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Twin Leaves

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  • Lace

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Twin Leaves is a fun scarf pattern that can be knit the same but constructed into two different scarves. The first scarf is a long, warm, wrap around your neck scarf. The second is a modern, super bulky cowl. Both are knit with the same materials but sewn differently to create a great look to suit all types of knitters. The scarves are knit in two pieces and then sewn together. You may choose to use a provisional cast on for the long scarf if you wish to avoid the seam. For both scarves you repeat pattern A twice and then move to pattern B on Row 15 to complete one side of the scarf. For the cowl you will sew together lengthwise slightly askew. Abbreviations: Kknit Ppurl YOyarn over Sskknit 2 stitches through back loops K2togknit 2 stitches through front loops C2 over 3right p slip 2 stitches onto cable hook place in front, k2 p1, k2 off cable hook Right twist purl bgslip 1 stitch onto cable hook hold in back, k1 , p1 off cable hook Left twist purl bg -slip 1 stitch onto cable hook hold in front, p1 , k1 off cable hook Ssskknit 3 stitches through back loops K3togknit 3 stitches together P3togpurl 3 stitches together Materials Needed: Size 13 (9.00mm) straight knitting needles 2 balls of Knit Picks Cadena (70% wool, 30% Superfine Alpaca 110 yards) Cable Hook Darning needle Button or cowl closure BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY lace increase decrease grafting

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 13 (9.00mm) straight knitting needles
  • 2 balls of Knit Picks Cadena (70% wool, 30% Superfine
  • Cable Hook

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I have been knitting and sewing since I was a young girl. My mother and grandmother taught me.