Another Cowl Complete
I find myself wanting more and more cowls to wear this winter. They are warm and easy to loop for extra warmth. Yet I only own a few compared to the endless shawls I own, I'm not complaining, I'm stating a fact. I'm in a cowl wearing mood this winter.
This pattern is a delight to knit. Just keep in mind you need about 320 yards, 300 yards is quite skimpy. This is the second time I've knit this pattern. I decided to go up one needle size and bought lots of yarn. I love the way this cowl feels and drapes.
Ravelry notes are here
Your cowl looks both beautiful and warm! Even though spring is approaching, March is a fickle month, so plenty of warmth and beauty are still needed!ReplyDelete
Perfect on you Karen, just beautiful! I just cast on a baby blanket Erin wanted me to knit for a friend, but I really would love to cast on your cowl. Yes, I think I should cast on ;)ReplyDelete
I love it! A very interesting pattern. I've been very busy with my knitting as well. It's been a good winter for that!ReplyDelete
What a lovely cowl- beautiful fun color on you Karen-I do really like that pattern very unique.ReplyDelete
Stay warm and cozy.
your cowl looks beautiful and warm. love the pattern and the colour....really a very beautiful cowl!!!!!!
Looks great on you, Karen!! Love that color. blessings ~ tannaReplyDelete
You look beautiful and the color looks so pretty on you! It is a really beautiful pattern and I'm with you, cowls are perfect! :-)ReplyDelete
That's really cute! I love the scalloped edges, and the color looks amazing on you :)ReplyDelete
very nice love the colorReplyDelete
lovely!!! (I'm a cowl convert, too....even find myself trying to loop a shawl more 'cowl-like'!) Happy color, too!ReplyDelete
That's a very nice cowl! I only own one cowl, and I think the reason is the one I knit is way too bulky. It sort of put me off them. But I need to give them another chance. Yours looks so much more user friendly than mine! :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely cowl and model ;)ReplyDelete
I like these bright colors on you! That does look like a fun pattern. You know I love cowls...I was just looking at yarn trying to decide which color for my next cowl.
Gorgeous. Great, rich color, and I love the non-linear edge.ReplyDelete
Well it is just gorgeous! I finally got the Cowl book in the mail yesterday. I'm excited to start one but must work on my current WIP. (the one row cowl)ReplyDelete
That is lovely! How difficult would you rate it (keeping in mind I'm a really real beginner!) :-)ReplyDelete
If you know how to cast on, decrease, and increase then you could do this pattern. If you are a really really real beginner I'd say start with something much more simple before tackling this. I'd rate this pattern as a confident beginner to intermediate knitter.Delete
Lovely - and a great colour too!!! I like cowls too, they are nice and snuggly aren't they and do indeed keep your neck lovely and warm! xxReplyDelete
The cowl is so pretty and looks beautiful on you!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, and so is the model :)ReplyDelete
It is beautiful, and looks lovely on you. I love cowls and scarves, always wearing one :)ReplyDelete
Looking pretty! Beautiful red! I want to knit a few shawls or cowls too for next Winter, there are so many pretty patterns to choose from.ReplyDelete
The colour and pattern you used are beautiful !!! You have inspired me... I think i will try knitting myself a cowl. I'm getting tired of trying to learn the 100 ways of how to loop my scarves (LOL)ReplyDelete
you should definitely go knit a cowl, it will become your favorite knit wear.Delete
It's beautiful Karen! You wear it well. I would rather knit a cowl than a scarf any day.I love the texture.ReplyDelete
i love cowls too :)
Hi pretty lady! Love the cowl. I knit one for my SIL's bday In January and was sad to give it away. I think it's a sign I need to knot one for myself ;-)ReplyDelete
Now that is a lovely thing, perfect, from the popping red to the obvious warmth :)ReplyDelete