The holiday break is so delightful. No responsibilities. Nothing scheduled. It is so relaxing!
I have been on a personal mission to clear off my Knit Nook shelves of the excess yarn. That means I'm trying to knit my way through all this yarn. I started in a really easy spot - the super bulky yarn that took up nearly an entire shelf. I had about 25+ skeins of Tahki Baby yarn from 2003 purchase when I intended to knit up Nicky Epstein's Felted Rose Trellis Bag. I never made it. And the yarn has been sitting on my top shelf for ten years.
There's a lot of green - as one would imagine when creating a rose trellis. I'm not really a green person, so I thought it would be good to knit up some gift infinity scarves.
This is a two-toned seed stitch infinity cowl. It's very simple
- 2 skeins of Tahki Baby super bulky yarn - one green and one olive green
- US SIze 15 circular needles
- Cast on 97 sts. Being careful not to twist, join in the round.
- K1, P1 around in a neverending loop. When you run out of first yarn, simply change to the second yarn wherever you may be in the pattern. Continue with the pattern until you are nearly out of yarn. Bind off LOOSELY.
Voila! There you have a quick and easy infinity cowl.