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Sinjah
« on: January 29, 2013 05:56:45 AM »

I've had this wonderfully soft thick-and-thin yarn in my stash for ages now, and I hadn't thought of anything cool to do with it, but since it's really, really cold right now, I thought it was time I made myself a cowl.





I didn't use a pattern for this. I just used a large hook and the woven crochet stitch, and made a large rectangle. I didn't make an actual buttonhole either, the gaps in this are large enough for the button to comfortably slip through. I really like how warm and soft this is, and how it can look different depending on where I button it.

As always, more pictures on my blog.
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Personal swap? Yes please! Looking for jersey scraps.
Will craft for yarn.

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