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Introducing the “Snowdrifts Hat & Cowl Set”
->how to work a ripple pattern in the round
->how to increase within a ripple pattern
->how to create texture by working into the horizontal bar behind the stitch
->how to make a pom pom
About the Snowdrift Hat & Cowl Set
Using bulky yarn this is a quick hat and cowl set in which you will learn how to work a ripple pattern in the round, how to increase within a ripple pattern, how to create texture by working into the horizontal bar behind the stitch, and how to make a pom pom. In the end you will have a very pretty set to keep you warm and cozy this winter. And the icing on the cake here is how beautiful these colors look together. The pictures don’t even begin to reveal how beautiful they look in person. Can’t wait to see yours! See video for other color recommendations.
Can’t wait to see your pictures! #SnowdriftsHatCowl
For both the hat and cowl combined you will need:
CC (Contrasting Color) Approximately 100 yards of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in “Fisherman” or other bulky weight (#6) yarn.**
MC (Main Color) Approximately 100 – 150 yards of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in “Fossil” or other bulky weight (#6) yarn. Other good light colors that will go well with “Fisherman”:
Optional – Approximately 25-50 yards of Lion Brand “Go For Faux” fur yarn in “Baked Alaska” ** for the brims. (Or similar faux fur yarn such as Yarn Bee “Fur the Moment”)
Other Suitable Yarns:
- Crochet hook.9.0 mm (M/13). **
- Scissors **
- Yarn needle I used: Susan Bates Finishing Needles (Easiest to use) **
- Measuring tape **
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Watch how to make this set below. This tutorial is divided into two parts.
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