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Elizabethan Cowl and 50g Jumper Weight

Hello everyone, you may seen our post on social media last week but we thought we’d share more detail about one of our new patterns and the perfect yarn pairing to go with it!

Sandra designed this cowl – The Elizabethan Cowl in 2ply Jumper weight to use two shades in a fully reversible design, the motif is inverted from one side to the other. It’s worked in the round – you cast on, work one side then switch the colours and work the other side. It’s then cast off and seamed together.

For the yarn, we had a balling mishap recently whereas 8 shades of 2ply Jumper Weight were balled into 50g instead of the normal 25g BUT our mistake is your gain and we are offering them at a discount individually here or in a full pack for a bigger discount here.

They ended up working perfectly for the Elizabethan Cowl because you only need one 50g ball (or two 25g balls) of two shades so you can find the paper pattern here, or the kit or if you already have the wool the pattern is available digitally on payhip and raverly.

So if you fancy any of these slightly bigger balls this is your chance to pick them up – we dont think they will last long.. Happy Knitting!

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. mpduell@gmail.com #

    Hello, I placed an order with you for the bundle of 50 gram 2 ply jumper weight balls, i believe it was on April 26 or 27 and the order was on PayPal. I realized after the order went through that I had not filled out any shipping information. I hope you received this order and here is the information if you need it: Mary Duell 959 Madison Street Denver Colorado 89206 USA Thank you! Mary

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    May 1, 2022
  2. Hi Mary, please email us if you have any questions about your order: mailroom@shetlandwoolbrokers.co.uk

    May 2, 2022

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