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Monday, December 05, 2011

More Cowl Scarves!

I have been working really hard on making more cowl neck scarves!  I made 10 in about a week.  I was knitting nonstop!  If you see any you like and you live in the central Arkansas area, you can buy one at one of the three stores that are selling them!  Keep reading for more information.

Plum Warm: Get this large scarf at The Green Corner Store.  It's super tall to keep your face warm in the chilly wind.  You can also fold it down.  These have a snap closure.

Military Oatmeal: You can buy this scarf at Antique Brick Outdoors.  It's also really tall but easily folds down.


Black Pearl: This is available at The Green Corner Store.  Tall but scrunches down!

Pumpkin Latte: This is available at The Green Corner Store.  This is a good in between size for when you want coverage but want to go a bit smaller.

Olive You:  This is available at The Green Corner Store.  A good in between size in a yummy color.

Egg Noggin: This is available at The Green Corner Store.  This scarf is small.  It keeps your neck warm and doesn't require any fuss.  These scarves have a band closure for easy on and off. 

 Dash of Salt: This is available at The Green Corner Store.  This is a good neutral color for matching all your outfits!

Toast: This is available at The Green Corner Store.  This scarf is two colors!

Cinnamon: You can buy this scarf at Antique Brick Outdoors.  Make a statement and keep warm with this larger scarf! 

 Hot Coal: You can buy this at The Freckled Frog.  This is large but can be folded down.

These scarves are soft and comfy.  They are made with love and devotion by my two hands!  If you don't live in the area (or even if you do!), I custom make scarves and can mail them to you.  Contact me if you'd like to order one.  They range from $20-45 based on size.

Where to buy in Little Rock:

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