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Old 12-08-2007, 09:37 PM   #11
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That is really gorgeous, geat job!
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Old 12-08-2007, 11:27 PM   #12
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That looks so cozy. I love the colors!
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I love the colors! That's beautiful and you knitted it so quickly.

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Gorgeous! I have to make one (or more!) of these. Thanks for posting.
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LOVE your cowl.. when you think about it.. why knit a whole scarf?
we just use it around our neck! Did you double up on that yarn? The pattern said to use chuncky yarn and SS shadows is wortsted ,I think a light worsted, isn't it? What needles did you use? Thanks for the info!! and the pictures.. some day, I am gonna figure out how to do the picture thing on here..
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Very nice . Looks nice and cozy
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Originally Posted by Pat in Ca View Post
LOVE your cowl.. when you think about it.. why knit a whole scarf?
we just use it around our neck! Did you double up on that yarn? The pattern said to use chuncky yarn and SS shadows is wortsted ,I think a light worsted, isn't it? What needles did you use? Thanks for the info!! and the pictures.. some day, I am gonna figure out how to do the picture thing on here..
Instead of using chunky, when I used the worsted, I ended up using a size 10 set of needles and then casted on 43 stitches versus 38 that it recommended. I didn't double up and it turned out nice.
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Old 12-09-2007, 07:30 PM   #18
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That looks awesome. I love making cowls. I made a mobeius cowl in one night last week. They do seem to knit up so much faster than scarves!
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