Tuesday, November 18, 2008

neck cozies...


One Bainbridge Scarf finished in cranberry...
It was an easy knit, very quick, and makes for a warm and cozy neck ~ love it!
Yarn::KnitPicks Andean Silk in cranberry
Needles::I ended up using size 7's
I have one more on my needles in cinnamon, waiting for yarn on backorder. And, I'm also knitting a Pashmina Cowl from Last Minute Knitted Gifts, which is half finished, using some cream-colored Andean Silk...then I think I better stop before I get carried away.

36 comments:

  1. Oh that's cute! Love the color.

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  2. Anonymous8:16 PM

    Hello

    I'm new to your blog(by way of Artful Blogging)

    I'm really enjoying your posts. I love your knitting too!

    :) Laura

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  3. This is very cute. I really like the color. I am not a very good knitter, I wonder if this would be easy to crochet.

    Just adorable. :)

    Teresa

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  4. Hi Deb...love the neck warmer...especially the color.

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  5. What a great idea! My daughter is heading to France in January and worried about the cold weather. I think that would do the trick!

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  6. I like how you tied yours better...looks warmer too...

    Warm Wishes,
    Susie

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  7. Very cute, I've made a similar neck cozie but with a button, I love it!

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  8. It looks lovely, great colour.

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  9. This is gorgeous Deb and will keep your neck warm and cozy all throught the cold months :-) I've never knitted on circular needles before but I'd love to make one of these!

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  10. Very cute and it looks so warm. I'm wanting something around my neck now-brrrr.

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  11. What a great gift! I'd love to be on your gift list. Thanks for sharing your projects with us. I have to finish up some handwork on a few things for some special people. ~Adrienne~

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  12. What a neat idea! It does look like an easy project.

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  13. I love this!!!! Thank you so much for sharing :)
    Hugs,
    Laurie

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  14. Oh this turned out beautiful I have some special yarn, I have been saving. This my be what I use it for. Clarice

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  15. Are you going to put some of these in your shop??? love it!!

    Tina~ Cherry Hill Cottage...

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  16. All your projects are so inspiring!
    ALSO, I would like to invite you and your readers to participate in my blog's giveaway @ tjssweethome.blogspot.com
    Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Very nice!
    Great idea.

    Kimberly :)

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  18. I really like this Deb. It would be awesome to wear on my winter walks.

    Jody

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  19. Seriously sweet! I've been looking for something just like this to make. I love the color of yours!

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  20. Very nice! I have one skein of andean silk, is that enough??

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  21. How cute! I wish I could knit, but alas . . . any chance you will eventually sell these in your online shop? I know you'd have one customer for sure!
    Kate in NY

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  22. Must make one of those neck cozies for myself. It's getting COLD here in Michigan. Thank you!!

    Blessings,

    Sher

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  23. How cute! Love the color.

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  24. That is so adorable! I love the way it ties in the front.

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  25. I've never seen a scarf like this before, but I love it! Very cute, but also very practical as it keeps you warm where it's needed most. I recently made a scarf in a very similar colour.

    Amy

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  26. Your scarf turned out lovely! Must be very useful in keeping your neck warm.

    Pls visit my blog for an award you've received. Thank you!

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  27. I love the colour and the style of the scarf. Thanks so much for the link to the pattern.

    I can see me knitting these next year for Christmas presents.

    God bless.

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  28. that is a very cute scarf - living in Canada, I am a big fan of scarves, I can't leave the house without one for about 8 months of the year :) I have just come across your blog and just love it.

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  29. Oh my, I just discovered you blog, thanks to the most recent issue of Artful Blogging, purchased only yesterday. The photos of the fabric yo-yos and dishcloths hooked me. It's "simply" lovely. Eileen

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  30. Hi Deb, loved the neck cozy, hope all is okay on the homefront with your Dad, my prayers are with you - its not an easy road to walk.
    Loved the story of your chicken house too.

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  31. Adorable. I need one of those ;-)

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