Saturday, January 7, 2012

Gap-tastic Cowl


Here is the finished seed stitch project I talked about before Christmas. It's the enormously popular GAP-tastic Cowl pattern on Ravelry.


As of today over 4000 people on Ravelry have knit it and over 17000 have favorited it. I guess you can count me in that number now too.


Despite my dislike of making seed stitch, I do love the result. The texture is fantastic.

I'm not sure when this pattern first came out, but I know it was around last year b/c that's when I added it to my queue. I also noticed online that the Gap is selling this cowl again this year. So it must be a big seller for them. Here's the Gap version (they were selling black and cream this year):



I made mine with Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky in oatmeal (I think).


It was a labor of love for me, but definitely worth it. And I might even be persuaded to try it again next year if cowls are still stylish. What can I say? I'm a glutton for punishment.

2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous and your hard work definitely paid off!!! love it

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