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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. She passed on this craftiness to my sisters and I. We started selling bracelets at craft shows when were kids.

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

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