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Yarn: I’m using one skein of Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca Bonus Bundle – Purple Aster (7oz per skein)
Or any worsted/aran yarn (weight 4) — Learn more about Yarn Weight System
I also tried Caron Simply Soft, in that case you might need 2 skein of yarn (or 1 skein without fringes)

Also for the tools:
5.0mm crochet hook (H) or size needed to obtain gauge
3 x 3/4in(2cm) buttons (needle and thread for sewing the buttons on, I’m using the yarn and darning needle)
darning needle
stitch markers
scissors


Finish Size:
without fringe: 30″ x 8″ (76cm x 20cm)

Gauge: (in 4″ x 4″/10cm x 10cm)
16 st x 8 rows in dc

Abbreviations:

Stitches Explanation:
2-dc cluster: Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, insert hook into same stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on hook
X-dc: sk1, dc in next, dc in skipped st
Popcorn st: 5 dc in same st, drop the loop from hook,  insert the hook from front to back through the first dc st of the 5-dc group, then into the dropped loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops on the hook

Pattern Note:
This pattern is work in rows and you should turn the work every row.
I suggested you count the stitches after row 8 (12, 18) is complete.
Place marker as indicated to help you find the first st of the row.

PATTERN

Row 1: with 5.0mm crochet hook (H), fdc 122 sts (multiple of 4 +2)
Row 2: ch2 (count as dc), *fpdc, bpdc, bpdc, fpdc, rep from * to last st, dc
Row 3: ch2 (count as dc), *bpdc, fpdc, fpdc, bpdc, rep from * to last st, dc
Row 4: rep row 2
Row 5 (work in front loop of Row 4): sl st (pm) , *sl st, ch3, rep from * to last 2 sts, sl st, sl st, — this row for decroative only, no further stitches will be worked into

Row 6 (work in front loop of Row 4): ch2 (count as dc), *sk 1, dc in next 3, 2-dc cluster in skipped st (work behind 3dc), rep from * to last st, dc
Row 7: ch2 (count as dc), *sk1, dc in next 3, 2-dc cluster in skipped st (work in front of 3dc), rep from * to last st, dc
Row 8: ch1 (count as sc), sc to end
Row 9 (work in back loop of Row 8): ch2(count as dc), *X-dc, rep from * to last st, dc

Row 10: rep Row 8
Row 11 (work in back loop of Row 10): ch2 (count as dc), *dc, ch1, sk1, popcorn st, ch1, sk1, rep from * to last st, dc

Row 12: rep Row 8
Row 13 (work in back loop of Row 12): rep Row 9
Row 14: rep Row 8
Row 15 (work in back loop of Row 14): ch2 (count as dc), *sk 3, 2-dc cluster in next, dc in skipped 3 (work behind 2-dc cluster), rep from * to last st, dc
Row 16: ch2 (count as dc), ch2(count as dc), *sk3, 2-dc cluster in next dc in skipped 3 (work in front of 2-dc cluster), rep from * to last st, dc
Row 17 (work in front loop of Row 16): sl st, *sl st, ch3, rep from * to last 2 sts, sl st, sl st, — this row for decroative only, no further stitches will be worked into
Row 18 (work in front loop of Row 16): ch2 (count as dc), dc to end
Row 19: rep Row 3
Row 20: rep Row 2
Row 21: rep Row 3

To make it easier to understand, I made a video for a swatch and added the row count in it so that it will be easier for you to look up.
I apology for that I couldn’t make video tuturial for you because I really not good at teaching. But I could show you how I do it.

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Sew on Buttons
1) cut 40″ (100 cm) yarn for sew on all 3 buttons
2) find the indicated place as button holes

3) sew on buttons

Add Fringe
1) cut 96 10″ (25 cm) long yarn, 3 in a group, 32 groups
2) fold in half and draw the group of yarn through the last row with your crochet hook
3)  put all the end through the loop to make a knot then pull tightly to finish

The best thing about the cowl is, it could double as a toddler poncho.

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