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Ten Favorite Scarves of 2013

Tuesday, January 14, 2013
Not that I am wanting to recall the bitter chill of last week here in Chicago (17 below, 45 below windchill) and around the nation, but it did get me looking back.

Have you ever noticed that when you are feeling just a bit chilly inside, the addition of a scarf or cowl warms your entire body? It might be the colorful yarn, the fuzzy feel or the thought of the talented hands that made the scarf, but they seem to warm the soul as well as the body!

Here's a look back at my ten favorite scarves/cowls this year. I've included links so you can make them too!

Winter
1) Gwyneth Cable Cowl
Unique cables add a fashionable touch to office wear.


 2) Chunky Tweed Cowl
 Encircled in warmth, you'll also make a fashion statement!


3) Ringo Neckwarmer
The colors of fall "encircle" you with warmth!



Spring
1) As You Like It Cowl
Lightweight and playful as you come out of the cocoon of winter!



3) Elise Shawl
Perfect addition to an outfit for the cool spring evenings.


Summer
1) Flowers on the Garden Trellis Scarf 
The array of colors make this a versatile add-on in cool places.


2) Chain Gang Scarf 
Wear this as  you watch flowers bloom!



3) Queen Anne's Scarf
Light and delightful


Fall
1) Ruffled Interlude
Hang on to the warmth of summer a little while longer!


2) Albers Cowl 
Made with sock yarn-light and comfy as the days begin to cool.


3) Beseme
Lovely as a cowl and doubles as a wrap
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