Reversible Cables Infinity Scarf or Cowl
Large cables are featured in this long continuous scarf and shorter cowl.
The longer length makes an infinity scarf with many possibilities. The shorter length makes a cowl that can be worn around your neck or pulled up over your ears. The pattern itself is easy, large cables are knit in ribbing making them reversible and separated by a dropped stitch giving the scarf lots of drape. The tricky part of the scarf is the finishing, the two ends with lives stitches can be grafted together or for an easier finish you can do a three needle bind off.
Experience with cables, provisional cast on and a three needle bind off or grafting is helpful.
Good for the intermediate to advanced knitter.
Sizes: The longer infinity scarf is a continuous loop about 52” long. The shorter cowl is about 22” long.
The pattern includes color photos of the finished project, easy to follow directions, a list of abbreviations and a stitch glossary explaining the techniques used in the project.