Newsletter 745

by Meg Strong



Quiet Thicket Cowl |  Magpie + Spincycle

New pattern alert! The Quiet Thicket cowl is worked seamlessly from the top down. It knits up quickly (like any good cowl should), and wears like a hassle-free shawl. The shawl-shaped construction lets your knitting shine by creating a triangular front and shortened back.

We've put together a few combinations using two skeins of Magpie Nest as the main color and a single skein each of two colors of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool.

Shop Spincycle Dyed in the Wool HERE and Magpie Nest HERE!

*two skeins of Nest in a single color and one skein each of two different colors of DITW are required to complete this cowl.

The Inclinations Cowl

Speaking of cowls and Spincycle ...

Y'all scooped up the two colors used in the model shown here lightning-quick when this beauty released back in April...BUT GUESS WHAT? Both Valley Girl and Light Years are BACK IN STOCK!

While the shape is the same as the Quiet Thicket cowl, Inclinations is knit flat sideways on the bias and then seamed up the back neck after blocking. This cowl utilizes Half-Fishermen’s Rib for the ultimate squishy fabric and because it's worked in two colors, the result is a really fun play on stripes.

Shop Spincycle Dyed in the Wool HERE! Two skeins each of two different colors are required to complete your cowl!

FO Photo: ©Andrea Mowry