FLUX Cowl and Scarf with 2 edge variants

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FLUX Cowl and Scarf with 2 edge variants Pattern

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Knitting: FLUX Cowl and Scarf with 2 edge variants
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cast on
  • bind off
  • knit
  • purl
  • k2tog
  • ssk
  • yo

Pattern Description:

FLUX is a pretty and simple design - you need only know Cast on (CO), Bind off (BO), Knit (K), Purl (P), Slip, Slip Knit (SSK), Knit two together (K2tog), and Yarn Over (YO) for this pattern.
The stitch pattern forms nice undulating zigzags, edged with ribbing or seed stitch- your choice.
Worked in the round for the cowls or longwise & flat/back and forth for the scarf.
Separate sets of directions are given for the cowl and scarf- and you decide which edging lead in/out you prefer, the seed stitch or the ribbing for each, you might choose your own as well - maybe garter?
I always encourage experimentation and 'making it your own' never be afraid of playing with your yarn- there are no mistakes in knitting really - only learning.

Gauge:

16 -17 stitches in stockinette equals 4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • the cowl is about 20" around by 6.5" the scarf is 6.5" wide by 101" long as written - you may add or subtract multiples of 7 for shorter or longer length

Materials:

  • 100 yds of Aran for the cowl
  • 330 yds of aran for the scarf
  • size 9 circular needle 16" for cowl 24'+ for scarf
  • row counter
  • stitch marker 1 end of round or 2 (optional for scarf
  • darning needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Cascade Pastaza Paints

Colorway:

anything you like

About Designer

About Designer

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I Love to knit, crochet and play with fiber, to me everything about it is appealing:
From the basic building blocks of two needles -or a hook- and some string, come infinite possibilities and infinite learning opportunities. So much based from a few choices and simple manipulations. Endless potential for unique beauty made with your very own hands!
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