Kansas City Cowl
designed by Kim Guzman
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Tips: This accessory is designed to be worn in multiple ways. It can be worn as a capelet/small poncho, an infinity scarf or, doubled, as a cowl. As a designer and pattern writer, each size of the accessory can be worn in the multiple ways. I did not provide additional sizing because, once there is significant growth in the size of the garment, one or more of these options is not conceivable. I had to stick to what is presented. You are, however, welcome to make any alterations to it to meet the size you need.
For the large number of emails I receive saying “This is just stockinette and doesn’t look anything like what is shown in the photo,” please read the next line of the pattern for further instruction. It starts out with stockinette and is then altered in the next line. Just read that very next line and you’ll be fine.Kansas City Cowl Download
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