Finished second cowl

Tonight I bound off my second cowl. This one is to be a Christmas present. I used the same pattern I used with the first cowl I completed a week or so ago, the "Purl Ridge Scarf" cowl pattern by Stephen West.

Again I used Noro Kureyon yarn but in a orangey, rust, brown colorway. I still haven't photographed the first cowl. So maybe I can photograph both cowls at the same time. I have to say, the Noro Kureyon yarn's color is "made" for this pattern as the bands of color make wonderful stripes in the scarf.

Next Project: The "Climb and Swirl Cowl (to be a Christmas present)


brucedow's picture

Love the cowl - but more important, I checked your website.
I love your paintings!

TomH's picture

Thanks, Bruce. So glad you like my art. Always wonderful to hear!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Followed the links and saw for myself [odd I never thought of it until now]. Nice work and same for the artists you mention.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

TomH's picture

Thanks a lot!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

You're welcome.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Bill Carl's picture

Both of these Cowl patterns are great. Especially the Climb and Swirl. Stephen West is one of my idols. I have quite a few of his patterns. I am working on his Purl ridge Cowl right now as a Christmas Gift.

TomH's picture

I'm going to knit the Climb and Swirl with a strand of Lana Vida "Hannah" and a strand of Rowan "Kidsilk Haze". Should be luscious.

The Purl Ridge Cowl makes a perfect Christmas gift project since it's such an easy knit that looks great when finished.

Kerry's picture

The purl ridge scarf is one of my favourites, I like most of Stephen's designs.