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PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PATTERN, NOT THE ACTUAL ITEM! There are no refunds for .pdf files.

This is an 8 page pdf file with instructions to make this beautiful cabled cowl and fingerless gloves. Includes size adjustment notes and photos, seam finishing help (sewn seam or Kitchener Stitch), and a tutorial on increasing (make one left and right) for the thumb gusset on the gloves.

Skill level: Intermediate. You should know how to use a cable hook.

Cowl Dimensions: The smaller cowl (Ivory) is 20 inches in circumference and 6 ½ inches wide (varies because of cabling.)
The larger (Taupe) cowl is 25 inches in circumference and 6 ½ inches wide.

Glove Dimensions: 7 inches long by 7 ½ inches in diameter (unstretched)
The gloves are a one-size fits all, but there are instructions on how to adjust the size if you find this necessary.

All patterns are written using US knit standard terms. This pdf file is a downloadable file and will be immediately available as soon as payment is confirmed. You will be directed on how to do this by Etsy.

If you have ANY problems please contact me - I support all my patterns and will get back to you within 24 hours.

You are free to make and sell anything from any of the patterns in my shop. Just don't resell the original pattern, please.

Click here for more patterns in the Neck Scarves - Gloves section: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Lifeinsmallspaces?section_id=11878645

Knit PATTERN - Triple Cable Cowl and Fingerless Gloves

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