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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

This Weekend...

This weekend's hat trick wasn't a hat at all - I made a cowl!  This is the Welter cowl.  I knit it in Blue Moon Fiber Arts Yaksi (60% Wool, 20% Silk, 20% Yak) in Grimm Green.  This was my first time using this yarn and it's lovely.  It's not a superwash yarn, but it's very, very soft while still having some structure and body.  I would definitely use this again.

The pattern was straight forward and easy to knit.  I cast on, knit the cowl and bound off all on Saturday.  It was a great little project that gave me a quick finished object and let me test drive a new-to-me yarn.



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