Bea - the cowlinity
A simple and easy cowl/infinity scarf, (hence “cowlinity”) knit in the round, Bea features a slip-stitch pattern using only one color at a time per row. The inside is nearly as attractive as the outside, making it easy to wear any way you like!
Named in loving honor of my aunt/godmother.
For the free coordinating beanie pattern, go here
Yarn: 1 skein each Dale Baby Ull (100% Superwash Merino, 180 yds/50g) in off-white (color# 0020), dark grey (color#0083), and light grey (color# 0007). Uses only about 1/2 skein each of the white/dark grey and a tiny bit of the light grey.
Needles: 2 sets size 4(3.5mm) circ. needles 16-24”(40-61cm). Alternatively, you could use DPNs.
Stitch markers; tapestry needle.
Skill level: advanced beginner. Only stitches used are knit and purl, slipping with yarn in back.
Size: one size – blocked is 24”/61cm x 7.5”/19cm.
Gauge: 24 st and 44 rows/4”(10cm) in garter st in the round, on size 4(3.5mm) needles.