Warm Knitted Cowls are So IN



 This cowl is supersized, extra thick.. its to be used on the coldest of winter days, it will be worn while out riding, it is so thick it acts as a blinder, I can only see what is in front of me


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8 Responses to Warm Knitted Cowls are So IN

  1. Sheri says:

    Sweet! You remind me of those illustrations of Norwegians in winter scenes. I knew a lady some years ago who made something similar but in Polar Fleece.

  2. Sheri says:

    Thank you! I connected! I have to warn you, I’m very political with what is going on in our country with our current administration so if my post come up in your “feed” don’t feel obligated to read.

  3. Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Just like the snorkel hoods you see up North – but ‘way prettier! Looks SO cozy: perfect for a day like today! (And totally brings out your knock-out blue eyes; )

    • ah, thanks Deb, its is warm and cozy indeed but its so warm, that you will only want to wear it during the very cold part of the year.. I am glad you liked the photos, I can see the beauty in them but I also see the signs of my not being well.. I am currently researching a heavier duty face cream to help with getting my skin back to more normal

      • Sheri says:

        I just started using a product I purchased at a Health Food Store yesterday. (Christmas and sugar overdose got me good) The company is called “Desert Essence” and the product is called “Thoroughly Clean Face Wash”. I got the Oily & Combination Skin one.I try not to use creams that clog my pours and I keep makeup off. After washing my skin does feel a bit dry but my natural oils come back pretty fast. It’s a liquid and it comes in a pump bottle. Smells wonderful with the Tee Tree Oil in it. http://www.desertessence.com

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