January 9, 2012

Cowl Scarf

Do you remember the sweater headwrap we made earlier this week? It can also be made as a matching cowl scarf!

I made one a few days ago and just had time to finish it before I went out shooting (shutters, not triggers) at a local wildlife refuge with my dad.













I love this place.

And I love my Dad. :o)


Paige is rather attached to him as well! :o)

We love you, Papa! Thanks for a really fun day.





So! To make the cowl scarf, use the exact same technique as the headwrap, but with a 15"x30" rectangle instead. 

You can cut the rectangle out the remaining middle portion of your sweater, like this:


Have a wonderful day!

Love you all,
Disney


23 comments:

  1. Very cute an on-trend! P.S. I'm from Western WA, but we frequent Eastern WA a lot to visit my SIL.
    http://www.houseofavandan.blogspot.com

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  2. absolutely adorable! I have quite a few sweaters that could use this treatment :)

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  3. It's just adorable! I am going to dig through sweaters and make this!

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  4. Another super cute and easy project! I'll have to try this. I love the photos too... simply gorgeous! (^_^)

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  5. we spent a week every summer at my grandparents wheat farm in eastern wa. I love it. so different from western wa

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  6. I love how elegant that ivory makes everything! The cowl and headwrap are both very beautiful.

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  7. You're on a roll. Love this one, too. Gorgeous photos.

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  8. beautiful! i love the idea :) and the photos are gorgeous!

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  9. This looks so cool, I must try it!

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  10. Wonderful pics! I love the cowl scarf, and you are modelling the heck out of it, Disney!

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  11. Wonderful pictures! I am from Eastern Washington but am currently living in South Central Wisconsin. This was wonderful to see "home".

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  12. I'm originally from Wenatchee, WA. It is a beautiful area...we went there over Christmas. Have you been to Leavenworth? If not...go!! You'll love it. :)

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  13. Love it! I actually thought it was part of the shirt when I first scrolled through the pictures.

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  14. That is so stinkin' cute (as is the previous head wrap post) I would be terrified to cut up a sweater, even if I got it at good will! Cute pic of your dad/daughter;)

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  15. This looks like the Columbia Basin Wildlife Refuge?? I grew up in Othello, I didn't know you lived in WA. I've been a huge fan of yours for years, nice to see pictures of home. :)

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  16. lovely post

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  17. Here's a hello from another native Easter Washington-er, although I'm now living near Portland, Oregon. Thanks for warming my heart with lovely photos of my home.

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  18. My husband and I recently moved to the Tri Cities, and, well...it's been an adjustment. It's not exactly the type of beauty I'm used to, I guess. I've struggled a lot with the move, but these pictures give me a glimpse of what other people see when they look at this landscape. I'm going to try harder to see the beauty in it.

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  19. This is really cute and a great idea. I was wondering where in Eastern WA this is? I live in Spokane now, but spent the last 5 years in Yakima. I love your blog, if you get a chance check out mine... http://homemadeglamour.blogspot.com/2012/01/homemade-laundry-detergent-will-change.html

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  20. Such a great idea! And LOVE the pics....so beautiful!

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  21. I love to peek into your sweet blog! The picture of your Father and Daughter is charming. I once bought a sweater with big collar, and I did detach it to make a scarf separate of the sweater. It works so well, and it not too hot to wear in the house anylonger.
    Enjoy your coming week!

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  22. What a wonderful place - and the photos are lovely.
    Thanks for the cowl tute - it's cool : )

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  23. I am definitely making one of these this fall. I have so many old sweaters to refashion but being the heat of summer I have just blocked my brain from thinking too warm" LOL. Do you think this would work with Cashmere?

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