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To knit a cowl neck scarf, two skeins of bulky weight yarn are needed, with a total length of approximately 300 yards. Knitting a cowl neck scarf also requires a US size 13 30-inch circular needle, a knitting needle, a p... More »

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Lucky number, cowl and openwork are some of the infinity scarf patterns. Both men and women wear infinity scarves in different ways to either match their attires or provide warmth. Different infinity scarf patterns requi... More »

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Noro knitting patterns include the Noro bear, the Noro Kirara sweater, the Noro Kureyon cabled shrug and the Noro Obi cabled jacket, all of which may be downloaded for free from WEBS/Yarn.com. Other Noro knitting pattern... More »

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Although the traditional length of a skein of yarn is 560 yards, the number of yards varies depending on the type of yarn in question. Because a skein is based on weight, the level of weight and thickness of each strand ... More »

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To finger-knit a scarf, hold yarn between the thumb and index finger and wrap it around all the four fingers. Let the yarn run across the four fingers, and push the yarn loops over this yarn on each finger. Repeat the pr... More »

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To crochet an infinity scarf, use a crochet hook and your favorite yarn to make stitches in a desired shape or pattern. Once the basic scarf is complete, sew the two ends together to make one continuous piece. More »

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Finger knitting a scarf is the process of making a scarf out of yarn by using your fingers to loop the yarn into a pattern. Finger knitting is a way to knit without using traditional knitting needles. More »

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