This video sponsored by Red Heart but all the views are my own. So when I tell you that I seriously loved working with this yarn I am not kidding you. I enjoyed working on the step-outs for this video more than I should 🙂 Honestly, I can’t wait to wear my sample of this cowl because I know people will be complimenting me on it!
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Gorgeous color and a bit of matching sparkle take this yarn into the realm of dreaminess. Sit back and enjoy how quickly you can crochet this shells cowl with this bulky yarn beauty.
Here is the link for the FREE BLUSHING SHELLS COWL
RED HEART® Boutique Infinity™: 1 skein 1938 Beachy
Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 9mm [US M-13]
ch = chain; dc = double crochet; sc = single crochet; st(s) = stitch(es); ( ) = work directions in parentheses into same st; * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated. Make note of the special stitches at the start of the pattern.
YouTube Video Notes:
In this video you will learn begin with a foundation chain that incorporates double crochets, work the pattern stitch for the cowl, see a sample of this cowl worked up in a thinner yarn and fewer stitches, and I tell you how to seam up the cowl.
Looking for more? I love making quick projects and even wrote a leaflet with Leisure Arts on how to do some fun things! If you too are looking for fun and quick projects go and check out the One Skein or Less book by Marly Bird.