WIP: huntress cowl

Hi everyone!

Last week I was sitting on the couch with my fiancé (I got engaged! Whoo!), working away on my new Scheepjes project using their StoneWashed XL yarn


When all of a sudden I realized – I was almost done! And I had only just started the project! :D Don’t you just love when that happens?

Most of you have already guessed it, but for those of you who haven’t: I’m making the Huntress Cowl by Two Of Wands! This pattern is really awesome; is has both crochet and knitted parts to it. If you really don’t knit, or don’t want to learn, there is now an updated version of the pattern with all crochet parts.

I really LOVED the way the knitted part looked, so I set out to teach myself how to do it! :)


I mean, how awesome does this look! Right? Maybe it’s because I’m a full time crocheter and am used to the textures that crochet creates, but I am in LOVE with this knit stitch! When I just made it I just couldn’t stop touching it and ooh-ing and aah-ing over it. But I’m sure that’s normal ;) I was however really proud of myself for learning how to do this. Spoiler alert: it’s not as hard as it looks! And because I knit it on 15mm knitting needles it was done in less than an hour.

I have finished the Huntress Cowl, but I won’t show it to you just yet; you have to wait another week for that!

Well, maybe just a peek…



ps Yes, this is *that* cowl from *that* movie with *that* awesome actress ;)

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  1. Can’t wait till next week, it looks delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. looks great! And I got engaged too last year. Wonderful feeling, isn’t it? Congratulations! :-)

  3. Looking forward for the pattern!

  4. Mmmmm – love that dtitch

  5. Congratulations, I love the way you casually dropped that in!
    Can’t wait to see the cowl in all it’s gloryl

  6. Congratulations for your engagement, as well as for, this lovely cowl ! :))

    I was also immediately attracted by those gorgeous WOODEN CROCHETS !
    WOW, WOW, need them / want them :))
    Can you give us some information as where we can buy these, pleeeeeaze ?
    Thanks, dear…

    Gratefully, from a crochet AND crochet hooks addict

    NADINE (Belgium)

  7. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!! Oh, and the stitch is really pretty, too! Did I say CONGRATULATIONS already?! x

  8. WAUW, wat is die MOOI!!!! Ik mocht van mezelf niets nieuws meer beginnen, maar dit is wel ERRUG verleidelijk!!!

  9. congrats!! and what an awesome cowl! Now I might have to knit it too… ;)

  10. Congratulations on your engagement. Love your crochet, absolutely fabulous.

  11. Congratulations on your engagement! And I love the cowl :)

  12. Congratulations on your engagement and on mastering that stitch too! (Equally exciting things both of ’em!) ;)

    S x

  13. Congratulations on your engagement! Nice cowl! Love that knit stitch….

  14. OMG, die is echt prachtig!

  15. Looks really nice…I will have to try this one…they were here today & will start on my sewing/ craft rm. in January …can’t wait, they said it will take a month…then I can do something yea!

  16. Congratuations on your engagement. I love reading your blog. Some time can you show us how to mount your mandalas.

  17. Yay, congratulations, enjoy your engagement (I’ve been engaged just over a year, milk it as much as you can for fun, throw and engagement party, do yourselves an engagement photoshoot if that’s your bag) how did it happen? was it super romantic?

    That cowl looks awesome, may have to purchase the pattern, the yarn is scummy too.x

  18. Congratulations on your engagement!

  19. Lovely, and congrats!

  20. Oh it’s such fabulous yarn – many congratulations on your engagement:)

  21. Congratulations on your engagement! That stitch pattern is lovely!

  22. Ziet er indetdaad heeel mooi uit!!

  23. Oooh can we have the pattern plse. Gorgeous and congratulations.

  24. Congratulations wink!!! So exciting!! (Your finished cowl looks amazing too!)
    Kate :}