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  1. Josiane

    Those cowls were certainly just the right thing to wear on your trip!
    Thanks for sharing the recipe for the Sherbrooke cowl – it seems to be a must-knit for me: first, I really like how it looks, and I’m soon moving to a city named Sherbrooke. Really, how can I resist? :)

  2. caitlyn

    Your new cowls are so, so lovely!
    The Fibre Terra yarn looks luxurious. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

  3. Kessa

    Nice cowls, Lolly! Thanks for sharing your “recipe”!

  4. Nora

    Gorgeous, Lolly – Thank you!

  5. Kelly

    yummy cowls! Have no doubt you used them and used them well up here, its dang cold!

  6. Leslie

    Wow, I love the Sherbrooke! Thanks for sharing the pattern. And the colors of the Gloria cowl are beautiful.

  7. Melissa A.

    Nice! I really need to knit some cowls.

  8. Nicole

    Yay, another lovely cowl to knit up! Thanks for the pattern.

    And lucky you to get such a lovely present from the even lovelier Ingrid! That little handwritten label is darling!

  9. Sourire11

    Beautiful cowls! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

  10. mai

    thanks for sharing the pattern with us! it’s lovely!

  11. Ingrid

    I foresee a lot of Sherbrooke cowls popping up on the Internetz. It’s a lovely pattern!

  12. Corinne

    My daughter suggested that I read your blog today and I am so happy that I did! My husband and I visited the Maritime Provinces back in September and were THRILLED with both the scenery and the people! Reading your blog was like revisiting a very, very special spot on this earth…thank you! I am new to Ravelry, just trying to find my way around, so I am sure that our paths will cross again! Next time you go to Cape Breton, check out the nightly music at the Glenora Inn and Distillery, north of the town of Mabou,…absolutely amazing and heart warming!!

  13. Sarah

    The Fibre Company shot straight to the top of my list of favorite purveyors of crack…um, yarn… as soon as I knit with Terra and found it to be as splendiferous as Savannah was when I tried it last summer! I haven’t been able to throw away the tiny bits that are left over from my several Drifting Pleats scarves – they’re just too lovely. The new cowls all look awesome!

  14. liz K.

    I’m thinking I’m bringing some cowl yarn for my Grecian knitting. Certainly it will be too warm to wear, but isn’t a luxurious cowl the perfect thing to knit on vacation? I have some Fibre Company Road to China that is just begging to be knit into a cowl.

  15. Lin

    I love the one Ingred gave you, and the pattern is fab!

  16. Jenna

    You are bringing the cowls worldwide! They are such a sophisticated accessory. You look so glam in that first photo! Perhaps I will have to make a Sherbrooke with my Terra…Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  17. aquaknits

    Lovely cowl once again, and thanks for the pattern!

  18. Erin

    ooooohh! I love your cowls. I might need to get on the Cowl bandwagon. Your Canada trip looks totally amazing too.

  19. Stacey

    jeez, what another couple of pretty cowls! I just waltzed right over to Ravelry (thank you for the handy link) and queued it:) Thank you!

  20. melissa

    thanks so much for the cowl pattern! i can’t wait to make it!

  21. Karida

    So, I’m coming out of a winter cowl phase (the products of which all got poured into secret book patterns), and I can’t wait to make this one. And I LOVE the Fibre Co. Terra. It’s so yummy, and I snagged a few as well…

  22. KSee

    Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your pictures about your trip. What wonderful places you saw. Plus the fact that you could wear your cowls. Can’t wait until it is cooler here.

  23. Caren

    Your cowls are lovely! Thanks for the pattern. I see these as great stash-busting projects.

  24. tiennie

    Your cowls are lovely! Such a pretty pattern – thanks!

  25. Kara

    Cowls, cowls, everywhere! Yours is so lovely.

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  29. Jean

    Goggled ‘knitted cowl’ and came across your pattern. I HAVE to knit it because I’m from Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia, the very same one!

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