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  • February 19, 2017 1 min read

    I'm excited to get started on my Happy Cowl today.  It's a fun project with a rhythmic stitch pattern that's easy to memorize.  Designed for Ewe Ewe Yarns Wooly Worsted, it's worked on a size 10 needle. 

    Jenny and I were talking about this yarn yesterday, and how much we like it.  The name is deceptive, because it doesn't feel "wooly" at all.  A soft merino fiber, it has a worsted spin and a smooth hand that's a pleasure to use. It's not the glamour girl yarn that you see on the shelf and simply have to have because it's so jaw-droppingly gorgeous.  It's more the girl-next-door BFF kind of yarn that's always happy and tons of fun to be with.  You never get tired of Wooly Worsted's clear colors and round bouncy construction that really shows off your stitches.  Like all best friends, Wooly Worsted is low-maintenance - happy to go for a spin through the washer and a tumble in the dryer.  Perfect for kids and babies, guys, and anything you want for everyday wear. 

    Come get to know Wooly Worsted - you might just meet a new best friend today!

    Sunday, February 19the from 1-4 p.m. Bring or buy, US Size 10 circular needles - 24" or 32".  See you then!

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