Cosmopolitan Cowl

Thank you to all of my testers–you did a great job! The pattern is now available in my Rav store, and I’m sure you’ll soon see my testers’ versions too now that they can add them to their Ravelry projects page. I’ve been wearing this cowl nearly every day, it’s the perfect thing to ward off the chill here in Cordova. It’s so soft, I often forget I have it on. Here’s my original post with more pictures, and notes about the pattern.


Pattern Released: Cosmopolitan Cowl

9 thoughts on “Pattern Released: Cosmopolitan Cowl

  • February 19, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    Awesome! I am going to make one!!

  • February 20, 2009 at 5:20 am

    Awesome! I am going to make one!!

  • February 3, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    Hi Amy, I would have e-mailed you this directly, but I couldn't find a “Contact Me” link. I just want to see if you were aware that Bijou Basin Ranch is selling this pattern. I know of a couple people that had offered their patterns to BBR to distribute free with purchase of yarn, only to find them selling the pattern for $8 instead.

  • February 3, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    Hi Thanks for writing. I sold the patterns wholesale to BBR, so they may
    distribute them however they choose.



  • February 3, 2010 at 7:41 pm

    Fabulous! I'm glad to hear your covered with them. I know of 2 designers
    that gave them (BBR) patterns meant to be given out free with purchase of
    yarn, only to find out that they're selling them without permission
    (presumably because they think “free with purchase” patterns are a pain to
    deal with). Since these designers are also selling their patterns
    separately, it presents a bit of a problem, mostly because if they buy it
    from BBR for $8, only to find out they could have got it directly from the
    designer for $4, then the consumer would be upset. But anyway, I saw your
    patterns, and since I saw your prices were also a bit lower, I was concerned
    that perhaps you were in the same boat. I'm glad to hear that's not the

    Thank you for responding!

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