Thanks for your good thoughts in the comments. I am improving after last weekend’s back issue and hope to soon be walking upright instead of resembling a question mark.
Check this out:
This is Cowl Girls II by Cathy Carron, published this month by Sixth&Spring Books. It’s a pattern collection for . . . you guessed it . . . cowls.
You can review the projects on the book’s page on Ravelry.
This design is called Comfort Zone and it is made up of afghan squares. It would be a great way to use up leftovers, and you could achieve a lot of different looks depending on the colors used.
“Winter Classic” is knit from super bulky yarn so is a very quick knit — perfect if you need a last-minute gift. Also a good way for a colorwork novice to practice skills.
“Sweet Treats” combines two colors and two different stitch patterns: lace and cables.
Who’d like my review copy?
To be entered in the drawing to win my copy of Cowl Girls II please leave a comment on this post by 11:00am on Sunday, October 2, 2016.
By the way, Cathy Carron’s first Cowl book came out 6 years ago: I reviewed it in September 2010!
Here is the little prince, worn out from a hard day of playing.