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The Sand Drift Cowl

The Sand Drift Cowl
The Sand Drift Cowl

This crochet cowl pattern creates a light and textured scarf, perfect for every season. The quadruple treble crochet adds great depth and interest. Instructions for the stitch are included in the pattern. Sizes Available: ONE SIZE ADULT Materials: - Size 4/ medium weight Yarn (I used a full skein of Lionbrand Heartland in Grand Canyon, 251 yards. However, I crochet very tightly, so if you crochet more loosely than me, you may need more yarn than this) - US J/6.00 mm Crochet Hook - Yarn Needle - Scissors Finished size: final circumference: 30” at the bottom row, 27” at the top row. 10” tall. Note: I crochet tightly. If your gauge is looser, the final circumference will be larger. Stitches: (sl st) slip stitch (fdc) foundation double crochet (hdc) half double crochet (dc) double crochet (hdc2tog) half double crochet two together (quadtr) quadruple treble


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I had already worked up this designers Sand Drift Beanie (Confession Timeit looks much better as a Slouchie hat), so I was already familiar with the set of basic Half Doubles alternating with the Quadruple Treble. It really does give a lovely look to this cowl. In fact, I think it works much better as a scarf than a beanie. And Moogly Blogs excellent tutorial on making Long Stitches is a must for any crafter.

I love this scarf that matches the beanie. I have previously read the blog about the Sand Drift beanie, and I am loving it. The yarn is so luscious and that color is to die for. The hugely large stitches that she created from yarning over like a million times, create such a unique looking stitch! It's very satisfying.


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