The weather here in Tennessee is crazy. One of my students described it best when she called it bipolar. I mean, so far this winter we have had two spells where it was over 70 degrees and two spells where it was below freezing and even 6″ of snow on the ground once! With weather changes like that it makes it hard to get dressed in the morning without checking what it’s going to feel like outside. It also makes colds and allergies worse! A simple cowl like the Primrose Cowl is perfect because it is warm without being too warm and can easily be taken off if the weather is warmer than I thought it was going to be.
By Amanda Saladin
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
Yarn: Deborah Norville Everyday Worsted, 3.99 oz/113g, each approx 203 yards/186 meters (acrylic): 2 Skeins #1024 Steel
Hook: K (6.5mm)
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner
YARN WEIGHT: Worsted
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Approximately 5” wide x 60” long
GAUGE: Not crucial for this project
Hold 2 strands together throughout
Row 1: (sc, ch 2, sc) in 3rd ch from hook, *sk 2 ch, (sc, ch 2, sc) in next ch; rep from * across, ending with hdc in last ch; turn.
Row 2: Ch 3, *3 dc in ch-2 sp (shell made); rep from * across, ending with dc in top of t-ch; turn.
Row 3: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), *(sc, ch 2, sc) in 2nd dc of shell; rep from * across; ending with hdc in top of t-ch; turn.
Repeat rows 2-3 until piece measures 60″ from beginning, or to desired length.
Sew ends together to create an infinity scarf, if desired. Weave in ends.