“This is the perfect project to use up those many small odds and ends of sock yarn you have collected over the years. Or a perfect excuse for buying multiple mini-skeins of fingering weight yarn!
This project is designed as a cowl, starting with a provisional cast-on and knit in the round so you can graft the beginning stitches to the end stitches to make a perfect tube. You could also make a scarf, binding off each end separately.
The cowl takes 1300 yards in Color A and 1300 yards in Color B. The cowl shown used 650 grams of left over sock and fingering weight wool and wool blend yarn in many, many different colors. ”
Fresh off the loom last night! Really really pleased with how this scarf turned out - the tension is exactly what I wanted and that’s something I am still figuring out.
Pink, Red, Gold and Grey are Rock Lobster Polwarth dyed by Spun Right Round - Handspun and N-plied.
Mint Green is “Linaria” Merino dyed by Greasemoth - Handspun and N-plied.
Also used grey Cascade 220 between the handspun warp colors.
Also Cascade 220 in light grey.