short Cowl made with worsted weight
Catch a Breeze Cowl Invisible Seam
Catch a Breeze Cowl Made with bulky yarn

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet Level- Advanced Beginner
  • Pattern written in US terms
  • Chart included with pattern
  • Written directions with photos included
  • Need to know sc, ch, tr- how to directions included for tr

Pattern Description:

Pattern written in US terms

Crochet Level- Advanced Beginner- Intermediate

Pattern has been tested.

There is NO SEWING needed to make this.

Written directions and a chart as well as many photos included.

This airy cowl can be made short or long and using almost any yarn of your choice. Please note that a thinner yarn will result in a narrower cowl, and a thicker yarn will result in a wider cowl.

Gauge is not given for this pattern. Gauge will vary depending on the yarn and hook used. Chart also included on last page.

There are also 2 finishing options included with this pattern, a seamed version and an invisible seam.

Yarn used in short cowl Red Heart worsted and I or 5.5mm hook.

Yarn used in long cowl some mystery bulky yarn and a J or 6mm hook.

-You may sell what you make, but you may not sell or distribute this pattern in any way. Thanks!

Gauge:

Gauge will vary depending on the yarn and hook used.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Can make this any size, short or long

Materials:

  • Almost any weight yarn of your choice
  • Choose hook size according to yarn choice

You Will Also Need:

  • There is NO SEWING to make this.
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Beginner
Crocheting
Accessory
Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Neckwear
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About the designer

My mom was always very crafty. So growing up doing crafts was "normal" to me. I started selling bracelets at craft shows when I was a kid.

Later as a young adult I discovered crochet, and it ...

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