This week I am reading through my UK Country Living (the cover looks like it was styled by Alicia Paulson) and working on my Riverbank Cowl in Madeline Tosh Vintage. The colorway is a gorgeous dark blue called Ink. I've made two other Riverbank Cowls (Ironically, both went to people with the same name: Katherine's was knit last January and Katharine's was finished in September. For this one, I cast on 224 stitches, using a size 4 needle (32" circular) for the whole project (including the ribbing - the pattern calls for a size three needle for that). For the ribbing, I did k2p2 for 5 rows. I will be doing 3 repeats for the body of the cowl and then finishing up with another 5 rows of ribbing. I want to finish this quickly so that I can wear it! I have a winter duffel coat in camel and I think that the colors will look nice together.
What are you working on?
I LOVE ink! I made a Henslowe shawl with it and it's by far my favorite project from 2014! That cowl is going to be gorgeous!
That is a lovely colour - can't wait to see it finished. I love British Country Living - just gorgeous photos to drool over.
Awh that cowl is going to be so incredibily cozy!
Pretty pattern and I love the shade of your ink yarn.
how fun! love the colour and it sounds like a great match with your coat! :)
I love the color of the yarn you are using. I love the American version of Country Living also. Reading means a cup of tea and some happy reading.
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