I haven't made any progress at all on my Mad May sweater, but I did finish a cowl!

The pattern is Cabernet Infinity Scarf by Monika Sirna. It is written for 3 weights - fingering, sport/DK, and worsted/aran. It's also written in 4 sizes from a child's cowl to an extra long infinity scarf. I made a small DK weight version, but all of the weights and sizes are included in one pdf so you won't have to commit to anything before you buy the pattern.

I used Madelinetosh Tosh DK in Dahlia, leftover from my Calligraphy Cardigan. Like most MadTosh colorways, this color is beautiful and complex. It almost glows in certain lights. It's also a color that can be worn regardless of the season. Despite it being mid-May, yesterday it was cold enough that I wore this cowl to the store and the color felt appropriately springy. I also know that it works well during the winter because I practically lived in my Calligraphy Cardigan after I finished it. All in all, I think this little cowl will get a ton of wear.

Project Details:
Pattern: Cabernet Infinity Scarf by Monika Sirna
Yarn: Madelinetosh Tosh DK, Dahlia
Needles: US 6 (4mm)


  1. That is so pretty! I love the colour you chose.

  2. That cowl is delightful! I'm swooning over the raspberry color you chose to knit it in!

  3. That has to be the nicest cowl I have seen. The colour will be very flattering and the stitch is very feminine. Lovely.

  4. It looks so beautiful! I really want to make one of those :)


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