Friday, December 13, 2013

Finished Object Friday: Honey Wine Cowl

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I can't believe I'm posting two Finished Object Fridays in a row!! Hmmm...I notice I haven't posted much else. I'm waiting for the Christmas tree to be completely, completely done to post about that (it's been mostly done for a week!). Of course, Theme-a-licious check-in is coming up, and you are all doing SO WELL with sending in your themes! I'm greatly enjoying your creativity and I've giggled over several of them! But remember that, along with the finely-crafted, alliterative and generally clever themes you've been sending in, you can also just send me something simple, like "hearts". I can spin it into a particular month. So if your creative juices are drying up like a batch of gingerbread you left in the oven too long, don't let that stop you from participating!

So now...on with the finished object!

This is a Honey Cowl, knit in Malabrigo Rios. YUM, this yarn is sooo soft! It's knit with only one skein, as I didn't want a super-wide cowl (plus I only had one skein due to a bone-headed purchase--towards the end there). I'm excited to have one more thing off the needles! Soon I'll be in single-digits with knitting WIPs!

BWAHAHAHA!! None of you buy THAT, do you?

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Two Finished Object Fridays in a row?? What is the world coming to around here??? For more lovely knits, head over to Tami's Amis and Wisdom Begins in Wonder!


Unknown said...

I keep looking at that pattern. Just need to do it and be done with it! Love the colors in your version.

Lija Broka said...

It looks great! Well done. Very time appropriate. I wish I had one of those for the winter.

Southpaw Stitcher said...

Cute cowl. Love the colors in the yarn!

WonderWhyGal said...

I've had that cowl on my list forever...I really need to cast it on. Love the yarn you chose for yours.

Melanie said...

Single digits? You mean like a single number next to another single number, etc......right? ;)
Very lovely colors on this. I bet it's soft. That yarn is dreamy. (I know I used it at one time or another......just can't remember with WHAT at the moment.)

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