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Faerie Magic

Faerie Magic 4x h

I saw the Red Heart Boutique Magical yarn and knew I had to do something with it, and this is what happened.

I had planned on making just a simple cowl, but it turned in something much more versatile than I could have imagined. It’s very quick and easy to make and can be worn 4 different ways:

  • As a Cowl
  • As a Poncho
  • As a Hood
  • or over a pair of leggings as a Skirt!

Level:
Easy/Early Intermediate

Sizes:

  • Small (approx. 40in. circ.)
  • Medium (approx. 43in. circ.)
  • Large (approx. 46in. circ.)

(Measurements are an approximate length of the foundation single crochet before joining for neck opening/waist, the stitch pattern is stretchy and will make it a bit wider for the body of the piece)

Materials:

  • 6.50mm hook
  • Red Heart Boutique Magical, 2, (3, 3) skeins in Crystal Ball
  • 50in. or more cording, or 6 times desired length + 3in. or 4in. of yarn for Braided Drawstring Tie

Gauge:
4dc, 2ch, 1sc and 3 rows = approx. 2 inches in Fairy Shell stitch pattern

$2.50

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