Are you in love with self-striping yarns? I really can’t get enough of them. I want to try them all! Have you seen Mini Mochi from Crystal Palace? The colorways are fantastic and the yarn is sublime.
Jessie Rayot of Jessie At Home has used Mini Mochi for this project. Mini Mochi is a lovely fingering weight. Check out the other Mochi products as well because there are also aran and super bulky weights.
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If you’re timid about trying a fingering weight, I’m sure you could use the heavier weights and simply reduce the number of stitches and rows to adjust the pattern to accommodate a different yarn weight.
You’ll love the easy stitches in this infinity scarf which is shown doubled around the neck and worn as a cowl. These circular scarves make terrific gifts.
Even in the windiest weather, you don’t have to worry about your scarf flapping around. You’ll never worry about losing it to a cold gust from a storm. Warmth and security in a soft, pretty package. You can’t get any better than that!
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