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Cozy Cowl Hood
Pattern Number: L10587
Rating: ****
4.0 (based on 5 reviews)
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Cozy Cowl Hood Reviewed by Lynn Flatley on 2013-12-13 *****
I made this for my sister and I'm sure she'll love it. Used a variety of yarns I had on hand, including some Vanna's Glamour in Moonstone (which I doubled up).
Very easy pattern and the tie for the bottom is a great idea!

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Cozy Cowl Hood Reviewed by emily Avila on 2012-12-27 ****
I made a modified Cozy Cowl Hood and I love it. I used 2 strands of thick yarn with a P hook. It worked up super fast and keeps me nice and warm!

Cozy Cowl Hood Reviewed by kathy blakeman on 2012-12-28 ****
Hello This is for Caroline.
I prefer to join to a round using a safety pin or bobby pin and not join with a slip stich and chain one. Just keep track of the number of rounds or measure but seems like pattern row numbers are not crucial. For no "holy areas" stick with a single crochet pattern it is pretty esp. using back stiches only.

Cozy Cowl Hood Reviewed by Caroline James on 2012-11-25 **
I had a hard time with the area where cowl was joined. Big gaps (holes) where the dc stitches are. Decided to just make it flat and seam together but it was very difficult because of the DC's to get a finshed invisible look. I think I would rather do a knitted version with circular needles to avoid this problem. I made two and was not happy with either at the joined areas. I love the yarn...it is so pretty, but very difficult to rip out if you are crocheting. It constantly tangles.

Cozy Cowl Hood Reviewed by Catie LaRocca on 2012-03-02 *****
I made this for my mom who is always bundling up with a blanket because she says her neck is cold. It was very easy to make and is actually very comfortable and warm to wear. I made mine in dark green with a light green draw string. I thought the draw string was a bit long and I'll make it shorter with the next one.

 
 
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