Bells Mill Cowl is one of my favorite designs, as the construction is very clever: it is a seamless cowl that is knit flat. What?! Indeed, I am "tooting my own horn" here, but it is pretty gosh dang cool. It's a super fast knit in O-Wash Chunky and you will be delighted by the seamless-yet-flat technique.
We put together 15 color combos (yeah, we got a little carried away) that I hope will inspire you! Kits are $35.98 and the pattern is a freebie!
Roni Halloran's Rose Avenue Beanie is a faux-brioche stitch beanie knit in two colors of O-Wash Chunky. You can use any of the above kits for this piece, too! It looks complicated to knit, but if you can knit and purl, you can handle this pattern. The tutorial design from Row House Yarn is available here.
The Maribel Cowl, by Jessica Carey, is a crochet exclusive for the Rose City Yarn Crawl. If you're not in the area to participate, the pattern will be available for purchase on Ravelry in early March. Three skeins of O-Wash Worsted are used in this textured cowl.
I absolutely LOVE seeing your projects in O-Wool yarns! Here are just a few from Instagram (be sure to tag me! @Owool) that stopped my scroll.
These sweaters are amazing! On the left, @Beautiful_syster knit a Little Worsted Sock Arms. Would you believe that Caitlin Hunter's Tevara sweater in Local was one of her first adult sweaters she knit?
@Jamievandeloo is on a roll! Her Foldlines sweater is stunning and I can't get over the in-progress shot of Wool & Honey and Whitehorse sweaters.
Sometimes I see the colors you've used, and it doesn't just speak to me - it screams! @Anna.hase used O-Wash Sport in Green Ash, Pasture Rose, and Wood Dove in her gorgeous Drachenfels (left). @Amelie_the_knitter is sure to be cozy in an Om Shawl(right) where Basalt is the main color, and Peacock, Begonia, and Alumroot are the accent colors of Classic Worsted. Holy moly - I adore this so much!
Stay warm, friends - Spring is right around the corner!
Jocelyn J. Tunney