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Cowls are so comfortable and easy to wear, and this one is pretty also. It is a light one, for those days that are not too cold but you need something warm around your neck to feel just right.

Size- 25" L (in circumference) x 8'
Skill- Moderately easy


Red Heart worsted weight yarn, Hot Red (1 skein)
Crochet hook size H
Blunt needle to sew with

With Hot Red and H hook, ch 29 loosely.
Row 1- 1 dc in 5th ch from hook, *skip next 2 chains, (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in next ch, rep from * across. Ch 3, turn. (9 ch spaces)
Row 2- (Right side): Work 2 dc in first ch 1 space, 3 dc in each chain space across. Ch 1, turn. (27 sts)
Place a marker or loop a short piece of yarn a round any stitch to mark the last row as the right side.
Row 3- Sc in first 2 dc, *ch 3, skip next 2 dc, sc in next dc, rpeat from * across the row to the last st, sc in top of turning ch. Ch 1, turn. (8 ch-3 spaces)
Row 4- Sc in first sc, ch 3, [sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3] across, skip next sc, sc in last sc. Ch 4, turn. (9 ch-3 spaces)
Row 5- Dcin first ch-3 sc space, [dc, ch 1, dc] in each ch-3 across.
Repeat rows 2 to 5 until the piece measures approximately, 26 1/2."
Row 1- Ch 1, turn, work 26 sc across, 2 sc in last sc of row, then, working across long edge of cowl , work 86 sc across, and 2 sc at end of row, turn into narrow side of cowl and work 26 sc across,
work 86 sc across long side of cowl, ending row with 2 sc. (232 sc) DO NOT FASTEN OFF! Cut a long yarn tail and thread a blunt needle and sew across the two sc rows on narrow edge of cowl. Fasten off, weave in tail.


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