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I tried to resist...cuz let's face it, I've never been one of the cool kids. But I had this amazing hand-spun that I didn't know what to do with. Your Beech Wood cowls made me realize what needed to be done. Check it out if you are so inclined (elkbiologist on Ravelry)!


I am late to the cowl party, but seeing all these has made me realize what great gifts they would make for skiers. Keep the neck warm but without the potential for strangling yourself with a tree and a flying scarf end. Must go check stash.

Great Philly cowl!


Okay, I've been wanting to do a cowl forever now, and I think I'm ready to make the leap! What would you recommend for a good first-cowler? I have some Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk that I'm itching to use...

Any advice is welcome!!


Hi there!
I've been enjoying seeing your cowls - congrats on them and happy anniversary! (I think I emailed you last year ? two years ago? that my anniversary is the same as yours)


I really think I need to become a Cowlgirl!

Can I join??? :)

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