knitting design: Dotty Scarf
Phew! It has been a while …
I’m trying to be generally more productive this year, and one of the things I’m focusing on is knitting designs. I have a few dozen ideas and designs-in-progress at any given time, but am I good at finishing and testing and publishing? No. I’m awful.
So. Here’s to the new year and a new design!
The Dotty is a long, elegantly droopy infinity scarf. Twist it up and wear it as a cowl. Wrap it around your head and ears for extra warmth. Wear it long and tuck it into your coat … or share with a (very) close friend.
Dotty is knit in the round with 200 yards of bulky yarn, so it’s a quick and easy project – about 5 hours. Pattern has both charts and written instructions, and was thoroughly vetted by lovely test-knitters. (Thank you again, lovely test-knitters.)
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