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Roughcut Diamonds Cowl & Wrist Warmers


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This is a textured cowl and wrist warmers pattern, designed during the Ravellenic games for the Colourmart scrap set challenge. It is worked using five different colours and has a lovely texture to it. It can of course be worked in only one colour or as many colours as you wish. It is an intermediate level pattern using post stitches, clusters and a variety of other stitches to give the final texture. It is very handy to provide warmth around your neck without having to worry about it falling off, it also doubles as a headwrap. You could make the cowl narrower and use it as a headband as well. The cowl and warmers as a set uses about 440mts/500yds of yarn, I used Colourmart efm which is a dk/8ply but some of my testers have modified it successfully to use worsted weight yarn. This pattern has been tested and Tech edited, I am always available via email for comments or questions. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Single and Double crochet Post stitches Clusters SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Cowl: 60cms/23.5ins around, 18cms/7ins deep. Wrist warmers - wrist circumference: Xsm - 14.5cms/53/4ins sm - 16cms/61/4ins, med - 17.5cms/7ins, SUGGESTED YARN 500 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Colourmart extra fine merino

Recommended with this pattern

  • 440mts/500yds of yarn, I used Colourmart efm which is a dk/8ply
  • 4mm/6 hook
  • Yarn needle

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Sarah Jane Designs
Sarah Jane Designs
I am a knitter and a crocheter that has been crafting in various forms for nearly 40 years. I have been crafting for so long I don't remember how I started. I do know however that as a mother of 8 children craft is what helps me stay sane :)