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|Yarn Weight||Worsted (10 ply)|
What are you most proud of? I've knitted three different accessories (varying types of cowls) with the eco-yarn; this combination seems to work best. No more frogging of the Eco.
What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you use m1 stitches at the center, you'[ll have a more solid fabric. I omitted the stitch marker at the center and relied on the eyelets created by the yarn overs to help me keep track of the increases on the right side. I made the scarf have a more circular edging by placing yarn overs att ht strat of each row - RS and WS right after the three stitch garter band.