Did you ever wonder what would happen if a pair of gloves and a scarf had a child? What would happen if you just reached into your scarf every time your fingers were cold?
Well this is the answer to those questions that you never actually asked.
Finally I found the time to have this pattern sampled and edited so it can be shared with everyone. Specifics are below.
Yarn: 300-400 yards of Cascade 220 wool (2 skeins) Fingers may be worked in contrasting color for a playful effect (about 70 yards).
Supplies: 1 pair Size #8 (5 mm) straight needles
4 Size #8 (5 mm) double pointed needles
Scrap yarn for holding stitches (hard holders not recommended)
A sewing needle
Size: This scarf fits teens and adults with a hand circumference of 6 - 9” (15 - 23 cm).
Finished measurements are 6 x 70” (15 x 178 cm).
Gauge: 4” x 4” square of stockinette stitch = 16 stitches x 22 rows.
You will want to know how to knit, purl, increase, decrease, use a provisional cast on.