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Hello, everyone. I'm new to the forum and hail from the San Francisco Bay Area. I'm looking for patterns for matching man's cowl and hat that would be soft, warm and appropriate for using two colors. My husband is a Cal Berkeley football fan and would like me to make a set in the school's colors. Thanks for your help!

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acsingalls said:
Hello, everyone. I'm new to the forum and hail from the San Francisco Bay Area. I'm looking for patterns for matching man's cowl and hat that would be soft, warm and appropriate for using two colors. My husband is a Cal Berkeley football fan and would like me to make a set in the school's colors. Thanks for your help!

Anne
Hello. Here is a basic pattern for a cap and scarf [can be made into a cowl]

http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/70064.html?noImages=
 

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Knitting with Balls: A Hands-On Guide to Knitting for the Modern Man
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Author: Del vecchio, michael. Format: Trade paperback. Publish Date: 11/2006. Subjects: Crafts / Hobbies. ISBN: 0756622891, 9780756622893.
 

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I was on Ravelry.com looking at hats and couldn't believe how many there were. Some are free and some are a small charge. If you have a Paypal account, it's easy to "go wild" buying patterns there in a matter of minutes. Since everyone has different tastes, I'm sure you will find something you really want to put your knitting effort into completing. Good luck!
 

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Hello again--You can go to AllFreeKnitting, Knitting On The Net (last choice), or just Google "free knitting patterns" to search for just about anything you get the idea to create. I love Lion Brand.; their patterns are diclaimed to be absolutly true--error free! and their yarns are beautiful but limited. KnitPicks and KnitPicky (with a Y) are good sites also. More expensive but wonderful is Berroco yarns for free great patterns, and of course, super and exotic yarns (yummmy). Enjoy shopping!
 
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