Finished cowl

I finished knitting my cowl scarf tonight and blocked it. The scarf is drying now.

You might recall I posted a week or so ago about wanting to knit a cowl for myself. I decided on the "Purl Ridge Scarf" cowl pattern by Stephen West. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/purl-ridge-scarf

As soon as it's dry and I get it photographed, I'll post photos. - Tom

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MMario's picture

Didn't you just start this? I gotta get me a pair of thos plus five needles of lightning speed.

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TomH's picture

LOL - yes, I started it last week. It's a pretty mindless knit. No charts. No counting. No lace ... Really, what was I thinking? But at least it was knit in the round.

smalltownknitguy's picture

I knit this pattern for myself a few weeks back. I love it and it matches my new winter coat. Can't wait to see pics of yours.

TomH's picture

Will take some photos as soon as it is completely dry. What yarn did you use?

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Look forward to the photos. BTW - Does your photo show you in front of one of your paintings? I also trained as a painter - Abstract Expressionist - and really like what I see.

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TomH's picture

Yes, I'm standing in front of one of my paintings. My work is very inspired by the work of the abstract expressionists.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

How wonderful. I like to think that my work with paint, ceramics, weaving, etc. helps me with designing things to knit and picking colorways.

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