Erin Medley

The December Pattern Pack is here!

December is all about keeping your necks warm with The Pattern Pack! We have a shawl, scarf, and four comfy cowls sure to keep you warm this season. If you are like me, you may have a hard time deciding which pattern to start with first, so why not make one of each!

 

I love the colorful Birthday Cake Cowl by Heidi Nieling and the chunky Simple Braids Cowl by Natalia Johnson

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Add a pop of color with the bobble stitch, or make it really fun with several of your favorite colors together. I know this cowl would look great for a fun night out, or building a snowman with the kids.

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Simplicity should be my middle name, and this cowl fits right into that category! Beautiful stitches with a feminine flare grab your attention with this cowl. I love the idea of using some over sized buttons to finish off the design.

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These patterns come at the perfect time to grab your yarn and whip up some great gifts, or keep a few for yourself to dress up with!

To add the To add The Pattern Pack to your subscription –> http://happilyhooked.com/sp/the-pattern-pack/

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Ravelry link –> http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/the-pattern-pack–december-2016–scarves-and-neckware/patterns

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In case you missed it, here is the Mountain Top Cowl by Annelies Baes featured in the December 2015 Pattern Pack!

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Or if you are looking for something a little different, the Picante Wrap by Hannah Cross from our Smell the Roses edition is a stunning poncho pattern from February.

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Happy Crocheting,

Erin

 

Erin Medley

Erin is the owner of Crochet Medley, and the Publishing Assistant at Happily Hooked Magazine. A born and raised Michigander, she’s a military wife, and mother of two. Some of her favorite things to crochet are hats, cowls, and amigurumi. Crochet was introduced to her as a pre-teen, but became an obsession in 2008 when her son was born, so she opened a little shop to bring others joy! When she isn’t working with yarn, Erin enjoys her two fur babies, hockey, scrapbooking, coloring with the kids, baking, Star Wars, beading, reading, and watching true crime books or shows.

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