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Woodland Cabin Wrap

When it's too warm for a heavy coat, but too cool for just a T-shirt, get bundled up in style in the Woodland Cabin Wrap. This easy crochet wrap pattern is just what you need to keep in your wardrobe for those chilly fall days. The crocheted wrap can dress up even a pair of jeans, resulting in a look that's on point. Crocheters of all experience levels will appreciate the challenge of using four skeins of yarn to complete this project. For a bit of flair, attach two buttons to keep your wrap together.

Woodland Cabin Wrap

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Ombre Log Cabin Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

"The textured and knitted look of this scarf is easy to do using a basic crochet stitch. The color changes are even easier since this yarn - Red Heart’s Super Saver Ombre - does it all for you! This project is worked in the round and works up quickly. It was created while the designer was staying inside a log cabin in the mountains surrounded by a "Winter Wonderland" of snow and peacefulness. Scarf looks great with any outfit or even over a coat."Ombre Log Cabin Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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Skerin Cowl Four Ways

"Cowl of Skerin Four Ways Crochet Pattern with Buttons in Multiple Yarn Weights All kinds of texture goin on in a soft and warm cowl; completed in multiple textures and lots of fun choosing the just-right buttons to set it off! Makes up really fast; excitement builds as each new color and texture are added.Work seems to go faster and faster as each row is completedand you cant wait to see what the next completed row brings! "Skerin Cowl Four Ways

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Lacy Zigzag Scarf

"Since it's the start of fall, it's time to bring out the heavy yarn. Red Heart's super saver yarn was a challenge to work with for me, and it took me a while to figure out what is the most suitable design for this one skein I had shipped all the way from the US. After a few trials, I decided to make a scarf by merging two opposing textures: lacework and bulkiness. The resulting pattern is a repetition of 14 rows with a pattern that meanders in a zigzag shape. To soften the stiffness of this yarn, I've soaked the finished scarf in cold water with half a cup of white vinegar for about 30 minutes before blocking. The result was a success. Have a nice and healthy fall and stay safe! "Lacy Zigzag Scarf

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T-shirt Yarn Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

"Add some Pizzazz with this T-Shirt Yarn Cowl. Fun beginner crochet project. If you can make a chain stitch and single crochet, you can make this in an afternoon. This crochet cowl is worked flat and joined at the end. If you are a beginner, I think this is a great way to start making crochet scarves and cowls. I made this fun cowl in two colors. While you can purchase your t-shirt yarn, this can be made from old t-shirts too. While I have not tried this yet, I have seen a number of tutorials."T-shirt Yarn Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

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Monochrome Bias Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

"Worked back and forth in rows on the bias, the Monochrome Bias Wrap is a great compromise between easy crocheting and a little bit of interest to keep you entertained. This bias crochet wrap is worked in sections with some easy, mindless single crochet parts for a relaxing crocheting experience, and interspersed with interesting sections of mosaic crochet. It’s long enough to wrap around the neck multiple times or to drape loosely over shoulders in numerous ways. This pattern is suited to both experienced crocheters and those eager for a challenge. The pattern uses US crochet terminology and includes step-by-step mosaic crochet tutorial."Monochrome Bias Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

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