Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Gola (Cowl)






Esta gola é gostosa de usar e dá para ser feita com vários fios.

This cowl is very cozy and it can be made with varied yarns.

36 comments:

Alice Olive said...

Oh this is beautiful. I love the colours and textures of the second one in particular. Luxurious!

said...

i noticed that you post every few days with new scarves and wraps... you must be very fast at making them and you are very talented! i wish i could knit and put things together like that!

The Seeker said...

How pretty these are.
You do such great things.

Wendiva said...

oh i LOVE IT!! it sooo cute!!! sorry i haven't been around, i've been traveling a lot. but i'm back now, and ready to roll!!

saray said...

i like those..
really pretty..

Seraphine said...

I love the cowl!
I wish you had a picture of the back too. I can imagine a long train in the back too, just for something different.
It looks so beautiful, Carolina.

Romeika said...

Linda! A vermelha, entao.. linda demais

addicted said...

very cool cowl

Shaz said...

I wish it was alot colder in australia, so i could wear all your pieces the red is great!

bronwyn said...

Oh wow, these are absolutely stunning!!!

atelier said...

They are really beautiful. I prefer the red one. I need one of them for the cold winter is here now!!

Adele said...

wow its cool... its kinda not a scarf but kind is! love it.x

Fred The Mole said...

Hi From Paris Carolina !

Your original work with crochet is really amazing !
And thank you so much for your comment on EasyFashion !

Fred the Mole

coco said...

I love that red
It is such a strong colour!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! My favourite is the second one!
Alice,
Londom

Wendy said...

Nice work, such pretty colors!

hannah said...

i love the red one. i could really use something like that in my wardrobe. is is just one big o?

Carolina Lange said...

Hannah,

Yes, it is like a big O.
Thanks for the sweet comment!

Carolina Lange

Debbie Shiamay said...

i really wish i cud meet u and see the way u do these!!! Please teach me!!! Theyre just gorgeous!

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WendyB said...

Pretty!

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

I love this
I think it's one of my favorite things you've made
it looks great against a plain white top!

Cate said...

i like the colour in the first picture very much!

Iheartfashion said...

I love these, very pretty.
You're so prolific!

Kira Fashion said...

so cool and new for me somente a gola, super fashion!

beijos e abraços

kira

Molly :] said...

thats so cool.
you should posr the patterns/ instructions so i can try to make them :) x

ChiliLady said...

Fantastic, you're one talented girl!

addicted said...

update!

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

show us more! :P

molly said...

love the first one, its so bright!

Kanani said...

Gorgeous! I love things like this. My mother and grandmother knitted and crocheted and I regret I never learned it from them!

Cate said...

my mum loves your work too, i showed your blog to her and she enjoys making such things too, and she says you're very talented, and i agree with her!

Kira Fashion said...

Olá!

Fico feliz que tenha gostado das fotos!

Muitos beijos e abraços,

Kira

Paul Pincus said...

this is a favourite of mine...men could wear these, no?...they're gorgeous.

ps are you familiar with Hugo França?...he is having a show this week in nyc at R 20th Century. A brilliant furniture and object artist from Brazil.

MISS GLITZY said...

Your cowls are wonderful, wish I got the red one to protect me from the chilly weather we've got in Paris those days.

Elizabeth said...

I am having a little cowl obsession at the moment and decided to stop by to see if you have posted any in the past. I love this one Carolina! Where did you find the pattern? Was it difficult?