Enchanted Cowl

A quick and easy cowl made from my “Enchanted” Corriedale handspun (Southern Cross Fibre Club - July 2009). The pattern was made up on the fly and can be found in the project notes of my Ravelry project. The cowl was knit at a fairly loose gauge and the resulting fabric is super squooshy but not too dense.enchanted-yarn


To finish up, yet another sweater swatch. This one is for a Duxbury Point Pullover (from Simply Shetland 4). Made from a cone of grey New Zealand lambswool that I’ve had in the stash for eons.


It turns out to be a perfect match for Jamieson’s Shetland 2-ply Spindrift. I’m in two minds about whether to proceed with the yarn I’ve used for the swatch or to spin the yarn for it using some gorgeous moorit Shetland that just arrived. Decisions, decisions.

5 Responses to “Enchanted Cowl”

  1. Michelle Tourigny Says:

    Fantastic sweater, and you have no idea how happy it makes me to see a Red Sox Cap Down Under!!!

    Michelle (DrStip on Rav)

  2. keri Says:

    What a gorgeous (handsome?!) sweater! =) Beautifully spun and it fits perfectly!

  3. DebbieB Says:

    As always, you did a fantastic job with the jumper. Love the cowl, too. If you spin for the Duxbury, that poor lambswool will NEVER get out of the stash. :)

  4. farm-witch Says:

    Woot Woot! Who’s that sexy kitten modeling your sweater? just kiddin’ - I’d know those eyes anywhere!

    Love the Enchanted cowl, too:)

  5. Monika Says:

    I just found your blog and I’m so impressed with your spinning and knitting! I’ve seen some of your fibers on flickr, and on ravelry, could you add me to your waiting list for your Fibre Club please? :o)

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