I've finally finished something!
This is the cowl I mentioned swatching for way back here, and the stitch pattern I talked about here. Those playing along at home might like to know that it's also the yarn I blogged here, which was spun from fibre I bought at Rampton's Christmas Party, last December. Slightly shamefully, these blocking photos were taken mid-March, which means it's taken almost three weeks for me to graft the ends closed. I have to say, I'm delighted with the way the stitch pattern has worked up; I love the contrast between the knit and purl shapes, and the fact that the fabric is *completely* reversible. Want a close-up?
Also, the waving lines of eyelets provide fold lines so that the fabric collapses into warm folds around your neck. Snuggly! I don't have any proper FO pics yet - but here's a teaser:
(Oh- and the name of the post? The cowl just seems to have named itself Wolfram. Not sure why, but it seems to be sticking...)