Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Snow Day Cowls



Three cowls off the needles. . .

Pattern: Snow Day Cowl by Sue Jackson (Ravelry link)

Yarn: Grey Tweed (2 cowls) - reclaimed wool from thrift shop sweaters 3.5 oz. each
          Patons Shetland Chunky Tweeds (Deep Red) 3 oz.

Needles: US 11 - red cowl and one grey tweed cowl
               US 10.5 - one grey tweed cowl

Stitches: 72 sts

Pattern adjustments:
Red cowl is 7 inches high
Grey tweed cowls are 8 inches each
Purl bind-off

I love this pattern and have already cast on more Snow Day Cowls.

9 comments:

  1. That's a cute pattern. Looks like it probably works up pretty quickly. You could make some for EVERY outfit you have. :-)

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  2. Just lovely Nancy. The red pops in the picture. Someone's going to be nice and fashionably warm

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  3. Thanks for the link! Those are lovely. Maybe I can get some done this winter.

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  4. Oh, they look like they would be cozy during our WINDY and cold days! Nice!!

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  5. They look so warm. Everyone needs one--or two--or three! Also, I really need to get rid of a lot of leftovers and this is the perfect project for it.

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  6. I love those! How loose do they fit around your neck?

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  7. They look great. I sure hope I don't need anything like that this winter!

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  8. Thanks for the link, Nancy! Neat that you made some with re-cycled yarn. Do you wash it to get the kinks out?

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