February 3, 2011
Howling winds and heavy snow mean cowl weather—and we've had quite a lot of it lately. The ideal cowl is soft, warm, and dense enough to let you bury your nose in it as you slip and slide your way down the middle of what should be a two-lane street, the sidewalks still impassible beneath a foot of fresh snow.
The ideal cowl yarn is equally soft, warm, and dense. I've found just the ticket, a plush cable-spun blend of alpaca and Merino that knits up at a speedy 4 stitches per inch. Let's see what Blue Sky Alpacas Worsted Hand Dyes does on the needles.
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