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The Beginner Easy Ribbed Cowl

By: Jane Chan from jennyandteddy.com
The Beginner Easy Ribbed Cowl
The Beginner Easy Ribbed Cowl

"Learn how to crochet this super easy ribbed crochet cowl for beginner with simple to read pattern and very detail photo tutorial to help along the way to make this adorable cowl scarf. These cowl is perfect for novice crocheter only need some basic crochet skill like single and half double crochet. These will be a great handmade gift for your friends and family or spice up your wardrobe. Be creative by adding some more colour to brighten up."

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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A very nice cotton, lightweight spring/summer cowl neck scarf that won't leave you feeling suffocated and dripping with sweat. That is due to the cotton yarn! The extra little touch of the "lace" stitching on the final two rows gives it an open weave and airy look and feel. This would be stunning in a coral or a bright blue to match her dress.

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