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Zig Zag Slouchy Beanie Cowl PDF 12-118A


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I love chevrons! This version is designed to be adjustable (you decide where and when you change colors). It is an easy 4 row repeat that can net endless possibilities and the crown pulls into a wonderful radiating star! I added the double hanging pom poms for a little extra fun too! UPDATE: The pattern now includes mods as suggested by my friend Wendy and converts into a cowl too! The hat is designed in worsted weight yarn for adult sizing but can be easily adjusted to a range of sizes. This hat is the first of a 2 part series. Stitching and photographs of the turquoise & grey hat courtesy of the Hooked Haberdasher. You can find her on: White & black hat stitching and photography courtesy of Ravyn78 ~~~~THIS PATTERN IS AN INSTANT DOWNLOAD ~~~~ You will receive an email with a download link once payment is cleared. Please do not leave notes to seller on your order, as they are not checked on instant downloads. Please contact us through Etsy Convo. My patterns are written in Standard American Terms and include pictures, stitch guides and explanations, as necessary, to make them easy to follow. You may sell finished products made from this pattern but please provide a link back to my web page: Join us on Facebook for info, coupon codes and giveaways: To return to our shop and see more of our merchandise, please click here: Text and images (c)2012 The Pattern Paradise.

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I have always loved to create. I can remember making Barbie Doll clothes out of scraps of fabric as early as 6 years old. I was fascinated by my mother's friend who could make fabulous clothing out of odds and ends. I would watch her crochet and try to memorize how her hands moved. One day I picked up a hook and some crochet thread that my mother had laying around, and I started to crochet. The first thing I made was a crude doily, but it was enough to encourage me to continue. I bought pattern books with my allowance and tried to follow the diagrams to learn different stitches. Over the years I have tried various crafts but always return back to my first loves, sewing and crocheting! This shop is my opportunity to share my creative ideas with all of you. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I enjoy creating them!