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Crocheting a cowl: Half Double Stitch

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Uploaded on Dec 8, 2010

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Lions brand fishermans wool yarn (this blend that I used is my favorite color I think it's called Natural, and I've also made a few in Ivory and Dark Brown)*it looks and lays best with this yarn.

start with a 6 ft chain
*hdc in the first chain and chain one, skip the next chain, hdc and chain one....do this pattern all the way to the end of the 6ft chain. Slip stitch to join (making a circle and make sure it can lay flat because i've made this mistake of connecting it with twists in it and it's very annoying to take it out after you've started) and chain 2.

*hdc in hdc space and chain one in between every hdc. Join together with slip stitch and chain two at the beginning of every row. You keep doing this, and It takes a while....I ended at about 6 inches wide, but you can do it however width you like. The bigger the better. :)

This is the warmest cowl scarf I have ever worn. You won't need a coat even if it's freezing outside :p
Everyone will want this cowl. happy crocheting :)

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