Blooming Cowl Pattern & Promos

This week I’ve been a missed working on different projects, hope you can forgive me thought! I have great news for you!

Thanks to my wonderful group of testers my new pattern Blooming Cowl is ready for purchase and download.

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It is a feminine and light knit to wear around the neck, over your shoulders or as a wrap. The lace part is very elegant and delicate. The pattern comes in different sizes and options and can be adjusted easily to your taste.


S, [M, L]

Directions are charted and written for all sizes, width may change for sizes S & L as stated in the notes.

Finished Measurements
Length 80 cm / 31.5” [95 cm / 37.5”, 112 cm / 44”]
Width 27 cm / 10 ½” [35.5 cm / 14”, 27 cm / 10 ½”]

4 mm / US 6, 100 cm (40″) circular needle

Yardages are generously estimated. In fingering / light fingering weight (check your gauge) you will need approximately 183 [230, 251] m or 200 [250, 275] yards of MC and 91.5 [124, 137] m or 100 [135, 150] yards of CC
Gauge (after blocking in the round)
I would recommend to match it, as it affects the final measurements of your cowl.
Light Fingering. M: 21 sts and 24 rows = 4” in St st.
Fingering. S & L: 22.5 sts and 25 rows = 4” in St st


This week we are celebrating many birthdays of family and friends among other important things like my new knitting Classes, we had our first session with a group of lovely ladies; and also I got important news related to work.

Usually when one of my patterns is released I offer a special price for a few days in that particular design; but this time and because I am just very happy and hope you also have good reasons to be, I want to extend my joy to all my designs. Therefore the discount will be applied to all my individual patterns. Use the code Blooming during checkout and you will get a 20% off on your order until next Sunday, April 13th, 2014.

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Please tell us what you think! which yarn would you use? Would you like to join us for a KAL??


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