Speckled Green Cowl


Last but not least is the scrappiest of cowls.  I finished knitting this cowl over the weekend, delighted to soak, block and photograph.  I'm ready to move onto something else to knit now that this last cowl is finished. 

This cowl has the most odds and ends of various skeins, yet I made it all 'go' together.  I was at my most creative self!



There are three maroon, two green and three purple left over skeins of yarn in the cowl.  My scrap fingering weight yarn bag is at the lowest level ever, that means casting on something new, right?



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  1. Oh yes! That turned out wonderfully! (and absolutely - cast on something new! ASAP!)

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  2. I love how well you made it go together!

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  3. Oh I love the way it turned out - good job combining the colors!

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  4. That looks wonderful! Nice job!!!

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  5. I love it! What a great idea for using up those little balls of yarn you have left over. It looks great and cosy too.

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  6. Nice finish! It looks great on you! Those so-called scraps look wonderful together.

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  7. I love it, perfect for the coming season. You really made it work the colours and patterns are a delight.

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  8. That's my favorite of all the scrap cowls you knit. The colors go together so well they look like they came from a kit. It's just beautiful and you definitely deserve to cast on something new... with new yarn!

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  9. I love love love your color choices. Perfection!

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  10. You got me knitting this cowl , 1) it is an easy mindless knit and 2) I have soo much sock yarn left overs to use up. Thanks for the inspiration! Your cowls are lovely.

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    1. so happy you are knitting this, I found it quite easy to use up bits of leftovers!

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  11. Absolutely - a finish means casting on something new. The color combinations are inspired. They look like they were meant for each other. Have fun choosing a new project.

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