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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Angel Cowl

Angel cowl 
I made a little crocheted cowl out of super soft and light weight Malabrigo Lace yarn.  The color was Plomo and I just kept crocheting until I ran out of yarn.  I used the Angel scarf pattern which is temporarily unavailable but I had downloaded it ages ago.  I decided to crochet it together to make it a cowl instead of a scarf.  The first picture shows it doubled, but you can see the length of the single loop in the photo below.
Angel cowl
Crocheting laceweight yarn on a 4.5 mm hook means you see progress pretty quickly.  Add in a simple, repetitive pattern and you've got a great project!  This was fun to do and in the light laceweight yarn, I can probably wear it most of the year here.
Angel cowl
In other news, Logan had a medical issue and while medically it wasn't a big deal, it meant he had to wear the Cone of Shame for four weeks.  Logan dealt with it by bashing into anyone and anything with the cone (I've got the bruises to prove it).  Max dealt with it by spending the first three weeks hissing, growling, and fully puffed at Logan.  The last week he decided he just didn't care anymore I guess.  Anyway, yesterday was Logan's post op and he's healing nicely and cone free this morning!  I can't even tell you how many happy dog noises he's made this morning.  We're all happy to get things back to normal!

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Blogger Susanne said...

Love that cowl, however I don't crochet but it is gorgeous! So sorry about Logan's health issues. Are you able to access a "cone" that is inflatable. ie no bruises, far less shame, and perhaps no hissing cats!! I think they are a great invention. Soft for the animal and the family as well. It still serves the purpose but it is far less humiliating for the pet.

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