Tunisian Cross Stitch Cowl

Issue: Issue 70


Tunisian Cross Stitch Cowl by Sarah Reed
Find this pattern in issue 70 of Inside Crochet magazine.

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Learn a new skill with this two-colour Tunisian crochet cowl worked in the round.

MATERIALS
● West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4ply, 75% wool/ 25% nylon, 100g/400m/437yds
Yarn A: Butterscotch x 1 ball
Yarn B: Poppy Seed x 1 ball
● 5.5mm doubleended Tunisian hook
● Stitch marker
● Yarn needle

YARN ALTERNATIVES
You can use any 4ply/fingering weight wool/nylon blend to achieve a similar effect.

TENSION
Exact tension is not essential for this project.

MEASUREMENTS
Finished cowl is 65cm/26½in in circumference and 16cm/6¼in high.

DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY
Sarah Reed is a knitting and crochet designer who lives in Birmingham.
You can follow her journey on her blog www.knitsnotperfect.blogspot.co.uk, Facebook page or Twitter @knitsnotperfect. See all her designs on Ravelry at www.ravelry.com/designers/sarah-reed.


This pattern is tagged with:

Accessories: Cowl

Age: Adult

Designer: Sarah Reed

Price: Magazine Only

Yarn Type: 4-ply


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