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Burton Cowl


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I created this cowl specifically for my daughter who loves stripes of the Tim Burton type. It has texture without bulk, a nice drape, and very soft on the neck. The surface slip stitching adds interesting contrast to the foundation stripes and could be worked up in a variety of color combinations. The cowl is long enough to wrap twice around the neck for extra warmth or can be left hanging long or even wrapped around the shoulders. This simple, yet detailed 3 page pattern also includes instructions to change the dimensions for a longer or shorter cowl. The pattern is written in American English crochet terms. Dimensions: 48 inches (117 cm) in circumference X 11 inches (28 cm) wide Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Read a pattern in American English crochet terms Complete basic crochet stitches: ch, sl st, sc, dc GAUGE 15sc and 7 3-dc puff X 9 rows (in pattern) = 4 in X 4 in (10cm X 10cm) SUGGESTED YARN 540 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Stitch Nation Bamboo Ewe & Washable Ewe COLORWAY Mercury and Cottontail

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