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New Cowl WIP

Let me to introduce you another WIP. I've been dying in cowl-fever in these days so I started to knit a new lacy cowl.
Originally I purchased this yarn for a future shawl, but I prefer wearing something wrapped and cozy around my neck, so now I am making a cowl to my Fall wardrobe.
Yarn: Malabrigo Lace #Frank Ochre (yay!)
Design: moi 
 I wanted something lacy but still cozy with lace weight yarn. I was digging for a pattern for a long time, but I couldn't find anything that I truly loved. So now I am making my own improvisation (and maybe a sample for a future design).
Fall is finally here and I decorated the house with 'harvest'-related things. Is my sparkling rose yay or nay in this basket? {Normally I do not decorate with sparkling things, so don't know how it works there.}

I am sharing in these parties:

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  1. Hi there, I just saw your cowl over at small things and had to come over and have a look. I love the colour of that yarn and it looks so soft. It'll be gorgeous to wear.
    deb

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  2. Me too! Its a gorgeous colour!

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  3. p.s. I am now following you via GFC so that I can see it finished!

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  4. The knit cowl is looking lovely! I like the color a lot ♥

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  5. That will feel great around your neck. I love the photo with the gourds!

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  6. That's beautiful, and I'm sure it will meet your lacy and cozy requirements just perfectly.

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  7. Your col looks already very warm and cozy! Nice colour, very nice pattern, so beautiful!

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  8. so soft and yummy!!!!
    xxxxx Ale

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  9. beautiful cowl design and the color is so bright! very pretty :)

    Lisa

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  10. OMGosh! I am so envious of those who can design their own patterns! This is stunning... thank you for sharing it with us! I just popped over to Ravelry and will be attempting this one for sure... and in this color, which happens to be one of my favorite colors.
    Hugs,
    Beth P

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