Tag Archives: cowl

  • My Favorite New Knit for Fall: Bayland Cowl

    I’ll be honest. I am devastated that summer is coming to end. I truly am. I love the heat. The sun. The swimming. All the light that never seems to end. And then there’s fall. Which has its own positive attributes. Pretty leaves. Pumpkin scented candles. Golden tinted light. My new Bayland Cowl reminds me …

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  • Garden Party Cowl Pattern Release

    Like all good things in life, this new Garden Party Cowl design has been a long time coming. It was a quick and delightful knit–one of those designs that just flew off my needles. No problems. Completely cooperative. No frogging. No cussing. No crying. That’s how I like to knit. And then this dear cowl …

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  • Solution to Too Many Scraps: A Leftovers Cowl

    In our house, I am the primary consumer of leftovers. I attribute this to at least an extra ten pounds of, well, squish. Reed won’t even LOOK at leftovers in the fridge. The thought of eating something two days in a row is unfathomable to him, lest it be cookies or cake. This leaves me with …

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  • Linto Creek Cowl Pattern Release

    In case you were wondering what you were going to do this weekend, I’ve got you covered. It is my great pleasure to introduce you to the Linto Creek Cowl, now available on Ravelry for $5.00 USD. Bam. I seriously loved this cowl from the very beginning. The silk-yak yarn was just so dreamy to …

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  • When Blocking IS a Good Idea

    Call me a hypocrite. I know. I can’t even follow my own advice on the matter. I didn’t want to block this cowl because I feared the honeycomb stitch would wither flatly away. Before blocking, it was so plump and dimensional. And I loved that. I developed this cowl in a big, fat loop because I wanted to avoid …

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