Monday, March 2, 2015

FO: Arctic Circle

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Long before I started working at The Fiber Gallery, I was a pretty regular customer - it was my main source for cool books and patterns, with the occasional yarn dalliance thrown in. One of those dalliances was this stunning green Fibre Company Tundra, with the accompanying pattern for the Arctic Circle cowl. The shop has a beautiful mint green sample, and I fell hard for the subtly textured design and the rich, buttery softness of the yarn.

It sat neglected in my stash until a little over a week ago, when I was itching to knit something fast. I cast on, and knit it in less than two days. It took longer for it to dry after blocking than it did to make! The color and shape is exactly what I wanted: the perfect jewel-green to wear as an accent piece, the fabric cozy and warm against the neck. This would make a great quick gift knit, and I expect I'll be making more of them in the future.

Details on Ravelry here.

Happy Monday!
<3
Cory

5 comments:

Bekah said...

That's lovely! What a perfect colour for spring!

Kat Riddell said...

Beautiful! I love the texture and the pop of color :)

Chris said...

Nice! I love the colour and the texture, great pattern combo!

Sharon said...

I love the color. What is its name?

Cory Ellen Boberg said...

Thanks, everyone!

@Sharon, the colorway is called Tamarack. It's such a pretty, glowy green!