Chunky Scarves & Hats

Chunky Scarves & Hats

Book - 2004
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Knitters who want portable projects (and what knitter doesn’t?) know that hats and scarves make perfect on-the-go garments. That’s why they’ll grab this marvelous designer collection, with 24 stylish examples made with the most fashionable chunky yarns. Aside from offering a wide array of amazing textures, hues, and fibers that feel and look great, chunkys make knitting faster, because the thicker the wool and the bigger the needle, the quicker the results. Get going on the Garter Striped Scarf, knitted with dynamic red and orange furry yarns. The dual-function hat and long, attached, braided scarf is simply fun. Or try a funky Bell Pattern Scarf, a delicate lacy scarf in mohair, a jaunty Highland Striped Beret and Scarf, and many other designs.

Publisher: New York : Sixth & Spring Books, 2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781931543514
Branch Call Number: 746.43 VO
Characteristics: 87 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Malcolm, Trisha 1960-


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Jan 04, 2016

At 12 years old, some of the projects here look dated, but there are still some classic patterns and ideas to provide inspiration.

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Garter striped scarf
Hat with attached scarf
Striped hat and scarf
Striped beret and scarf
Bell pattern scarf
Fair isle scarf
Cabled hat
Garter neckwarmer
Helmet with earflaps
Lacy scarf
Aran hat and scarf
Diagonal striped scarf
Baby hats with faux fur trim
Woven scarf
Hat with earflaps
Easy hat and scarf
Ruffled edge scarf
Tasseled cabled hat
Long ribbed scarf
Kid's centipede scarf
Ribbed scarf with flower trim
Men's garter scarf
Mosaic hat
Loopy garter hat


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