As a freelance copy editor and transcriptionist (and a student again as well!), I happily work for myself from home, which generally allows me to knit and craft and create when the mood ...
As a freelance copy editor and transcriptionist (and a student again as well!), I happily work for myself from home, which generally allows me to knit and craft and create when the mood strikes.
For me, knitting and crocheting has evolved from a hobby to an all-consuming passion (some would say obsession). Inspiration for my designs is drawn from all over the place, including past travels -- from Turkey to Kyrgyzstan and many places in between.
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Some might call this a hooded wrap or a scarf with a hood or maybe even a snood; whatever you call it, it's perfect for Yeti-hunting season. Wear Yeti with the hood up or down, with scarf ends wrapped and tied or left long and loose; whatever way you choose to wear it, it's going to feel like a warm hug.
This is a one size pattern that requires approximately 400 yards of super bulky yarn. You will also need two sets of needles: 12mm circular needles (80cm in length) for the wrap; and four 10 mm double pointed needles to make the mittens.
4 inches = 8 sts by 12 rows in pattern repeat on larger needles
400 yards of Bulky weight