Journeyer by Becky Robbins
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Journeyer

Crochet
January 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 5 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
10.0 mm (N/P)
335 - 350 yards (306 - 320 m)
one size fits most tweens, teens and adult women and men
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We’re all journeyers on this road of life, and here’s a big, cozy, completely reversible cowl to help keep your travels soft and warm. This is a quick crochet with worsted weight yarn and a size P hook. Worked in the round, the Journeyer cowl uses two 100 gram skeins of yarn and the colors are blocked instead of striped, so you just crochet half with your first color, then join and work the second half in a complimentary shade. This cowl can be easily modified for more stripes (stash-busting, anyone? :), and instructions are given for modifying the size.

Please know that you are free to use your finished object from this, and any of my other patterns, for pleasure or for profit.

Difficulty: easy, but working with a large hook and thinner yarn can be a bit challenging for a beginner

Yarn: Morning Bright Holistic Merino Worsted (175yds/100g), one skein “Red Cedar” and one skein “Harbor Seal”

Hook: size P, 10mm

Gauge: 9 stitches and 5 rows over 4” in double crochet

Finished size: 27.5”(70cm) x 11”(28cm)

Notions:
~removable stitch marker
~tapestry needle