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Nor'easter Infinity Cowl

Knitting
November 2013
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
2.5 stitches and 2.25 rows = 1 inch in Stockinette
250 - 260 yards (229 - 238 m)
One Size Fits All
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This is a deliciously warm and cushy cowl, fun and relaxing to knit and a dream to wear. Knit one for yourself, then knit some for people you love.

I made the original Nor’easter with two colors of yarn, but it would be equally lovely made with one color or several, depending on the personality of the person who will be wearing it.

The pattern has photos to help with the knitting techniques involved. I am known for writing patterns that are visually aesthetic and professional while also being very clear to understand and follow.

In the main photograph of the the cowl, there appears to be an “arrow” design. What appears to be an arrow is actually a fold, with the ribs on top going off at one angle and the ribs on the under part of the fold going off in another direction.

I shot some additional photos to demonstrate various other drapes you might try when wearing it. My favorite look is the original drape I used for the cover photo, but this is a versatile piece and may be worn in a variety of ways.

People should use artistry in the way they arrange this or any other cowl, scarf, shawl, or wrap. This piece happens to be very flexible and accommodating, which is one of the reasons I love mine so much and chose to share this pattern with others.

My four year old granddaughter has even put my cowl on herself, pulled down over her shoulders and it makes a wonderful looking cape/poncho on her sweet little shoulders.