Gift Cowl

 


Well well well. I finished this gift cowl over the weekend. I am thrilled with the color striping and the fact that I barely made it with the gray and white yarns. I used the same three skeins from the first cowl here changing the order of the yarns used. There is nothing as exciting as winning at the yarn chicken game. If you look closely, I did have to stripe the lacy section to officially make the gray yarn last.

What are you working on this week?

Comments

  1. That is a beautiful yarn chicken win!

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  2. Beautiful finish, Karen! And I love winning at yarn chicken! :)

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  3. How pretty and well done for winning at yarn chicken :D

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  4. Winner-Winner-Chicken-Dinner!! LOL That cowl is gorgeous Karen. Lovely finish.

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  5. Very pretty. Yarn chicken is so nerve racking. When you win it is a huge thrill.

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  6. Glad you won at yarn chicken! Nice finish and a great reminder to get busy and finish my version of that pattern.

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  7. SO PRETTY! great job!
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  8. It looks good Karen a nice pattern, well done with a pleasing finish x

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  9. Yay๐ŸŽŠfor a finish. I'm getting back up on the brioche horse today.

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  10. I've been watching this cow1 and it is perfect. It wi11 1ook just perfect on someone!

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  11. Yarn chicken is the best when you win. The cowl turned out lovely. I like the way you made the yarn work together in the pattern.

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  12. Yay for winning at yarn chicken. The cowl is gorgeous!

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  13. How lovely! And any time you can be the winner with yarn chicken, it's worth bragging about.

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  14. That is so lovely and I do like you extra stripes they work perfectly. I do love winning at yardage chicken!

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  15. Beautiful cowl Karen and it’s always fun playing yarn chicken ๐Ÿ˜Š

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