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Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Wacky Wednesday

I was taking a look on Rowan's website and noticed that they were offering the pattern for Stockport for free (you can download it on Ravelry or on Rowan's website)
The pattern was originally featured in Rowan Magazine 46 and is knit out of Cocoon.
This wonderful soft roving British yarn is a designer's dream. Made from a blend of merino wool and kid mohair, it creates beautiful textured and cable stitches and lovely striping and pattern effects.
We have been going through the store straightening up the shelves and garments. It's been a long time since I've talked about The Honey Cowl. Maybe you've forgotten about this pattern. Maybe you haven't heard of it.
A simple slip stitch pattern cowl creates a dense waffle-like fabric for warmth and supple drape. This flexible pattern can be worked in four different sizes using just one or two skeins of yarn. The short and longer versions are lovely viewed on both sides.
Knit in light worsted yarn, this cowl is perfect for a bright pop of color and a warm hug around your neck.
The pattern is suitable for beginners and it's also fun for advanced knitters. And you get to knit with madelinetosh.

Download the pattern for free on Ravelry...

I was just looking in our Ravelry group and we have some takers on the Stephen West MKAL - The Doodler. Lorraine asked if we had seen the video that Stephen made. I hadn't, but I just did and here it is. It will put a smile on your face. (And remember, Stephen is wacky - in a good way - but wacky)

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