The advantages of this warm scarf with attached
hood are two: It doesnít make a mess of your hair
at all, and itís almost universally becoming.
Though ample, itís small enough to consider
working in a luxury yarn, and a dressy version is
more than possible. You can wrap it, tie it, throw
the ends to the back for a slightly dashing look, or
even make it in cotton for summer wear if you drive
a convertible. It retains a kind of Victorian look
that I like.
My friend Shannon posed in this warm and wooly
one on a 90į summer afternoon, which is why the
summer top and the winter headgear seem a little ill
assorted. She was heroic to wear it at all; I didnít
have the heart to make her bundle into winter gear
for a 'cold-weather' shot.
The Materials you'll need for this Knitting Project:
This takes about 12 ounces of a knitting worsted (or the equivalent
with 1 strand of DK combined with one strand of mohair, wound together and worked
together), #7 or # 8 needles for the scarf.
needles for the hood, and smallish circular #5 or #6
for the ribbing.
Tape measure, crochet hook for
picking up dropped stitches, yarn needle.
contrast yarn for the edging; this has a red
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