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Swing Time cowl

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If we are out of stock, select the "dye-to-order" option and the "add to cart" button will appear. If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order". Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Dye to-order products

If we are out of stock, select the "dye-to-order" option and the "add to cart" button will appear. If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order". Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Dye to order products

We will begin shipping our "featured color" in this base on September 10, 2014. All items in one order (both in stock and featured color) will ship together. If you have a dye-to-order product, please allow an extra 14 days production time. If you need part of your order sent sooner, either order separately or conact us for assistance.


Product Description

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Make a bold color statement with Swing Time! This three-color infinity cowl provides just the right amount of warmth for early fall days and can be worn close to the neck or long as a fashion accessory.

 

Each color block takes less than 120 yards of a worsted or heavy DK weight yarn. Each two-round repeat of the stitch pattern uses roughly 15 yards, so you could go crazy with stripes (and use up yarn leftovers) or keep it super simple and use all of one color. Swingtime can be modified to your mood, season or even your favorite sports team.

 

You will likely need roughly 10 yards less for the middle color block because it does not require a cast on or bind off.

 

This cowl is simple enough for a beginning lace knitter and a super quick knit for a more experienced knitter. Just grab your needles and go!

 

 


 

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