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Feature Guest Blogger- The Hippy Hooker November 6, 2012

I love my fellow hookers… and I love their patterns.  This featured pattern is brought to you by the Hippy Hooker.

I absolutely love her patter for this simple yet chic Fall cowl… Perfect for a cool Fall day or even a mild Winter day.  So super easy and fun to make…

Super Simple Cowl Pattern by the Hippy Hooker              

                       Lets get to know the Hippy Hooker!

In a nutshell, I’m a 21 year old stay at home mom. But I believe I am much more than that. I have an amazing almost 1 year old boy who is my motivation and inspiration. I am also engaged and planning my wedding for July 2013, and I couldn’t be any happier! I love being a stay at home mom and crocheting/blogging in my spare time.

I started crocheting in winter 2011. I started off learning through YouTube tutorials and joining crochet groups on Facebook. It was really helpful having a group of people to help troubleshoot my problems with. I have yet to quit hooking and I don’t plan to stop any time soon! I think what I love most about the craft is the never ending ideas you can come up with.

I started my blog back in June 2012 with the idea that I would use to to track my crochet projects, ideas, and patterns. I’m still new to the blogging world, but I’m learning as I go. I’ve also got some really great blogger friends to help me out.

I love love love making those headband/ear warmers you will always see me wearing. I just love how fast they work up, and the endless color combinations you can come up with!

I love being able to share with others what I love. If I find something incredibly easy you can bet I’m going to want to share it with everyone I know! My blog gives me a great way to do that.

I love cotton. I love the softness, how it works up when I crochet with it, and I especially love it in my kitchen. All of my dish cloths, pot holders, and trivets are made with cotton!

When making the cowl I wanted something I could wear even when it wasn’t freezing cold outside. I came up with it right on the cusp of fall, so I was almost begging for an excuse to wear something I had crochet. The thickness of the yarn gives it a heavy feel, but the holes I created leave room for breathability so it’s wearable indoors and out.

There are also great patterns for headbands on The Hippy Hooker… check her out and tell her I sent ya.

Happy Hookin’ and Have FUN!!!

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