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Teddy Cowl-free knitting pattern

The Teddy Cowl is a quick simple knit and a great project for beginners. It works up really fast using super chunky yarn. The alternating stitches give great texture for a cosy, easy to wear accessory. Pattern includes sizing for adult and child’s sizes. Yarn pictured is King Cole Big Value Big in Petal. You could also substitute this for any super chunky yarn. The pattern is free and can be downloaded from my LoveCrafts designer page here Click here for more info on the yarn and here to find your nearest King Cole stockist. Yarn kindly gifted by King Cole, post contains affiliate links
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