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Simple Cowl
Pattern Number: L10243
Rating: *****
4.3 (based on 4 reviews)
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Reviewed by amymcclellan27 on 2012-12-21 **
With the yarns they use and with the measuring they used this barely fit over my head, and I have a small head. I'd strongly suggest increasing the pattern if you're using the yarn they use.

Simple Cowl Reviewed by Stacey Preston on 2012-01-04 *****
This pattern was quick and easy. I started it in a class, and finished it at home by the end of the day. My first finished project other than a scarf!

Simple Cowl Reviewed by Gretchen Theus on 2011-12-16 *****
This pattern is super easy and knits up fast. I had enough yarn per ball to make the cowl and a matching hat. I had some leftover Vanna's Choice in charcoal, silver, white, and fern, so I made a set from that too. I would make this again and again.

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Quick & Very Cool Looking! Reviewed by Becky Knipp on 2011-09-26 *****
It is really cool how just alternating holding 2 different color strands together creates such an interesting look. I think it looks almost like a Norwegian sweater when it is completed. It was really quick to knit too. This is the first time I've ever knit in the round. I'm a slow knitter and I completed this in one evening.

I suggest you figure out how many rows equates to an inch and then just knit that number of rows rather than constantly measuring. For me, it was 4 rows per inch.

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