Springwater Cowl/Infinity Scarf by Lesley Bracken
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Springwater Cowl/Infinity Scarf

Knitting
February 2015
New Hue Handspuns Yarntastic! Custom Blend
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
150 - 300 yards (137 - 274 m)
2 Sizes: Neckwarmer/Cowl & Infinity Scarf
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Featuring the cable stitch genius of Annie Maloney, our neck warmer celebrates Portland’s Springwater Corridor, a 21.5 mile pedestrian trail that follows the old Springwater Division Rail Line from the downtown banks of the Willamette all the way east to Boring, Oregon. Along the way the trail winds through nature areas, parks, and many of SE Portland’s most popular neighborhoods. Enjoyed by bicyclers and joggers alike, those adventurous enough to tackle the entire trail will be rewarded with stunning views of Mount Hood.

Yarn:
New Hue Handspuns Yarntastic! Custom Blend - DK Weight-
(55% merino, 25% alpaca, 20% tussah silk), colorway Portland Plum - 150 yards/skein
Neck Warmer/Cowl = 150 yards, Infinity Scarf = 300 yards

Finished Sizes:
4.5” x 26” Neck Warmer/Cowl
4.5” x 52” Infinity Scarf.
All Measurements were taken after blocking

Needles:
US#7 (4.5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge:
24 sts = 4” in stockinette stitch.
Handspun yarns vary in thickness so check your gauge and adjust needle size appropriately

Notions:
4 - 5/8” Buttons
1 - tapestry needle

Skill Level:
Intermediate

This pattern was originally published as Yarntastic! Fiber Arts contribution to the 2015 Rose City Yarn Crawl in Portland, Oregon.

The pattern is available for download individually or as part of the eBook: Postcards from Portland: 2015 Rose City Yarn Crawl Pattern Collection.