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Bridgett Cowl

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Skills Needed

  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

Meet Bridgett! She is a perfectly simple yet elegant cowl that every lady needs on a cold winter morning. I'm in love. Approximate size: 10.5 inches wide by 40 inches long This is an easy level crochet pattern, and the techniques you will need to know are half double crochet, double crochet, and chain stitch. Pattern will be available for instant download upon payment. You may sell items made from using this pattern but PLEASE remember to reference my shop, Elizabeth Ann Makes, (IG: @ElizabethAnnMakes) for which pattern you used. You may not alter, share, sell this pattern. It is for personal use, with the exception to sell items created from it. Thank you! This listing for the the crochet pattern only. To purchase the actual cowl please go to this listing: Thank you.

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!