Soft, cuddly, and stretchy, this black & white marled infinity scarf can be worn in a number of different ways: singly around your neck and twisted over your chest under your coat for extra warmth, doubled around your neck, or, because it is stretchy width-wise, pulled up to cover most of your head. You can just let it hang around your neck (or under your collar) like a scarf. You can even pull it up over your chin in a bitter wind.
I hand knit this cowl using a yarn made from one black and two thin white yarns twisted together into one strand. It has a fuzzy halo but is not a yarn that sheds.
The two sides are knit in the reverse of each other making both sides appear the same. There is no wrong way to wear this cowl but many right ways to wear it and stay warm and in style.
Take a look at my gallery for lots of other scarves and warm accessories.
Item #53 - Infinity scarf or cowl
Fiber - 70% polyamide, 30% acrylic, made in France
Color - Black and White
Size - 4“ wide unstretched to 12“ stretched,
46” circumference unstretched to 58” circumference stretched
Care - Gently hand wash in cool water with mild soap. I use shampoo for my own hand knits. Squish, but do not rub or twist. Rinse and squeeze out excess water. Roll up in a towel, then lay flat and pat into shape to air dry.