Rainy Forest Cowl Crochet Pattern PDF

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Rainy Forest is a simple and stylish unisex neckwarmer. This is a quick project, easy to make even for beginner crocheters. I recommend to use interesting textured yarn due to the simplicity of the stitch pattern.

Pattern is written in English using standard US terms. Diagrams\charts are suitable for all languages.

Finished size: circumference 22" (56 cm), depth 26.5" (67 cm). Size is easily adjustable.


Materials needed:
• 280 yards (240 meters) of Chunky weight yarn
• 6 mm (J) hook
• Tapestry needle and scissors


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