FO: Honey Cowl

I have another FO to share with you today!  I'm so excited to have this project out of the way; It was really fun to knit, but I had other projects that I wanted to cast on.

Today's FO is my beautiful little Honey Cowl, a warm and squishy cowl with a super cool stitch texture.  The pattern is by Madelinetosh, my favorite yarn brand ever!  I used their Madelinetosh: Tosh Merino Light in color way cherry.  The Honey Cowl pattern calls for a DK (double knitting) weight yarn, but instead I doubled up the merino light yarn (which is fingering weight) and used it as a worsted weight yarn.

I'm sure you're dying to see the photos, so get ready for the grand parade of photos!!

Isn't the stitch pattern beautiful?  It's called the "waffle stitch", and it creates the coziest fabric in the history of knitting.  I think it looks a bit like garter stitch, but it has a more sophisticated look.

I really love the colors of the yarn.  They remind me of red cherries and other summery fruits.  I think the colors really compliment the pattern!

I couldn't get a picture of it being modeled, so I used a chair instead. :)

A tree branch also turned out to be a stellar cowl model.

And that is my Honey Cowl!  I hope all of you enjoyed this post, have a great day!

Question For You:  Will you be making a Honey Cowl someday?  Have you ever made one?  If so, how'd it go?


  1. Love the finished product Em. I do hope to knit a Honey Cowl someday. I did check out the pattern and think that it I could handle it. The color is lovely and will look very pretty on your mom. Will it be a Christmas gift?
    By the way I am enjoying all of your colorful photos. Keep up the good work!

  2. Very time I see a version of this pattern I fall in love with it. When I have the right yarn I am sure I will make one. Your colour choice is gorgeous.

  3. This yarn is beautiful and the waffle pattern is terrific--very professional job, too.

  4. Turned out really pretty. It is not my style...but might use it as a scarf...like the stitch

  5. I so want to make that!! :) It looks awesome!!


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