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Crystal Falls Cowl
Pattern Number: 90594B
Rating: ****
3.5 (based on 4 reviews)
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Reviewed by ANDREA NORR on 2015-01-12 **
This did not come out at all like the pattern. It did look the same but it was way too stiff to lay like it does in the photo. I altered it to make a wrap.

Crystal Falls Cowl Reviewed by Brandy Taylor on 2012-11-19 ****
This scarf was a great beginner project, a little tedious but well worth the effort in the end. With respect to the other reviews, 47 chains does not reflect the opening of the scarf but rather width. The length will determine how big the opening of the cowl is. Enjoy!

Crystal Falls Cowl Reviewed by Martine on 2012-02-12 ****
I chose to make this cowl, as I am a beginner crocheter; however I failed to see how chaining 47 made such a large opening for the scarf. Instead I had to chain 81 chains in order to obtain the same look in the picture.
With 6mm crochet needles.
It's a very pretty scarf and looks great.

Crystal Falls Cowl Reviewed by Katie on 2011-12-21 ****
This is one of the more time-intensive and boring scarves I have made because of the back-loop single crochet pattern, but it looks really gorgeous.
The instructions tell you to make it 50" but I doubt that the model is wearing a 50" scarf. I ran out of yarn around 44" so I just finished the scarf off, yet when I tried to wear it like the model pictured, it was awkwardly long.
I still give this pattern 4 stars though because it looks gorgeous when I double it over. So I still got a fantastic (and warm) scarf, it just wasn't what I was expecting.
My advice would be to start checking the length in the mirror once you get past 35" and stop when it is as long as you want.

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