Sculling is a cowl design in three sizes, two of which can be knit with 400 yards or less of fingering weight yarn. The fabric is light and lofty with both openwork and deep texture to make it a standout accessory with function and versatility. It can be warm when you want it to be and more a decorative accessory when the weather is fine.
I'm sure glad we waited a few days for the oatmeal cowl to arrive, so we could add it to the photo shoot—isn’t it adorable on Zach? Sarah and I had a lot of fun getting him loosened up for the camera.
(I know—that doesn’t sound right, but trust me, it was all suitable for public consumption) Now that we’ve turned him into a model though, no one can get him to do his regular job any more, haha. just kidding—Zach is a great co-worker.
But I do think the modeling bug has bitten him . . . just a little.
Shown here in Bare Naked Wools Breakfast Blend Fingering yarn, a luscious merino/alpaca/nylon blend, color oatmeal (above) and burnt toast. (below)
Using a softer spun yarn such as the Breakfast Blend will result in a cowl with nice drape.
I can’t thank our friend Candy enough for knitting up this beautiful oatmeal cowl, which looks so awesome on Zach. Sarah and Zach are great sports to do some modeling in the middle of a work day—and so is Mister Knitspot for giving them some time off from club duties.
It really does take a village and we are so grateful for the one that surrounds us! To purchase the Sculling Cowl/Infinity Scarf, click here.