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Thursday, July 05, 2018

The Finished Cowl

Jessica Jones cowl 
I have finished my Jessica Jones cowl!  The bind off took three days.  I'm not kidding.  It was a sewn bind off (which I've never done before), and it took three days to get finished.  It looks nice but I'm not entirely sold on it looking three days worth of work nice.
Jessica Jones cowl
The cowl is finished though, and blocked.  It blended the two skeins of yarn well (much better than the original project that had a very obvious skein change line), and its very soft and drapey.  I've also got no urge to knit linen stitch at the moment, but since I really like the way it looks, I know I'll knit the stitch pattern again in the future.

Just in case you were curious, the top photo is more accurate colorwise.



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