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Hi! My name is Pam and I am the owner and designer of Sincerely Pam. I would say that I am best known for my use of texture and sense of humor in my designs. I am a self-taught Crocheter since Feb ...
Hi! My name is Pam and I am the owner and designer of Sincerely Pam. I would say that I am best known for my use of texture and sense of humor in my designs. I am a self-taught Crocheter since Feb 2012 having entered the design world in April 2013. What began as a simple hobby has blossomed into passion for all things fiber. In my first year Designing I published 40 patterns ranging from gotta-have Collections to animal-inspired cowls and pillows.
In Dec 2013 I become a proud member of the Design Wars community competing in Design Wars 6 and the first ever Design Wars (mini) Challenge. I was also the winner of Most Favorite Design for my Marek Vest in the Back to School Challenge 2014.
To learn more about me you can visit my facebook page www.facebook.com/sincerelypam or pop over to my blog http://www.sincerelypam.com/
The Griffin Scarf and Cowl are a great addition to any guy's (or gal's!) winter wardrobe! Designed using bulky yarn and a little spin on the building block stitch, this scarf has a unique texture that you will fall in love with!
This scarf and cowl pattern is completely customizable. I encourage you to make this YOUR garment by changing up the gauge, yarn, hook size and/or the number of foundation chains to make this the perfect scarf for YOU! The pattern has written instructions for Toddler, Child and Adult Cowls and an Adult scarf with recommendations for different scarf sizes.
This pattern requires 3 colors of bulky #5 yarn or 2 strands of #4 worsted weight yarn, and a M/N(9mm)hook.
You are free to sell what you make from this pattern, but you may not share, copy or reproduce this pattern in part or whole.
Photographs are also copyright protected and may never be used. Please link back to one of my shops if selling your finished items online.
(c)Pamela Dajczak 2013
435 yards of Bulky weight