Cowls and Loops for Him and Her

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With a cold front sweeping across South-Eastern Australia, you may wish you had one of these fabulous cowls! 

Which cowl will you choose? 
Women's double cowl in Joker yarn, Rebecca Knit Kit, I Wool KnitWe have two brand new models on offer, made in soft, voluminous yet light ggh Joker yarn.

ggh Joker is a multi-coloured yarn with a colour run that you will love! The women's cowl to the left is done in colour pink-orange and uses moss stitch. The men's cowl (right) is worked in brown-rust in pearl stitch. Men's Double Cowl in Joker yarn, Rebecca Knit Kit

Both cowls are available as original Rebecca Knit Kits, which include the pattern as a free download plus the recommended amount of yarn. 

Other colour options are also available! Of course, ggh Joker is not the only yarn that is suitable for cowls. You could also have a go at Cowl in Graffitymaking this fabulous cowl in Graffity (image left), a very soft and affordable 'thick and thin' yarn that comes in four beautiful colours. 

Or maybe you prefer your yarn 100% all natural? 

If you only work with natural fibres but still want something that is easy to care for (and machine-washable), you can't go wrong with this beautiful Lacy Cowl in ggh Volante (Cotton and Merino) yarn for a lighter and soft cowl. Lacy Cowl in Volante cotton-Merino


And then there is our local Alpaca range, Pacawoolly Alpaca. We offer several Pacawoolly Cowl Knit Kits and Patterns - super-soft, locally grown and produced, environmentally friendly and ideal for the colder time of the year. 

Which cowl suits you best depends on a range of factors, including colours, cost, ease of care and more generally, what kind of yarns you prefer.

Do you like it bulky and voluminous? Go for a wool blend such as ggh Joker which has a high content of beautiful natural wool which is offset by acrylic fibres that ensure the yarn remains light and soft. 

Do you like something very pretty but maybe not too expensive? Choose Rellana Graffity yarn - a beautiful and very soft variegated thick and thin yarn with a long yarn length at an affordable price.

Or do you want a 100% natural fibre that is still easy to care for and machine-washable? The cowl in ggh Volante would be your first choice.

Is it important to you to wear something that is sustainably grown and made from local fibres with a luxurious softness - even if that means you have to wash your items by hand? Choose a cowl made from Pacawoolly Alpaca yarns

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