Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Crochet-Along: Cowl... FINISHED!



Well... I finished it! :)


When I started working on this project, I had no idea what a cowl was for. I thought it was just decorative. I didn't know how it was supposed to keep you warm because it pretty much just covers your neck. As I was taking pictures earlier... I was sweating! So yeah, it does keep you warm. Hot, if you're in the Pacific. In spite of the cold weather brought by the two typhoons that hit us recently, it's still too hot for scarves and cowls. I still like it though. And I can use it inside the office, where, for some reason, it gets unbearably cold sometimes. Yes... inside. Or maybe give it to my sister... she has been asking for it since she saw me making it. We'll see.

Oh and um... in case you noticed... yep, I was a big Titanic, the movie, fan. And I will not be lying when I saw I must have seen it around 30 times already.

Go ahead, laugh... gag... and pity my husband (he complains everytime he sees me watching it AGAIN) ;)






I am linking up to the following link parties:
Craft-O-Maniac Monday at Craft-O-Maniac | Making Monday Marvelous at C.R.A.F.T | Motivate Me Monday at Keeping it Simple | Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do | A Round Tuit @ Creating My Way to Success | Just Something I Whipped Up at The Girl Creative | Amaze Me Monday at Dittle Dattle | A Marvelous Mess at Marvelously Messy | Think Pink Sundays at Flamingo Toes | Pink Hippo Party at Pinkapotamus | Sundae Scoop at I heart Naptime | Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming | Not Baaad Sundays at Lamb Around | Market Yourself Monday at Sumo's Sweet Stuff | Take-A-Look Tuesdayt at Sugar Bee Crafts | Handmade Tuesday at Ladybug Blessings | Tuesday To-Do Party at The Blackberry Vine | Homemade Projects at Tip Junkie | Link Party at Running with Glitter | Get Your Craft On at Today's Creative Blog | Tuesday Confessional Link Party at Confessions of a Stay at Home Mommy | Turquoise Lovin at Sweet Little Gals | Your Whims Wednesday at My Girlish Whims | Show Me What Ya Got at Not JUST a Housewife |

13 comments:

Diane Writes said...

Wow, mission accomplished! Ang ganda, it perfectly pairs with a blue top pa. :)

Kelley said...

I adore the COLORS, Janelle. I immediately thought of a use for the cowl as you said: the office! And on a plane (you WILL fly somewhere)! Brrrrr!

On my blog: yes, the little gal's precious!

Can't wait till the three of us-- Diane included-- can finally meet. And remember my National Children's Hospital project? The wheels are already turning for small felt angels. What do you think?

I'll keep in touch! Unpacking STILL, but we will get together soon!

Jill said...

Love this colourful cowl! Hope you get to use it one day! I agree with Kelley - perfect for on a plane - they turn the temperature way down sometimes!!

Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

Rachel said...

Beautiful, Janelle! I agree with Kelley and Jill--the colors are fantastic! It will be so nice to wear in the winter when everything is dark and gloomy . . . you'll be like a beacon of beautiful color in your cowl, if you ever wear it, that is ;-) You did such a great job, and thanks so much for participating!

Jamie said...

Oooooh, you have one of those necklaces... I can't remember for the life of me what they called it... The gem of the sea?? Lol, no, I know that's not right. Oh well, I haven't seen Titanic as many times as you have so forgive me for forgetting. :0)

Love the cowl, pretty colors! And you are so right when you say that thing keeps the neck WARM!

Georgene Lockwood said...

Ooo. Pretty. I like sappy movies, too. I watch 'em after hubby goes to bed.

Susana said...

El color de su capucha es precioso¡¡¡¡

WeLoveSewing said...

I agree that acrylic is too hot for the Philippines. If you ever want to make a cowl again, try using any of the cotton crochet yarns. they are really thin, but if you crochet 2 strands at the same time, they work well with a 3,5mm crochet hook which are readily available here. Using 2 strands also means you can play around with the colour: you can start for instance with 2 blue strands then do some row with a green and blue strand and then use 2 green strands.I once crocheted potholders with al my leftovers using 5 strands of different coloured yarn, and the effect was pretty cool!

Jill said...

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

Maggie said...

I would love to have you join us at our linking party this week at
http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/10/celebrating-fall-with-linking-party.html
Have a great week,
Maggie
http://passionatelyartistic.com

Elise Engh said...

Great job! I love the colors in your cowl. It looks good on you! I need to make me one of these. Here in Utah it is getting quite chilly.

http://growcreative.blogspot.com

Sara said...

So beautiful!! Would LOVE it if you would link this up at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/10/turquoise-lovin-8.html

Jami said...

Lovely cowl! You do such a nice job crocheting! So glad you linked up to the Tuesday To Do Party!
Smiles!
Jami
www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com