Bright and fun and a truly joyful knit, the Opal Cowl looks great using a different color for each colorwork section, or all in the same. With a single and double loop option, you can just keep making this cowl again and again and again.
This is the perfect little thing to throw on this Summer over a dress for a night on the town, or over a tank top for a long walk on the beach. Because of the wooly nature of the yarn, it’s also perfect to keep you warm all Winter long.
Electrical banana…is going to be a sudden craze… Donovan was haunting me as I knitted this cowl, and I could not stop singing “they call me Mellow Grellow…so rightly…” It’s a lot of stitches, done easily – a tube cowl in the softest of the soft, Malabrigo Lace. You can play with colors till the cows come home, too.
This cowl is deceptively simple. Sure, casting on and binding off both take for ever, but it’s a fun project, utilizing Cat Bordhi’s truly magical moebius cast on and my very favorite I cord bind off and a whole bunch of easy, beautiful knitting in between. In the Schoppel Wolle yarns, it looks like something out of this world.
This is one of my very favorite handknits ever. Every lace-weight yarn I see calls out to become one. I need one in every color, because right now I plan outfits around my Mesh Leaf Cowl – no joke. It’s easy, intuitive, comfortable, soft, and beautiful.
This is a super light-weight, fluffy shawlette with a hint of ruffley goodness to step it up a notch. This shawlette is plain yet flouncy…
This is the perfect project for those times when you have some special yarn and just want it to hug you. Simple and meditative knitting at its finest.