Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Hill and Dale Cowl

The days have been getting cooler and I feel like I just want to have something warm around my neck. I love the fir cone lace pattern and thought it would look cute as a cowl. I love the scalloped edge the pattern creates. I used a bulky yarn and a size 11 needle and whipped this puppy up in no time.

A girl can never have too many cowls.

Pattern: Hill and Dale Cowl (available for free on the side bar)
Yarn: Berroco Blackstone Tweed Chunky, color 6601 Clover Honey, 2 balls
Needle: 16" US 11 circular needle


Karen said...

Nice! Thanks for sharing!

Cindy said...

Love it Mary! I may have to make one myself~ thanks for sharing!

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Love the cowl! I totally agree that you can never have too many knitted accessories :)

MadMad said...

What a pretty cowl! (Why isn't ravelry picking up your feeds for me?! I missed two posts, and who doesn't love salty caramel - but frosting?! That would be AMAZING. And I could have been AMAZINGLY happy that much earlier! Must make up for lost time!

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

It's absolutely lovely! Thank you for sharing your pattern :)

yodafatkitty said...

I love the way that yarn looks! So nice for that pattern. And, you're so right, you can't have too many cowls :)