I finally figured out how to rotate it :). You will notice there is a different yarn. I felt the need to have her return the darker teal color, in the previous picture, because it was a cotton/bamboo yarn and the rest of the yarns are wool. I will need to block this cowl and the cotton yarn really wouldn’t stretch to block well. But this new yarn is lovely to work with. It is a 3 Irish Girls fingering wt merino/nylon yarn purchased from Stitch Together Studio. I have put more about this yarn on my Ravelry project page (you might need a Ravelry acct to log in to see it, it is a free acct to make) :).
I should have a finished project picture to post by the weekend, as it is my intention to have this finished and blocked by Saturday :).
Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving day, some good food, family and friends :). Hope everyone stays safe in their travels.
For our Military, who have given service and sacrificed for our freedom!
I would like to take a moment to thank all those veterans who fought in the various wars and “police actions” for our freedom. Thank you for your service, and thank you to your families for allowing you to do that.
3-Color Cashmere Cowl 2
3-Color Cashmere Cowl 1
I am still working on Hermione’s Everyday socks. I have finished the leg on one sock and am getting ready to start the leg on the 2nd sock, however I have started working on the 3-Color Cashmere Cowl, shown above, for a friend, tho it is not being knit in cashmere. It is a nice diversion. The yarns she purchased for it are from Stitch Together, a local yarn shop. More info on the yarns can be found in greater detail on my project page for this cowl on Ravelry. 😉 You may need to sign into Ravelry to view the project page.
I will post a picture of Hermione’s Everyday socks when I get the 2nd leg finished before I do the heel flap. The color (tho beautiful) on the socks doesn’t show the pattern very well, I think I chose a color too dark for a delicate pattern.