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That pattern has a bad link on Ravelry. Do you have a copy that could be emailed?Thanks, Debby
Thanks for the info Debby. Wow that must have taken the site down recently. The pattern was super easy. Cast on 15 (or any odd number stitches you want to get the width you like). Do a row of seed stitch. When you get to the end of the row, cast on 10 stitches using a cable cast on method. Bind off the cast ons. Then do another row of seed stitch. When you get to the end of that row, cast on 10 more and bind them off. Just keep on doing this till you get the length you want. The pattern had it as a scarf but I was turning them into long loose cowls.
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