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Traveler Knit Infinicowl

Traveler Knit Infinicowl
Traveler Knit Infinicowl
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"This versatile piece will get you compliments everywhere you go! Wide enough to pull it over your head, with a stitch pattern that makes it unique and beautiful. While the scarf looks complicated, it's actually very simple as it's made with basic stitches. The gorgeous taupe color is sure to go with many wardrobes, but choose any yarn color that you'd like. You will need chunky yarn and US Size 11 knitting needles. Get ready to make your favorite winter accessory!"

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Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Cowls... My need of warm accessories throughout the year brought me to this Infinicowl. This cowl can be worn around my neck or as a hooded cowl. For extremely cold winter I intend to line mine with fannel.

Chunky projects are my favorite to work up. The fact that this is super cozy and can fit over your head makes it a must-have. I haven't tried the pattern yet, but it's definitely on my list.

This is a very nice pattern for a scarf. I like the texture and it's easy to knit. It is knit from the bottom up, rather than from end to end, although the blogger does give instructions for doing that if you want. Since it appears to have a "right" side and a "reverse" side you wouldn't be able to twist the scarf when you join the ends, like you do for an infinity scarf. Has anyone tried this pattern yet?

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