Sunday, January 23, 2011

Knit Cowl

  
So I've been a little behind with blogging lately, but here is the cowl that I knit up with that lovely Spring Garden hand spun yarn I bought from Zibeline Knits.


I love the way it turned out.


No pattern, as usual.  Just knit in the round on circular needles, size 15.


Just love the texture and feel of this yarn.  Couldn't be happier with it.  And not only is Keya's yarn fabulous, but she's got a great blog too.

5 comments:

Ellen Stewart (aka Ellie/El/e) said...

I love the colors!

Vintage Gal said...

Love the colours also ~ it would really keep you warm...May have to try this~ thanks for the inspiration. ;-)

Zibeline Knits said...

Wow! That really turned out nicely! I'm so glad you love the yarn!

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

I've been wanting to knit but I only know how to crochet. Coming over from BNOP.

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Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

I'm behind in my blogging too, as you say you are -- but, it is so nice to see that, even with all of your schoolwork (my excuse for being behind in blogging is my stupid winter allergies and not feeling up to par!), you are still creating and making so many beautiful things! Great job on this, and oh - how I love the color(s)!!!!
Best,
Gloria