Monday, November 25, 2013

Bundle up

The winds blowing and the snow is flying so it's a good thing I finished these.

It's hard to tell from the picture but this is a crocheted cowl. It's one continuous loop and it's about 4 inches wide. Not real bulky but enough to keep your neck warm.


This one is 8 inches wide and 30 inches long. It has 2 buttons so that it can be worn as a cowl also. With the buttons it makes it quite versatile in how you can wear it

This last one is a 4 inch wide scarf that is 49 inches long. It also has buttons on and can be wrapped around your neck a couple of times and then buttoned up. I did two of these and have been wearing the other one.

21 comments:

Duni said...

I love these! They look so cozy and warm :)
I'm off to the doctor this morning - guess I need anitbiotics after all.

Antonella said...

Wow, these are so pretty. They are perfect for the cold weather without all the bulk of a scarf. Lovely!
Hugs, antonella :-)

Sandra said...

these are beautiful and perfect for your cold cold cold weather.. how about a few selfies to show us how they look when you wear them.

Donna said...

Pretty AND practical! Love them!

Katie Sews said...

Oh ... I love the colors you used for the middle one ... and Duke looks great with his holiday grooming.

Keep warm and have a nice turkey day,
Katie

marie said...

Everytime you show something you've crocheted I think to myself "I need to learn how to do this"....of course I don't, but I really do need to!
One of these would have been very handy thius morning...love the colors you chose. They match the background of your blog very nicely!! :)

Sandee said...

Oh these are very pretty. It's cold here, but warm in the afternoons for a few hours and then back to cold again. I don't like cold weather.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ♥♥♥

Donna said...

All are Very pretty! Hope you're feeling better?!!
hughugs

Grace said...

Now those are MARVELOUS...my favorite winter scarf is one I crocheted myself - it is narrow - just wide enough to cover my neck without rolling over and very long so I can play with it....people make scarves so bulky - these are pretty darn near perfect!

Ginny said...

I have never seen such an item before, how cool...er I mean warm! I LOVE the color of the middle one. But now I want to see how they look with YOU wearing them!!

BeadedTail said...

Those are fabulous! I wish I could make them but I'll just envy yours!

Catherine said...

Hate winter ~ love scarfs though!
Good job!
xo Catherine

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I am sure glad you explained that they are neck warmers...

Ann Oon said...

i love the second one.. its beautiful!! The colors of autumn :)

Jeanne Pursell said...

They do look very cozy and warm Ann!! With the snow and frigid temps on the way...we will need them!!

Christine said...

Perfect for Christmas pressies! Love the color of the red/orange cowl scarf.

Sheryl Hastings said...

They will definitely keep you warm! I love the middle one the best. So pretty!

Chatty Crone said...

Would love to see a picture of you in them. So they keep you warm? Did you make them?

Connie said...

Hi Ann, You have been very busy, these are lovely and look so cozy and warm. Those cold winds are right around the corner and these scarfs are perfect. You're a very talented gal :)
Happy Thanksgiving,
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Donna said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!!
hughugs

Betsy Adams said...

Hi, Just went to your Thanksgiving post --but can't leave a comment… SO--I'll do it here!!!!! ha

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

We are in FL with George's son and family enjoying Thanksgiving. They are cooking a FEAST for us… YUM.

Hugs,
Betsy

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