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3 for 1! Easy Cowl, Scarf, Shawl

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Simple Elegance Patterns: All 4 patterns included in this file. This is an 8 page pdf file with instructions to make this infinity scarf/cowl, a neck scarf and shawl. These patterns are easy and quick to make. Excellent projects for a beginner. The Red Cowl is made with (Super Bulky 6 weight) thick, soft acrylic yarn. The grey neck scarf (which can be made into either an open scarf or a cowl) and long burgandy shawl are made of soft Caron yarn (worsted - medium weight 4). The instructions for the cowls Include photos to show how to achieve the mobius twist . This is a simple twist using a seam . The red cowl measures 42 inches long by 12 1/2 inches wide. The grey scarf is 62 inches long by 13 1/2 inches wide and the burgandy shawl is about 62 inches long and 27 inches wide. Caron (simply soft) or Yarn Bee (softly) are slightly lighter than worsted weight, but any worsted weight yarn could be substituted. All my patterns are written using US crochet standard terms. If you have ANY problems please contact me - I support all my patterns and will get back to you as soon as possible. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain, dc, slip stitch GAUGE Bulky: Gauge: 5x5 inches (rope stitch pattern) = 6 dc stitches by 5 rows Medium Weight Yarn: Gauge: 5x5 inches (rope stitch pattern)= 10 dc stitches by 8 rows PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red

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