Wednesday, June 20, 2012

How Now...


Brown cowl.



For me, not she. Though she models it well.


Softest, squishiest organic yarn from Denmark.

Photo by Lola

Ravelry notes here.
Yarn Along here.
Reading this and this. They didn't quite make it into the picture.

24 comments:

  1. Oooooh nice cowl, and stylish model too!

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  2. Great modeling and fantastic knitting. Love Taproot. Something I read slowly to get it all.

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  3. Great photo shoot! Love the cowl :)

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  4. beautiful ! is it michelle's cottonseeds ?
    i was only looking at that today ! :)

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  5. oooh pretty cowl, and your little girlie looks gorgeous modelling it...... perhaps you should make her one too! that yarn looks scrummy. have a knitty wednesday xxx

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  6. Such a cozy cowl, I bet it's just the thing for winter!

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  7. Oooh, gorgeous. Now you have me book marking cool cowls on Raverly! I havne't knit a cowl yet, but I was going to try knitting socks next. Now I am thinking socks would make a great Summer knitting project. So perhaps after the baby sweater and my cardigan are done, a cowl should be next? Knitting dilemmas! They are the best kind of problems to have I think. :)

    Love your red coat too!

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  8. Gorgeous cowl! I have made a few only to unravel them..they just don't seem to look right on me.
    Love the look of Taproot.
    x

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  9. Ooh I really love that cowl, it's such a lovely looking stitch you've too. I've been thinking of making one for myself of the crochet variety though. They look much easier to wear than a scarf that always seems to get in the way. xx

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  10. These pics look like they came out of Vogue----so very lovely!!!!

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  11. What a pretty stitch. At first I thought it was gray (lighting made it look that way), but now I see it's more of a light milk chocolate.

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  12. Ohh, I've yet to knit the GAP-tastic cowl but seeing yours is reminding me that I must!

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  13. Cowls are my absolute favorite thing to keep me warm in winter time. I have tons of them. Yours came out great!

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  14. I nearly caved in to temptation and bought some of that yarn while I was in London at the weekend... but I was strong. Now I kinda wish I had been a little weaker!!!

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  15. Gorgeous, I am in love with cowls at the moment, which is a bit funny as summer is trying to start (not succeeding however).

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  16. Beautiful. I don't have a cowl (despite owning about 400 scarves) and I think there is room for one in my life.

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  17. Beautiful cowl and is that seed stitch? Love it!

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  18. Lovely cowl and model :-) Your photos are stunning

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  19. oh my greer, these photos are gorgeous, i love them. your cowl is really lovely and your daughter even more so. i would love to try that yarn, sounds amazing.

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  20. Looking lovely and perfect for the cooler days of winter.
    Enjoy wearing your cowl.

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  21. Very funny! "brown cowl" Beautiful outfit too. I love the jacket, my mom made me a red one out of corduroy when I was in college, I wore it till it fell apart. It looks like just the kind of cold that I like, with some green to sustain you - enjoy!

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  22. It's beautiful - on her and on you. I adore your red coat!

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