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Chunky Cowl Infinity Scarf The CHICAGO


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This trendy infinity cowl is PERFECT for The Windy City for whom it is named. Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl CROCHET PATTERN will keep you warm yet stylish on blustery days! A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project! Beautiful winter accessory! Email pattern support is available. You must be familiar with basic crochet stitches and techniques. My instructions are very well written and very easy to follow! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch, sl st, sc, hdc, dc SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size fits ALL

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  • #6 Super Bulky yarn

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Jocelyn Designs
Jocelyn Designs
I am so fortunate to have been designing in crochet and other needlework forms for over 23 years! I have over 400 crochet and needlework designs published in books and magazines & now I am happily self publishing crochet patterns for sale. My daughters recently approached me and asked if I would create some the VERY TRENDY chunky crochet accessories that are so popular today. I agreed and Jocelyn Designs was born! I am so happy with the outcome of the patterns and I hope you will be, also! I love designing, trendy, hip and quick and easy accessories! My mother taught me to knit at age 10, and I haven't been without a needle or hook in my hand since. Crochet has been my passion for over 30 years. I have been lucky enough to turn that passion into a design business for nearly 20 years. I love color! Skeins of yarn all together contain some of the most wonderful color! My most favorite thing is to look at all the glorious colors of yarn, combine it with a hook, and turn it into something cute and whimsical. I guess I never grew up ... lucky me!