Friday, 8 August 2014

Ammolite Cowl Finished

Hello again,

Thanks for your visit again. I have written about this beautiful Ammolite cowl previously here and here. I have eventually finished this project, all ends sewn in and it has been blocked…

Ive loved everything about knitting this cowl. The pattern, the yarn and the process. 

I used 100 British yarn produced at Coldharbour Mill in Uffculme. I bought three skeins as the ball bands did not include a yarn length which was a little disappointing. As it turned out I only used two skeins so I have one left to make a hat or gloves (not decided as yet).

The Pattern was a Tin Can Knits pattern (don't you just love their patterns, I listend to a wonderful interview with one half of tin can knits and fell in love with them even more, I think it was on the Knit British podcast but I cant remeber) from Pom Pom quarterly magazine and it was my first attempt at cable knitting. The only thing I regret is knitting the bigger size. The cowl is a little to big for me but at least it will fit over my jacket in the cold winter days.

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1 comment:

  1. I too love Tin Can Knits I made the antler cardigan and loved the pattern. The pattern for the cowl is lovely :)


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