Bobble Cowl by Sue Pearson

Bobble Cowl by Sue Pearson


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Bobble Cowl by Sue Pearson

A lovely crochet project that uses colour and texture to create a cowl to suit any outfit.

Yarn: World of Wool Marble DK 
Quantity:  1 x Desert Rose (MY11), 1x Powder Ash (MY12), 1 x Watergrass (MY06), 1 x River Mist (MY08)
Hook size: 4mm 
Pattern type: Crochet
Pattern size: One size, finished dimensions 23cm x 60cm
Techniques: Crochet, crab stitch, bobble, chain, double crochet, half treble crochet

World of Wool Pattern Insights
This pattern is worked flat before being seamed into the final garment.  Sue's patterns come with full instructions, including notes and details of how to do stitches that you may not have come across before.  This makes them ideally suited for those who want to try new techniques and broaden their crochet skills.

About the Designer:
Sue has been knitting and crocheting since she was a child and has a natural affinity for yarn craft in its many forms.  When she couldn't find exactly what she wanted to make, she set about designing her own patterns to inspire other makers.

Designer Website: Pearson Handmade

Don't need the wool?  You can buy this pattern directly from Sue through her Etsy shop.


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