Friday, 19 April 2013

FOs, Books and Blogging

Drops Big Delight

test cowl pattern

This is my finished Test-Knit Cowl that I knit for Linda. I must apologize for the bad colour of these photos, our weather went from 25°C, sunny, spring weather to cold, snowing just above us, grey weather :(
I just can't seem to get this cowl colour right, so I give up - know that it should look something like this:


This was such a great pattern for a cowl, these photos do not do it justice, thank you so much Linda for the great knit :) 
The pattern is now available for purchase, so if you are looking for a great, quick-knit cowl pattern, I would definitely recommend this one!

I am busy with a new, cool project of my own....it will be revealed to you all next week - can you guess what it might be?

Drops Eskimo

See you next week, I can't wait! 
My posts are scheduled and I am ready to roll, I love Blog-Week :)
Will you be taking part?


Our next book-club Book choice will be put to the vote from Sunday, I look forward to seeing which great title will be next.
Here a little Sneak Preview of the possible choices:
online book-club
To see which books will be in the running you can go HERE

Have a great weekend!
See you bright and early, Monday Morning :)
x
I will be sharing this over at Linda, Andrea and Tami.
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15 comments:

  1. Love the cowl, it looks great. I'm having bother getting photos just right also lately with the weather and light. Can't wait to see what the new upcoming book will be.

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    1. Hi Ruth,
      Thank you kindly! I can't wait either - again some really great looking titles up for the vote :)
      Have a super weekend.
      x

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  2. This looks like a great collection to choose from. :-)

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    1. Hi Regula,
      It does doesn't it - maybe you will get your eleventh chance to read "The Loop" LOL :)
      Have a great weekend.
      x

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  3. I have Linda's cowl on my "will knit eventually" list. My queue is getting way too long with amazing projects.

    Love the colors of your yarn. Can't wait to see the project you pick.

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    1. Hi Andrea,
      It is a really nice knit, a simple to follow pattern that is easy enough to knit in front of the telly.
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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  4. Lovely cowl, the yarn is really gorgeous, I can almost "feel" the squishiness ;)

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    1. Hi Cathy,
      It is wonderfully squishy - as today we are back to winter, I got a chance to wear it :) Really cozy!
      Thanks for visiting, have a super weekend.
      x

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  5. Your cowl is so beautiful my friend! Thanks so much for test knitting it xo xo

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    1. Hi Linda,
      Thank you so much, it was my pleasure.
      Thanks for visiting, have a fab weekend.
      x

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  6. Cowl looks wonderful, love the color.
    Umm, so what is you new project? black and yellow - is it a giant honey bee.
    My mother in law came over yesterday and announced quite out of the blue that she thinks we should get some hives!!! So I'll will be avidly watching your bee adventure over on your homesteading blog.
    After three days of glorious sunshine the weather has turned again, it's snowing!!!

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    1. Hi Emma,
      Same here, not snowing but it is just a little up the hill - thankfully my seedlings are still indoors!
      You are definitely on the right track with the bee - come back next week and see what it will become!
      So exciting about the beekeeping, it will be nice to exchange notes ;)
      Have a warmer weekend, and thanks for visiting.
      x

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  7. I awarded you another Leibster Award. Come check it out at http://crochetloverblog.blogspot.com/p/i-won-adri-pz-me-this-award.html

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  8. Thank you for reminding me how much I like blue. Your cowl is so pretty and looks so very soft. Thank you for sharing.

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