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My mom taught me to embroider when I was five, little knowing she was creating a craft monster at the time. Fifty years later, I'm still at it, beading, embroidering, knitting, and whatever else ...

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Biggo Cowl

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Stephanie70    August 7, 2015
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Yes, I am using using circular needles but my cat loves any kind of needles and yarn I knit up Note she wants her touches too :(
Starting again but will take pictures as I go along this time. :)

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Stephanie70    July 29, 2015
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Can I do this pattern using circular needles?
Should I use a scrap piece of yarn first to help with picking up stitches for 3 needle bind off.
I am making this for my friend's 18" Doll she has and would like to make this bigger since would like it to wrap two times as a scarf if this would work. So that would be 32 in total ( or is that to long?)

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debbaworks  August 1, 2015
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Yes, you can do it using circular needles, but I think the question you may really be asking is: can I do the pattern in the round? No, you can't, it would change the orientation of the stitch pattern, which could be an interesting look, but it wouldn't be the design I posted.

You can certainly use a provisional cast on, with waste yarn, to start the pattern. That would work perfectly--but for the lazy, like myself, just a regular cast on works, too.

I don't know if 32" is too long, my sizing was based entirely on the amount of yarn that comes in a Biggo skein. But I think the length would be a function of the circumference of the doll's neck, plus probably 6" of positive ease. That's just a guess. Good luck with your project and thanks for choosing my pattern. :)

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margclark1273562    November 20, 2014
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where can I find the pattern

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debbaworks  November 21, 2014
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From the pattern page where you asked the question. There is a big orange button on the right hand side that says "download digital pattern." That should do it for you.