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Thursday, May 21, 2015

NEW Pattern /// Arika Cowl



Let me introduce the Arika Cowl! I am so very excited about this pattern. It's one of those designs that just appeared out of nowhere -- unplanned and unintentional -- those are my favorite. I was in the Beehive waiting to pay when this absolutely electric skein of fuschia Kenzington practically jumped into my arms.

The cowl has a clever construction that transforms it from a short scarf to a kerchief style cowl. It only uses one skein of yarn, making the finished piece very light with very little bulk around the back neck. I adore fringe and love the way it finishes this piece however, the cowl is equally as attractive without if that's not your thing!

This cowl is definitely an all-weather piece. It's effortless to wear and pairs equally well with a denim button-up or a summer tank.


Arika Cowl by Jane Richmond

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One week only get the Arika Cowl 20% off!!!

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Simply enter code ARIKA at check out when you purchase the pattern from my website or Ravelry


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Happy Knitting!
 

8 comments:

  1. So gorgeous, that's an amazing cowl! I love the deep fringe.

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    1. Thanks Julie!! The deep fringe is one of my favourite things about this cowl :)

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  2. Fringe is so trendy right now. I love your take on it, and the fact that is a one skein project, perfect for these orphan skeins in my stash.

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  3. This colour is so lovely on you, Jane! Gorgeous pattern.

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  4. Perfect accessory to throw on with a simple outfit! And I love this rich color you chose!

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  5. I made 4 of these....1 for me and 3 for holiday gifts. just plain gorgeous, fun and easy to make!!!

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    1. That's so funny—I've knit 4 too!! I just blogged about my fourth yesterday, I made it out of Brooklyn Tweed Quarry. So glad you kept one for yourself.

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