Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Yarn Along!!

I can hardly contain my excitement for today's Yarn Along.
I have something new to share, 
and you will never know how happy I am to be working on something different.
You may remember that last week I finished my 400 yard scarf, on my needles now 
The Honey Cowl.
The pattern is free on Ravelery and I have never knitted a stitch/pattern like this before.
Leanne my knitting teacher suggested this and sent me a link to the pattern...
at 5 p.m. when I am sure she had better things to do.
She answered my text, which was a shout out for "what can I make with this yarn"
"what can "I" do that will still be fun"?
She knows me, she is always there to help me...
this is so very easy, so beautiful looking...here's what I am babbling about...

You will have to pay attention to the pattern, I have a spot where my rows are "off".
But it is hardly noticeable and I am super pleased with how it's coming along.

I am using Madeline Tosh yarn that I had in my stash and the first picture is truer to the color.
If you are interested, here is a link to the free pattern.
Here's to a very happy knitting week, many thanks Leanne, you're the best!

I am joining Ginny at Small Things 
for
Yarn Along

26 comments:

  1. Such a lovely pattern and colour. This is a wonderful cowl. Your teacher, Leanne sounds very enthusiastic and nurturing.

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  2. Mais um pouco e faca concluído este belo trabalho.
    Um abraço e uma Santa e Feliz Páscoa.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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    1. translated: A little more and knife completed this beautiful work .
      A hug and a Holy and Happy Easter .
      http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  3. Very pretty. I couldn't tell you where anything is "off." It looks great.

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  4. Wow, that's pretty, Debbie! I don't see anything off about it. It's nice to have such an encouraging teacher like Leanne. :)

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  5. I love linen stitch. I have he's a lot of great things about this pattern. Keep up the fab knitting! Xoxo Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  6. I love madelintosh yarns and you certainly have a beautiful colorway there. Great work! Your enthusiasm is just so infectious!

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  7. Again ~ GREAT color! What a beautiful, beautiful pattern!!

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  8. I love the unique colour of the yarn. You are indeed blessed with a good teacher.

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  9. I love the unique colour of the yarn. You are indeed blessed with a good teacher.

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  10. That's a lovely color, Debbie. Very pretty! :)

    xoxo

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  11. Such a pretty pattern, Debbie! The color is one of my favorites!
    Have a Happy Easter!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  12. I was waiting to see this today, Debbie.
    It is gorgeous! I am not sure I've ever seen yarn quite like this.
    It reminds me of beautiful fall leaves.
    You are amazing, my friend, and thank you for sharing this here.

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  13. I wish you a most blessed Easter, Sweet Friend.
    Lucja:)

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  14. It looks fabulous!!!!!! Thanks for the kind words. I am happy to help anytime you need me. I casted one on too :) Using some stash yarn in a really pretty blue color. Happy knitting!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. pretty! i read it as 'holy cowl'. :)

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  16. Debbie not stop :)) I like
    Good Easter..
    Besos.

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  17. That's going to be beautiful! Love your yarn!

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  18. Such a pretty stitch and color! xx K

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  19. I love your knitting adventures. Little imperfections are what make things special. Love this new adventure.

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  20. I love that stitch!! I love the color of that yarn. I do love your Wednesdays when you do a yarn along. It is so fun to see what you have been doing.

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  21. Looks lovely so far btwhen finished wil want to see it modelled. HAppy Easter to you.

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  22. That is a lovely colour yarn.
    Have fun making this Honey Cowl

    All the best Jan

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  23. Oh that is a pretty stitch on it and it works great with the variegation of the yarn colors, what a sweet friend you have there to help you with a good pattern!

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  24. I love the color of the yarn. The pattern is lovely. Have fun and enjoy the moments on this one. Blessings and hugs~

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