Cowl!

In CategoryKnitting
ByDeb


(Cowl Posed Artfully on Weathered Adirondack)

Lookie!

I made a cowl!

I would do that thing where I take a picture in the bathroom mirror wearing it, but there are (oddly) no mirrors here. Who knows what my eyebrows are doing; I shall probably require a weed whacker and pruning sheers to tame them the next time I can look into a mirror. And the tetchy Lesbian Cop Hair is suffering too, I can feel it. I’ve gotten more than one quickly disguised look of surprise from the UPS man. Hopefully the new cowl will distract people.

Sparkly!


(Cowl Posed Meaningfully on Rain-Soaked Deck)

It’s the Tuesday Night Cowl by I’m Knitting As Fast As I Can, and it’s free on Ravelry. This was a VERY quick and easy knit, and if you want to dip your toe into cables, this is a good start. I made the Chunky Weight Yarn version (with Grande Glow Baby Alpaca by Plymouth) and it has only 2 cable rows per repeat, and only 5 repeats. I knit it in 3 evenings while watching old episodes of Firefly.

An evening spent with young Nathan Fillion is a very pleasant evening indeed.


(Cowl Posed Astonishingly on Sea Grass)

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4 Responses to “Cowl!”

  1. Kristy Says:

    LOL…I love the photo captions. And you are a master photography stager. Nice work!

    The cowl is lovely. I love the color. I love the style. I love that it’s Alpaca. When can I have it?
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  2. Karen Says:

    Great cowl. I will have to show that to Kei. Alas I don’t know nothing bout knitting much to Kei’s frustration. Nathan Fillion..swoons. I LOVE him. Do you watch Castle? He is ruggedly handsome you know…
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  3. tracey just another mom Says:

    I too love the photo caps. You silly goose.

    And I love the word “cowl.”
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  4. Kirsten is Comfortably Domestic Says:

    Holy cow, Girlfriend! I printed that pattern a few weeks ago, and I’m waiting for the inspiration yarn to leap of out my stash so that I can begin. Also, Cowl on Grass is my favorite.
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