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I first picked up a crochet hook in March of 2011. My friend had just had a beautiful baby girl named Megyn, and had named me the godmother. I was looking for something to fill my time as a ...
I first picked up a crochet hook in March of 2011. My friend had just had a beautiful baby girl named Megyn, and had named me the godmother. I was looking for something to fill my time as a stay-at-home-wife, and realized that not only could I find something constructive to do with my time, I could make my goddaughter beautiful things at the same time. My mother bought me my first hook, and my first skein of yarn, showed me the simple chain stitch-and after that I taught myself how to become a master-hooker. My first ever creation was a baby blanket for Megyn, and everything else just took off from there. I started making hats, headbands, and booties, and I was "hooked" lol! In the year since I started I have made a small business for myself selling my items and now, my patterns. I realized that I could not only sell my finished items, I could sell the patterns I made up to make those items!View all patterns by designer (35) »
This pattern is beautiful for children, teens, and adults. It can be worked in any color, making it gender neutral. It is a short infinity cowl (with instructions on how to make larger/longer/thicker) and can double as an earwarmer/headband. It is warm, without being overbearing, and small enough to wear under a coat, instead of outside of it. Great for photos, Winter weather, gifts, or for sale at craft shows.
This project works up in under an hour-great for a quick last-minute gift! It is worked with American crochet terms such as chain, double crochet, and whip stitch. It is written for Lion Brand Homespun yarn, but any bulky yarn should work. Gauge is not very important as it is meant to be twisted and baggy.
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75 yards of Bulky weight