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She Said Hat & Cowl

The She Said Hat and Cowl are a part of the He Said/She Said Collection, which is in turn a part of the Big Ass Skein Society. This pattern contains instructions for both a hat and a cowl, and She Said Mitts are also available. There is also a hat, cowl, and mitt set called He Said that are complementary. …

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She Said Mitts

The She Said Mitts are a part of the He Said/She Said Collection, which is in turn a part of the Big Ass Skein Society. This pattern contains instructions for fingerless mitts, and a She Said Hat/Cowl pattern is also available. There is also a hat, cowl, and mitt set called He Said that are complementary. They are designed so …

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He Said Hat & Cowl

He said he wanted a hat, so I made him a hat. He is happy with the hat, which makes me happy. Spread happiness with this fun to work and quick to finish hat and cowl set, and make sure you check out the matching mitts AND the She Said Collection, which is the perfect accompaniment. Just like He and …

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He Said Mitts

He said his hands were cold, and I had this gorgeous skein of yarn, in just the right color, staring at me. What’s a knitter to do?

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Walzer Cowl

This cowl reminds me of a Tilt-a-Whirl, because of the spinning, spiraling eyelets, and a Walzer is the British word for a Tilt-a-Whirl. There you go, and Bob’s yer uncle. Soft, quick, pretty, fun. This cowl has it all. It’s the perfect quick-knit, designed to highlight one fabulous skein of chunky-weight yarn, and just the thing for quick holiday knitting.

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Peregrine Shawl

The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird, and in fact the fastest animal on the planet, when in its hunting dive, called the stoop. It soars to a great height, then dives steeply at speeds of over 200 mph. While I can’t guarantee quite that speed, it’s safe to say this shawlette worked in chunky weight yarn does knit up …

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Sea Anemone Cowl

This squishy, loopy, fabulous cowl screamed “creature of the sea” to me. It’s big enough to be worn as an over-the-shoulder cape-y type of thing, or wear it doubled for warmth and style.