Lighter Than Air Infinity Scarf by robin nickerson
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Lighter Than Air Infinity Scarf

Knitting
November 2012
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
gauge is not important
US 10 - 6.0 mm
200 - 225 yards (183 - 206 m)
one size, see notes
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Lighter Than Air scarf uses about 200 yds (1 skein plus 1/3 of the second skein) of Reverie Worsted in a rib pattern, with faggoting lace between the ribs. This results in a very light, squishy scarf that feels weightless against your neck, but provides wonderful warmth on chilly days. The infinity scarf can be looped once for a drapey cowl, twice for a real neck-warmer; or you can choose to knit a little longer and leave the ends loose for a sling-over-your-shoulders flat scarf. No blocking necessary for this beautiful yarn. Lighter Than Air is a great choice for a first lace project for the adventurous beginner. The piece can be seamed to make an infinity scarf/cowl, or left flat for a long scarf.

This was also made up in Malabrigo Sock, and turned out great.