Saturday, December 7, 2013

Fingerscarves Finally

Did you ever wonder what would happen if a pair of gloves and a scarf had a child? What would happen if you just reached into your scarf every time your fingers were cold?
Well this is the answer to those questions that you never actually asked.

It took only 2 years to put aside time to actually edit and publish this pattern, does anyone even remember it?

How could you forget a scarf that has fingers.

Details are as follows:

Yarn: 300-400 yards of Cascade 220 wool (2 skeins) Fingers may be worked in contrasting color for a playful effect (about 70 yards).

Supplies: 1 pair Size #8 (5 mm) straight needles
4 Size #8 (5 mm) double pointed needles
Scrap yarn for holding stitches (hard holders not recommended)
A sewing needle

Size: This scarf fits teens and adults with a hand circumference of 6 - 9” (15 - 23 cm).
Finished measurements are 6 x 70” (15 x 178 cm).

Gauge: 4” x 4” square of stockinette stitch = 16 stitches x 22 rows.

You will want to know how to knit, purl, increase, decrease, use a provisional cast on.

This is a versatile pattern that fits older teens to adults  and can be made with any color combo. You can get it on ravelry or buy it right here.

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