Knitting: Work in progress; cowl

Posted by on June 11, 2013 at 6:06 pm.

I haven’t done any knitting or sewing posts in a while, which isn’t too surprising since I’ve been excited about my honeybees. And although the past few weeks this site has been filled with numerous posts about my adventures in beekeeping, I’m still finding the time to be creative.

This past weekend, I finished another knitted hat that’s been added to my ever growing pile of hats that will be given to NICU babies and Cancer patients.

Knitting - knitted cowl_3

Knitting: Work in progress cowl, no pattern I’m just playing with different stitch combinations


And a few days ago I moved onto the above knitted cowl. I’m not following a pattern, just playing around with stitches. This is a combination of stockinette and seed stitch. I don’t think you can really see the stitch definition in the above picture.

Of course the knitting is made possible by using my lovely Hiya Hiya Steel Sharp circular knitting needles. The knitting needle size is 3. When it comes to knitting I normally knit with small needles, it’s just my preference.


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