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Easy Crochet Cowl Scarf Pattern Tyre Tracks Design


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  • Seamless
  • Simple Stitches
  • Textured
  • Worked In The Round

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Presenting Easy Crochet Cowl Scarf Pattern! Its Unique Tyre Tracks Design Will Set You Apart From The Crowd. Create Your Own Style Statement By Making This Extra Long Skinny Scarf. This circular necklace looks just like tyre tracks when finished. If you're a biker gal/ guy, then your search ends here. Show off your bike love with this fun accessory. It can also be used as a punk tyre necklace. Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Vanna's Choice. Color: Taupe, 1 skein/ball. Abbreviations: US terms BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY: Basic crochet stitches GAUGE: Crochet: 17 st + 24 rows = 4" (10 cm) on size H-8 (5 mm) hook. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 71 inches circumference, 1 inch width. ____________________________ Copyright Information: You may sell finished items made using this crochet pattern provided it is made by you. If you do so, please provide the following link and information in your listing description: This pattern is designed by Mamta Motiyani Reselling or sharing this crochet pattern is strictly NOT permitted. I am sure that you will respect my right as a crochet designer. ©Tyre Tracks by Mamta Motiyani 2010. All Rights Reserved.

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