Scarves in the Round 25 Knitted Infinity Scarves, Neck Warmers, Cowls, and Double-Warm Tube Scarves

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-06-15
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
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Enjoy a preview of all 25 finished scarves in our exclusive Look Book!

Cowls, infinity scarves, long tube scarves, and neck warmers are fresh, modern takes on the scarf, and you'll want to create them all from this fun and fashion-forward collection for circular needles. With circular needles you are always moving forward, with no need to flip from front to back--and no seams--so you'll whip them up in no time!

  • Everything from light, lacy cowls airy enough to be worn in summer to big and bulky cables and bobbles
  • Intriguing entrelac and dazzling colorwork designs--including bold striping, geometric patterns, and Fair Isle
  • Wide range of patterns built on basic stitches and using widely available yarns, including popular self-striping yarn
  • Stitch and technique guide includes step-by-step photos
  • Author Biography

    Heather Walpole is the designer and founder behind Ewe Ewe Yarns, a boutique wholesale yarn company specializing in merino wool. She enjoys designing a wide variety of knit and crochet garments that are fun to make and super comfortable to wear. Her patterns are featured on her company’s website, eweewe.com, and appeared in the One + One book series with Iris Schrier, as well as in Knit Simple, Love of Knitting, and Creative Knitting magazines. Heather earned a degree in graphic design from the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science and worked as a designer for IKEA before relocating to Oceanside, California, and taking up knitting. You can visit Heather on her Facebook page (eweeweyarns) or follow her on Twitter (@eweeweyarns).

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