Hazelnut Cowl

 

This cowl is really sweet! I found the pattern while noodling around on Ravelry and thought it would be a perfect present for gift giving. If I were to knit this again I would go up a needles size because my knitting is slightly tighter than average. (I did not do gauge, I like to fly by the seat of my pants).

Blocking the cowl really makes the mini cabling pop!

As you know I 'm knee deep in Christmas knitting, and so far I am motivated and enjoying each project which is a really good place to be. What are you working on this week?


Comments

  1. Oh Karen! That is just so sweet! Hmm, I might have some DK yarn that would work perfectly for this! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. That is lovely! If I have some yarn left over from my sweater, I'm going to knit this!

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  3. Hi Karen,
    ...that cowl is so pretty!
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  4. The is a darling cowl. The cabling is so cute. I just finished my cardigan sleeves. No it is time to new everything together.

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  5. That IS a sweet cowl :-). I am still trying to finish October stuff, much less starting on November or gasp, Christmas :-o.

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  6. Love the cowl! I'm about to start a pair of fingerless gloves.
    Also...I love knowing that you don't gauge :)

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  7. What a pretty cowl and I love your choice of yarn color. Just wonderful. I (finally) finished up the pair of socks I have been knitting for the past 2 months!! Now to cast on a scarf for some Christmas knitting.

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  8. That cowl is very sweet. It will make a wonderful gift. I am working on my handspun cowl and a new sweater. I'm currently wearing the sweater I knit last winter and wool socks - a happy place indeed.

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  9. Looks super cozy Karen and such a pretty color.

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  10. That is GORGEOUS! Lucky person to get that one!!!

    Socks ... if I can get motivated to get going on them.

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