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Painted Moss Cowl

Have you seen the beautiful Caron x Pantone yarns at Michael's ? The first time I saw it in the aisles, I fell in love. And I knew it I wanted to design a pattern with it. And the Painted Moss Cowl was born. This yarn is so soft and squishy, and the colors all flow beautifully from one to the other. I designed this cowl to be quick and easy and to not have to weave in a lot of ends (because we all know I hate weaving in ends). The child size uses one skein & the adult size uses two. It makes a perfect cozy single loop cowl, and it's adorable for matching sets.  The cowl is worked flat as a corner-to-corner moss stitch pattern and then seamed to form the cowl. The colors are faded in from one to another for a beautiful, simple and modern look.  I am so happy with this pattern and I hope you love it to. You can purchase your own copy on Ravelry . If you make one, I'd love to see it. Please consider uploading a project page to ravelry (this is
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