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Old 12-08-2007, 03:06 PM   #1
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Another quickie cowl/neckwarmer
Last week, sometime, someone posted their neckwarmer based on the pattern here:
http://fpea.blogspot.com/2006/12/fre...ckie-cowl.html

I was feeling quite desperate as there is little time before Christmas and my plans for scarves were not working for me. Yay for an alternative -- a QUICK alternative. It took me probably 5-6 hours, but I am a slow knitter. S-L-O-W.

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Old 12-08-2007, 03:40 PM   #2
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It's beautiful. Love the color.
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Very, very nice. What a great idea for a gift. Good job.
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very nice. I like the colors too. What yarn is that?
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Pretty yarn! And nice work!
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That was me!!! Yours looks awesome I've made a couple more since then... SUCH a quick knit !
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Originally Posted by kkatt82 View Post
That was me!!! Yours looks awesome I've made a couple more since then... SUCH a quick knit !
Thanks! They are so quick and have become addictive to make. Thanks for posting your's!
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very nice. I like the colors too. What yarn is that?
It's Caron Simply Soft shadows in Mardi Grey.
It's so soft and the colors look more fantastic in person.
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It looks great!!

I'm going to have to try this pattern... I have one for lace and it's slooooooowwwww
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Beautiful, great colors!
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