from Thom Sinclair
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Short row construction yields an infinity scarf with one end significantly wider than the other, adding visual interest and versatility to the finished garment. Can be worn around the neck, over the shoulders as a shawl or sash, or wrapped once around the neck and draped over the head as a hood.
Because of its simple elegance and endless versatility, Bachelorette can be worn draped over a cocktail dress as a bold accessory, or tossed around street clothes for an urban look.
Pattern is given in both written directions and chart form, with a diagram visualizing how the short row contstruction shapes the garment.
650 yards of DK weight
Budding designer in the San Francisco Bay Area trying to bust stash and create as much as I can. By day I work for a local nonprofit, and I spend the majority of my free time knitting, thinking about knitting, buying yarn, rolling around naked in yarn (okay maybe not literally…), designing, tickling my cat, and playing video games.