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Project

Tsuwano

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Tsuwano Faux Infinity Cowl Link to website or photo www.ropeknits.com/patterns/tsuwano-faux-infinity-cowl/ What are you most proud of? A lot of knitters (including me) are on a budget, so I wanted to come up with a pattern that got the most effect for the least amount of yarn. Madeline Tosh is on the pricey side, but this cowl takes only one skein (and of course you can substitute other, less expensive yarns if you like). What advice would you give someone starting this project? Give yourself some quiet time to get the buttonhole row done and do the first section or two of the lace repeat. Once you have that down, it's pretty easy, and since it's small, it's a great travel project.

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RopeKnits made Tsuwano with:

  • 1 skein (270 yds) Madeline Tosh Sport
  • "Posy" colorway; #6 US (4mm) knitting needles) 6 5/8" buttons

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Tsuwano Faux Infinity Cowl Link to website or photo www.ropeknits.com/patterns/tsuwano-faux-infinity-cowl/ What are you most proud of? A lot of knitters (including me) are on a budget, so I wanted to come up with a pattern that got the most effect for the least amount of yarn. Madeline Tosh is on the pricey side, but this cowl takes only one skein (and of course you can substitute other, less expensive yarns if you like). What advice would you give someone starting this project? Give yourself some quiet time to get the buttonhole row done and do the first section or two of the lace repeat. Once you have that down, it's pretty easy, and since it's small, it's a great travel project.

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Skill Level

Beginner