Step 1 - find a merino sheep. In New Zealand they are usually in the mountains in the South and they can look like this:
|Shrek the famous merino sheep|
|Mountains near Queenstown, NZ - the cold is what makes the sheep's wool so warm for us.|
Step 3 - cut your cowl out of fabric - one metre for a cowl scarf, two metres for a deluxe cowl. (US readers - a metre is 3 inches longer than a yard.) If you cut more than one it may look like this:
|Minnie + Ree's cutting table|
Step 4 - sew up your scarf. While sewing it should look like this:
Step 5 - wear your scarf. It should look like these:
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