Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl

The Honey Cable Cowl

is a gorgeous Baby Alpaca scarf

that has been patiently waiting for over

a month to be shown off.


What can I say, I have been busy

and oddly reluctant to pick up my camera,

including my iPhone camera.

I have no idea why,

but I pushed through it and here it is!


Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl


This pattern is sooo easy

and the results unbelievable.


In fact, it was so simple

I found myself continually checking the pattern

to make sure I wasn’t missing



But, no the Honey Cable Cowl

really is perfect for knitting newbies.


Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl


So where can you get your hands

on this pattern?


Morris & Sons  – my favourite yarn store in Sydney.


The pattern number is 44229.


I can’t remember how much it cost,

but I remember thinking it was a bargain.

 I love a good bargain!


Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl


To follow the pattern,

you will need a pair of 7.00mm knitting needles,

a cable needle and 7 balls of Morris Maya 14ply (50g/50m).


And yes, you are correct,

I have used the Maya 14 ply before.


On my very first knitted scarf 

The Candy Striped Scarf



 Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl


Maya 14 ply is a scrummy yarn 

(you can use scrummy to describe yarn, right?).


Made from baby Alpaca,

this yarn is super soft and has a glorious drape

when knitted into a cowl.


It is so soft and gorgeous,

I don’t think I will be able to wear any other yarn

around my neck this winter.


Lucky for me I bought extra Maya goodness in Cream and Bisque

(the colours I used in the Candy Striped Scarf).


 Knitting: Honey Cable Cowl


Morris Maya 14 Ply Baby Alpaca

retails for $11.00 and can be bought online,

but you will need to be quick, I think I am going stock up

on some more.


It’s not long to Christmas don’t you know…only kidding!

But seriously, I may just clear out their supplies,

so get in fast.


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