Name this cowl hat!

Remember this yarn?

It’s now a cowl.

Or a hat. It’s both! I’ve designed this for my assigned/planned pooling class at Red Alder Fiber Arts Retreat next month. There are a couple spots left in class. Yarn is included in the materials fee. It’s A Wondrous Worsted from Yarn Snob, in the Times Square colorway. I’m in LOVE. Better pictures on a human soon; it’s finally stopped raining here.

In the meantime, please help me name this cowl/hat! I’ve been calling it Bossy Cowl Hat, in a nod to the yarn telling you when it’s time to do the exciting stitch, and the idea of Bossy the Cow(l). Ha! But it doesn’t sound very inviting, or very pretty. What should I call it?

If I pick the name you suggest, you’ll get a free copy of the pattern, which should work with any worsted weight color pooling yarn. Fire away!

Have you tried planned pooling or assigned pooling? What did you think of it?

Unrelated PS: The Nautical Knitting cruise on the schooner Zodiac is sold out! But if you’re interested, sign up for the waiting list; there can be changes between now and the end of July. Ahoy!

12 responses to “Name this cowl hat!

  1. Spiralling Joy.

    XO

  2. Perfectly pooled cowl hat

  3. I think you need to name the hat “Now? Now!” as a play on when to pool. I love this yarn.  Wish I could come to the retreat to play with it. Annie Berg

  4. Palma Gigliotti

    I love this hat. It is so colorful. It make me happy, joyful and inspired. It brightens the mood this time of year.

    Called it Winter Charm.

  5. “Pooling is a Cinch”

  6. I’d call the new hat/cowl:. City Lights

  7. hapgoodmirandak@aol.com

    “Convertible Fireworks”

  8. How about “City lights” or “On Broadway”

  9. Oh, that is really beautiful!!!
    How about Dance All Night!?

  10. “pool and swirl”

  11. Hashtag, Hot Static

  12. Love this pattern! I would call it “Flip Flop Cowl/Hat”

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