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Chevron Stripe

Knitting
October 2012
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch in colorwork in the round, blocked and St st in the round, blocked.
US 4 - 3.5 mm
790 - 1580 yards (722 - 1445 m)
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A striped chevron graphic is worked into this bold and stylish knit. Instructions for either an infinity scarf or a standard cowl makes this a great addition to your fall and winter wardrobe.

NOTE: Chevron Stripe is worked in the round, using a provisional cast on and Kitchener stitch grafting.

INFINITY SCARF MEASUREMENTS:
Approx 7” / 18cm tall x 54” / 137cm circ

COWL MEASUREMENTS:
Approx 7” / 18cm tall 27” / 68.5cm circ

YARN: Anzula, Sebastian
70% Superwash Merino, 30% Sea Cell; +/-395 yd / 361m.

For Infinity Scarf:
color: Charcoal (C1), 1 skein; color: Persimmon (C2), 1 skein;
color: Rootbeer (C3), 1 skein; color: Au Natural (C4), 1 skein.
Or approx 250 yds of fingering weight yarn in 4 colors.

For Cowl:
color: Charcoal (C1), 1 skein; color: Persimmon (C2), 1 skein.
Or approx 250 yds of fingering weight yarn in both colors.

NEEDLES:
US4 / 3.5mm 16” / 40cm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge. Extra needle same size for grafting

NOTIONS:
Stitch marker, Tape measure, Tapestry needle, Waste yarn

A Note About Gauge:
Gauge for 1-color and 2-color knitting can vary. Because there are large sections of this pattern knit with 1-color and large sections knit with 2-color It is ultra important to check your gauge to ensure accurate sizing. You may need to adjust needle size when knitting with 1-color versus 2-color. Remember blocking will help even out your stitches, so block those gauge swatches too! All this considered, if your gauge does vary between 1-color and 2-color knitting, you can either adjust your needle size as necessary or you can choose to see this variation in gauge as a design element. The choice is yours!