|As a cowl|
- It’s knit in a great big rectangle that buttons up so that you can wear it either as a scarf or buttoned up and looped into a cowl.
- It’s knit in simple lace stitch that gives the bulky yarn a lot of drape.
- I used three balls of Valley Yarns Berkshire Bulky (85% wool, 15% alpaca). (You could substitute any number of yarns but I’d suggest something soft since it’s going around your neck.)
- Big yarn. Big needles. It knits up quickly.
|From the back|
|As a scarf|
Sarah BarbourKnitting and crochet designer/teacher and stay-at-home mother to three lovely little girls. Recently relocated to Oregon from the Illinois and enjoying my new life as a West Coaster.
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