Julia Farwell-Clay's Icelandic Star Cowl from Knitscene Accessories 2013 Last winter, Knitscene Assistant Editor Louisa Demmitt knitted a beautiful wrap—Julia Farwell-Clay's Icelandic Star Cowl from Knitscene Accessories 2013. It's a wonderful piece that incorporated the intarsia method...
In the last couple of winters, I've worn more knitted cowls than regular scarves. Knitted cowls are quick projects, and you can use up small amounts of luxury yarns you might have in your stash. In our new free eBook, Knit Cowl Patterns Ideas: 5 Free Knitted Cowl Patterns for Women , I've gathered...
It seems like cowls are everywhere today, in stores and on the needles. I can see why they're popular—they're useful, quick to knit, and they're often one-skein wonders. A knitting trifecta if I've ever seen one. Knitted cowls can be real stash-buster patterns, too. One of my friends...
Apr 20, 2012
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