Tundra Accessories (part 2)

Last week we gave you a sneak peek of half of the beautiful Tundra Accessories Trunk Show that is featured in the shop this month.  This week, I wanted to share the cowls with you. I love cowls.  They are usually a fun quick knit, and I love how the circular design never comes unwrapped like a scarf, that could leave the back of your neck unprotected from a draft.We have a four beautiful samples that will probably have you casting on as soon as you slip any one of them over your head.  There is something very special about snuggling into the downy softness of the 60% Alpaca, 30% Merino, and 10% Silk blend of this bulky yarn.  Tundra is a quick knit and any of these cowls could be off the needles and keeping you snug after a few days of knitting. artic circleFirst let me introduce you to the Arctic Circle cowl by Antonia Shankland.  The generous depth of this cowl will surround your neck with soft warmth. fairbanksNext we have Fairbanks by Courtney Kelley.  This is a longer infinity cowl that could be worn doubled up as shown above, or in a single loop around the neck of eye catching color.HarbinHarbin by Kate Gagnon Osborn has a fun Mobius twist that provides a fun detail to what would otherwise be a simple seed stitch cowl. tallinLast but not least, is Tallin by Kate Gagnon Osborn.  This beautiful shorter cowl will wrap your neck in soft warmth.  The beautiful cables stitches really shine.  And I love the simple buttons that compliment the rustic design.This trunk show will remain in the shop until the third week of this month so we hope that you can stop in for a visit and check out these deliciously soft samples soon!