Forest Fog Cowl

 Stash Buster 5

As told my New Years Resolution was to use up as much yarn stash as possible, because cupboards and drawers are bulging, but some projects only lead to more yarn, because skeins of one kind are just too little to be able to make something useful or nice from it. 

 This cowl for example. I saw this Scheepjes Stonewashed XL skeins a couple of years ago for a nice price and just bought it, without thinking of what I could make of the yarn.I tried some things, a blanket, a cushion, a throw, but I wasn't really enthousiastic. The yarn is difficult to draw out, so I threw all the just started projects away. In the end I put the yarn away in a drawer and didn't try any longer. 

 Just now I came across a cowl and since it's getting colder here in The Netherlands I finally found a purpose. Great! Except for having too little skeins now: I had to double the amount of yarn to have enough for making the cowl. Fortunately the ordered color of the new skeins barely differ from the old ones.

Anyway, I finally found a purpose for the yarn and although initially I had to buy more yarn before I could make a start, over all my stash has dwindled. 





Pattern: Forest Fog Cowl by
Tatsiana Kupryianchyk at Lillabjorn's Crochet World 

Yarn: Stonewashed XL Crystal Quartz by Scheepjes

*I used six skeins (instead of four) of one color (instead of two colors). I'm a very tight hooker apparently. 

 

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My crocheted Basket for Blankets was featured by Creative Jewish Mom and Condo Blues!

 


 


 


Comments

  1. I am going to attempt to make this#alittlebitogeverythi g@karendennis

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  2. Such an elegant and stylish coul ! Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
    Naush

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  3. What a lovely cowl, and I love the basket, too! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  4. This is amazing! If I made one of these, my stitches wouldn't be nice and even.

    Thanks so much for sharing this at our Party in Your PJs link party.

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