The weather in Adelaide has made a significant jump towards Winter this week. Gone are the lovely sunny days, instead it’s cold, rainy and overcast. So, we are having to quickly get out our Winter Woolies to combat the cold. Now, I am not really a shawl or even scarf wearer. I may whinge about the cold here, but compared to many climates, our cold is really nothing, so I don’t often find a need for a scarf (or the need is for such a brief time it’s not worth the effort of getting them out!). However, I came across this pattern from Moogly (http://www.mooglyblog.com/tidal-wave-shawl/) and decided it looked like a good project to try for my first shawl. I changed the colours a little and introduced this beautiful coral (the yarn is Stylecraft Special dk in grey and shrimp – yes, I know, no surprise about the Stylecraft, if only it was more easily available in Australia, sigh!) and I love how it has turned out. Although the grey is not too different from our leaden skies at the moment, the shrimp is so bright and a pretty pop of colour to brighten up a miserable day. I so look forward to it having it’s debut on one of the cold Winter mornings we have coming up! What do you prefer wearing on cold days, a shawl, scarf or cowl?