Sunday, November 27, 2011

Knit Cowl…thank you Pinterest!

Pretend like that vase is a person’s head and neck!  I tried to take my picture wearing this but it just didn’t work out!  Anyway, I was pinning away on Pinterest one day and found this really cool cowl. 
I am not much of a scarf wearer because I don’t like the ends hanging down from my coat or blowing in the breeze.  I think this is a great solution! 
All it took was a few hours watching TV.  I didn’t have the size 17 circular needles so I went with a few more stitches around and used size 15 circular needles.   I did use the yarn that Maggie used from Smashed Peas and CarrotsWool-Ease® Thick & Quick® Yarn…I used the Barley color. 
Anyway, I am pleasantly pleased with how easy and cute it turned out!
Linking to these great parties! 


Judy @ In His Grip said...

Okay, so this is super cute. I really like the color.

Emily said...

It's beautiful. You did a great job!

Jill said...

What a lovely cowl! Should keep you nice and cosy this winter!

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Miss Kitty said...

thanks for sharing your project! Yours turned out wonderfully. I did go over to the link that you supplied and "pinned" it on my board too. (Lord, it took that blog site a long time to load...I almost gave up). I saw your post over at "Anything Goes" Party.

Anonymous said...

Aren't Cowls the best! I love how you photographed this one. Great color choice as well.

Felicia @ All Things Fee said...

Gotta love Pinterest! And that cowl!

Thanks for sharing at Calling All Crafters!

Liz @ said...

That looks so warm and cozy... even with it warming up your sea shells. :) I would love for you to link up to Find Your Craft Friday!!!

ps. We live fairly close to each other. :)

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

What a wonderful project. Thanks so much for linking up to Things I’ve Done Thursday!!

Sew Rugged @ bear rabbit bear

Robin said...

Someday I will learn to knit!

Ruth said...

I love cowls, too! I don't knit much but I crocheted one.