I’ve made my first contribution to Ravelry! Like most of my knitting-friends, I spent endless hours perusing yarn patterns and dreaming about future projects. So I thought it’s time to give something back. It’s only a little neck-warmer, but I had a lot of fun making it and it’s suitable for men, which makes it a great quick last-minute knitting gift. The yarn I used is Cascade 220, of which I’m a big fan. The colour range they offer is really nice and it’s not expensive. I can recommend GetKnitted in Bristol for super quick and free delivery (when ordering at least £10 worth).
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