Northern Neighbour

The Crofter’s Cowl is washed and photographed (as best I could, in current light conditions). It is soft and snuggly and so much more practical than a scarf.

The Malabrigo yarn may be my second favourite yarn ever.

Please don’t examine the grafting too closely…

Crofter's Cowl
Crofter's Cowl
  • Cast on Date: March 7th, 2009
  • Cast on: Long Tail
  • Pattern: Crofter’s Cowl by Gudrun Johnston/The Shetland Trader
  • Pattern Price: Free
  • Yarn: Malabrigo Yarn Merino Worsted
  • Quality: 100% Merino handspun
  • Weight: Aran
  • Length: 198 metres per 100g skein
  • Price: gained in a stash swap
  • Amount: tbc
  • Colour: Vaa 51
  • Needles: 6.0 mm
  • Stitches: 90
  • Pattern Repeats: as written
  • Blocked: lightly
  • Finished Size: n/a
  • Cast Off: centre
    grafted
  • Cast Off Date: March 10th, 2009
  • Ravelry Project: Northern Neighbour
Before washing and blocking
Before washing and blocking

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