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Purple Convertible Cowl

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This Purple Convertible Cowl is great for beginners. A free crochet pattern like this can be worn a few different ways as a scarf, a hat or a neck warmer. Use bulky yarn to keep you nice and warm.

Purple Convertible Cowl
Purple Convertible Cowl

Beginner

Crochet Hook: N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Going to make this for me and my mom to share! After I get a N hook

Love this pattern. I made it for every female on my list this year for Christmas. I made some longer, some shorter, some wider, and some narrower. Everyone loved them.

I love it!

Hi, argelia314 5206259. Here is a link to some common crochet abbreviations and their meanings that might be of help to you: www.allfreecrochet.com/Basics/Crochet-Abbreviations Good luck! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Can someone explain the Rows 2, 3, 4, where say skip st and Dc in each Sc around? Thank you.

"Ch 2, (counts as first Dc), skip st and Dc in each Sc around." This simply means after you Ch 2, you do nothing with the very next stitch. Just "skip" it. Then do the DC (as in Rows 2 & 4) or HDC (as in Rnd 3) in each of the remaining SC around to the end or marker. Do the same thing any time you see it written that way. I hope this helps! Edna

I love this pattern! Worked up fast, easy and it looks gorgeous! :)

This is a very fast and easy project!

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