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An ultra warm and soft cowl knitted from Serenity chunky weight 'Berry Burst'. It can be worn drawn up warmly around your neck, pulled down around your shoulders like a shrug, or even worn tube-style. Before stretching, it is 11" wide and 30" around; the stitch allows it to expand in both directions. The colors remind me of a box of raspberries, ranging from a deep red to white. Included is a pom-pom that can be used to tie it together or as an accent wherever you wish.

Living in Texas and knitting while I sit in the shade at baseball practices, I envision my creations on ski slopes; cold and windy sidewalks of northern cities; cool, crisp mountain hikes; the bleachers and sidelines of favored sports teams during weather that tests your loyalty; walking to school or around campus; and random scenes of family and friends fingering their knitted items for a bit of comfort or snuggling in them for cozy warmth.

As with all my items, it will be one-of-a-kind! I knit my items using odd lots of cast-off, gifted, discontinued, discounted, or clearance yarns to keep my costs low, but that also means I usually can only produce one item per my choice of yarns. Sometimes when I have a larger amount of a yarn, it may become several different items but never more of the same.

Hand wash without bleach; do not wring, tumble dry, or iron; dry flat.

Raspberry Red Circle Scarf Cowl Shrug Tube Top Sweater - OOAK from an EtsyMom

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: acrylic yarn
  • Only ships to United States from Texas, United States.
  • Feedback: 80 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people