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April 27, 2013

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barbara

That looks great and what a brilliant way to use up some of your stash.

TERESA

Beautiful!!!! And thanks for the pattern!! You are amazing!

Karin Muir

What a lovely stitch! I love the colours you have chose.

Lisa

Beautiful. Thank you for sharing. I must try this pattern.

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Meagan

Lovely cowl and a lovely mug-shot!

Anna-Marie Field

Hi There, I looove it!!! Love the colors and love the style!!! It's much nicer in a tighter fit than a loose fit, I prefer it like that anyhow!!!! Thanks for the very speedy pattern tutorial!!! Have a fab weekend!!
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marion

This is lovely and pretty Lucy. I shall certainly be making one. Just need to buy some more pretty wool I shall certainly look at the wool that you have used. Thank you for sharing. Love Marion xx

Manu

lovely!!!!
greatings, Manu

Eugenia

You are so pretty. So much inspiration in your posts. Thank you for continuing to share your talent.

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Ada Bea

It lovely Lucy, sometimes you just don't need a huge scarf do you?! :) x

Louise Peled

Lucy you make me smile...but can't stay here chatting, I'm off to raid my stash! :) x

Sue Harding

I'm glad someone else like James Brett yarns - I don't think I've ever been disappointed by them!

Beautiful colours - but a tad too bright for me, I prefer muted tones, but I like your inventive idea for this cowl-like neck wear!

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Lise

I love it! I knit myself some cowls, but I know what you mean about the drapeyness (is that a word?). I think I'll try one of these, but maybe in wool. Thanks for the brilliant tutorial!

RedSetter

This is absolutely lovely and the colours are brilliant. It looks like my kind of favourite project, quick easy and something useful at the end. Thank you so much for providing such a brilliant tutorial too.

Clare

It's lovely, and colours are stunning such wonderful Spring colours, perfect :0)

Lisa G.

That is AWFULLY cute, Lucy!

Jo Roberts

What a perfect little make. Ideal for beginners to have a bash at. Jo x

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Jane

Fab x Jane

Inge

Beautiful cowl!
I love the colours Lucy.

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Oh Lucy!Love it:))These would make lovely Christmas(quick)gifts too.(Great pics,btw.)Love the colors,I may whip one up narrower,for a headband,to keep the hair back with for this summer.Thanks so much for sharing! Have a great day :)

Nanita

What a surprise! It's lovely, such a nice stitch and I love a cowl that isn't drapey, I need my neck snuggled in! Perfect :-) xxxx

Sally

omg that looks sooo cosy! I knitted myself a cowl recently, it's about as tight as yours looks but it's lots shorter and I wear it all the time. I may make one of these for more outdoorsey wear :)

Rachel

I made 3 of these for gifts before christmas and hated giving them away so made myself one with tiny 2 round granny squares :). I'm already working on a pure alpaca 4 ply one for next winter - tiny stitches on a tiny hook so need to get cracking now if its to be done!

Jenny Grant

Really pretty Lucy! I like how it matches your windcheater! I wore my new walking jacket today with its matching yellow shawl and it makes you feel all swishy when you match and its all singing colours lol! I do like the woven stitch design, that looks very effective! I have so much wool I don't know which yarn box to look in first!!

The colours really suit you. Nice work!

Rowen

Hi Lucy, I like the look of this, what a great stash buster, be great for a gift too. Thanks for the pattern, Rowen@Coastal Colours x

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