Indie Design GAL: Scarves & Cowls

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2017 series. Starting November 21st I am highlighting some patterns from my fellow designers also participating in the event! Each post will showcase 5-6 different designers and their patterns.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm (when our fingers aren’t flying that is).

Cinnamon Stars by Amy van de Laar

From the pattern description
Wrap yourself in a soft, cosy cowl sprinkled with stars! Cinnamon Stars is a long tubular-style cowl which can be worn looped twice around the neck for protection from the elements, or draped in a single stylish loop.

Available in one size, and uses approximately 730-805 yds of light fingering weight yarn.

Elephant Cowl by Jenise Hope

From the pattern description
You will be working in the round – no wrong side rows – to make a long and colorful tube. Then the ends of the tube are grafted together and you have a gorgeous cowl with no wrong side, no selvage.

Available in one size, and uses approximately 1848-2772 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Bezant Cowl by Stehannie Tallent

A reversible graphic cowl, cast on provisionally and then grafted together to make a double weight cowl.

Available in one size, uses approximately 390-410 yds of sport weight yarn.

Miibaru Beach by Claudie Eisenkolb

From the pattern description
A simple yet elaborate cowl with an anchor motif, named after a beach in Okinawa, Japan. Slipped stitches easily create an effect of color work. This cowl will become a great choice for seaside walks, protecting you from cold winds. Have fun with your color choice!

Available in one size, and uses approximately 260 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Calamari Squid Scarf by Tania Richter

From the pattern description
Octopi get all the love, so why not bring a new cephalopod into your wardrobe? This double knit scarf will bring your love of the sea everywhere with you!

Available in one size, and uses approximately 1100-1200 yds of fingering weight yarn.

A note: I take care to not highlight the same pattern as previous years, so do be sure to check out the GAL 2016 series of posts. Many of those will also be eligible this year for the GAL.

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