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"A new post and a new Cowl design; the domain that I'm fond of and excel in (in my opinion). I love experimenting with new stitch patterns, and I have many boards in pinterest dedicated to collecting them. From time to time I try incorporating some of these ideas in my designs, for example my Lady Cool Shawl in knitting, and Little Lily Nap Blanket in crochet. This Cowl is simple to make and warm to wear. It is made out of two skeins of bulky yarn. My only reason to rate it as "Intermediate" is the use of a stitch holder, which some of you may find a little hard to handle. Apart from that, it's easy, and can be finished in less than one day of work. Level: Intermediate Materials: Nako vison yarn, 100% premium acrylic, 100 g. / 3.53 oz., 195m / 213 yards: (color A) Grey 23403, 1 skein and (color B) Red 251, 1 skein. Circular needles, 7 mm, 60 cm/ 24” long. Stitch marker ring. Small stitch holder. Tapestry needle."
Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
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