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Crochet pattern - The Golden Collection - Rose - fall/winter fun beanie hat cowl

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PDF crochet pattern to create The Golden Collection - Rose Cowl and Rose Beanie only. This is not the finished product.

**This is a PDF pattern ONLY**

I came up with the idea of creating a series of winter accessories inspired by the characters in the TV show The Golden Girls. These pieces - a cowl and a beanie - are inspired by Rose Nylund, who I see as being bright, bubbly, optimistic, and from Minnesota. These pieces are warm and snuggly, ready for the cold winters, while popping with colour and fun. The bobbles create a delightful textural aspect, and they’re so fun to play with. I even like how the inside looks! These are fun and cheery pieces which should brighten up your wardrobe on even the greyest winter days.

The pattern comes with a full photo tutorial and written instructions and is for beginner to intermediate crocheters. I used about half of one ball of each colour for the rainbow set (100g balls of Cleckheaton California in Butter Cream and Circus), around half a cake of the Lincraft Cakes (200g, in Lovely Lilac and Mint Fairy), and just over two balls of the Noro Silk Garden Lite (50g each).

Please message me if you have any questions about this pattern, or visit http://nerdishdelights.com to see my free patterns.
PDF crochet pattern to create The Golden Collection - Rose Cowl and Rose Beanie only. This is not the finished product.

**This is a PDF pattern ONLY**

I came up with the idea of creating a series of winter accessories inspired by the characters in the TV show The Golden Girls. These pieces - a cowl and a beanie - are inspired by Rose Nylund, who I see as being bright, bubbly, optimistic, and from Minnesota. These pieces are warm and snuggly, ready for the cold winters, while popping with colour and fun. The bobbles create a delightful textural aspect, and they’re so fun to play with. I even like how the inside looks! These are fun and cheery pieces which should brighten up your wardrobe on even the greyest winter days.

The pattern comes with a full photo tutorial and written instructions and is for beginner to intermediate crocheters. I used about half of one ball of each colour for the rainbow set (100g balls of Cleckheaton California in Butter Cream and Circus), around half a cake of the Lincraft Cakes (200g, in Lovely Lilac and Mint Fairy), and just over two balls of the Noro Silk Garden Lite (50g each).

Please message me if you have any questions about this pattern, or visit http://nerdishdelights.com to see my free patterns.

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