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Make Ends Meet!

March 14, 2017

Make Ends Meet uses up your leftover fingering weight yarns to create a kerchief style, random stripe, color work cowl. You will knit in from the bottom up using stockinette, and garter stitches. Various lengths of yarn in a variety of colors will create random size stripes. Instructions are included for three cowl sizes. Instructions are also included for a straight bottom. Enjoy!

Make Ends Meet

Make Ends Meet

Make Ends Meet

Make Ends Meet

Make Ends Meet

Make Ends Meet

650 / 700 / 750 yards or more fingering weight yarn in a variety of lengths from 20 yards to 70 yards or more
Sample Cowl knit with : Miss Babs 2-Ply leftovers in Oyster, Aubergine, Naked, Moss, Coos Bay, Tulipa, Kiernan, and French Marigold
3.50 mm / US 4.0 / UK 9.50 circular needles 24 inch
3.00 mm / US 2.5 / UK 11.0 circular needles 24 inch
1 stitch marker

26 stitches in stockinette stitch = 4 inches

Size 1: 24.75 inches
Size 2: 26.00 inches
Size 3: 27.25 inches
Height: 28.00 inches

Stitches / Techniques used

Pattern Information
Number of pages: 3
Language(s): English
Instructions: Written
Sizes: 3
Photos: 2
Schematic: 1

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