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Sarah Snood (neckwarmer cowl)

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This is a PDF pattern for the Sarah Snood. It's a sparkly, lightweight cowl/neckwarmer that can also be worn as a hood. The pattern comes with instructions for toddler, child, teen & adult sizes. You will need a small amount of light worsted yarn, a G hook and a K hook to complete this project. (c) 2012 Danyel Pink. All pattern sales are final (No refunds/returns). You may sell what you make, but you must use your own photos & please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Contact me with any questions. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY read a pattern work in a continuous round GAUGE 7 stitches & 7 rounds = 2" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS toddler child teen adult SUGGESTED YARN 150 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Shimmer

Recommended with this pattern

  • 150 yds of light worsted yarn
  • G hook
  • K hook

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Danyel Pink Designs
Danyel Pink Designs
Danyel Pink Designs was formerly known as CrazySocks Designs... same great stuff, new name. Actually, old name... but it's MY name now. :) My name is Danyel. I am a former middle school math teacher, and now a stay-at-home mom to three beautiful children. I am a proud military wife. I am a yarn addict. I'm originally from the suburbs of Chicago, and now I create patterns & crochet hats here in my home near Seattle. I began crocheting in 2007 after a 15-year hiatus. My grandmother tried to teach me when I was little, but it wasn't until my mother-in-law sent me a how-to book and a crochet hook that I finally taught myself. At first, crocheting was something I did to keep my hands busy to keep from going crazy while I was pregnant. Now it's my passion. I truly love every stitch. The colors, the fibers, the textures, and even the SMELL of yarn are delightful! I taught myself to knit about 2 years ago, and am slowly adding more knitting patterns to my collection.