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Bridgett Cowl


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  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked Flat

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DESCRIPTION Meet Bridgett! She is a perfectly simple yet elegant cowl that every lady needs on a cold winter morning. I'm in love. SIZE 10.5 inches wide by 40 inches long DIFFICULTY Easy You will need to know your crochet stitches. MATERIALS NEEDED: ● 2 Skeins of Super Bulky Yarn #6 (approximately 150 yds) ● P/15 11.5mm Crochet Hook ● (3) 1.5 inch Buttons ● Measuring Tape ● Scissors ● Yarn Needle STAY IN TOUCH! updates, sneak peeks, behind the scenes & exclusive sales Instagram: @elizabethannmakes Facebook: ElizabethAnnMakes Ravelry: ElizabethAnnMakes LET’S CHAT! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach me by email at elizabethannmakes [!at] Bridgett Cowls created using this pattern may be sold with written consent first given by Elizabeth Roggasch of ElizabethAnnMakes. Credit must be given to ElizabethAnnMakes / Pattern and photos can not be used for resale purposes. Please share your work with the hashtag #elizabethannmakes and #BridgettCowl to share the handmade love!

Recommended with this pattern

  • super bulky yarn
  • buttons
  • p/15 11.5mm Crochet Hook

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When I was younger my Oma would make my mom, sister, brother, and me these beautiful blankets and dolls that she would crochet. Because of these lovely gifts, I was inspired to teach myself how to crochet. I bought one of those kits from Walmart and picked it up right away, I think I was 16 or so. I didn’t really start crocheting more than scarves until early 2011 after I had my second daughter. I really wanted to figure out how to make a hat and I looked on YouTube. I was blown away by how many crochet patterns were out there. As soon as I figured out how to make a circle, I was hooked. I absolutely loved making beanies for my babies and all my friends were blown away with all I could make. So November 1, 2011 I created The Little Bucket Boutique (which is now ElizabethAnnMakes as of 2018), I chose that name because my Mother-in-Law used to call my oldest Little Miss Bucket and I liked it. Creating patterns and items for friends just seemed like a natural thing and it brings me so much joy seeing my designs made by others. I hope they bring you as much joy as they do to me when I create them. God bless and Happy Crocheting!