The seasons are changing and the air is getting a little more crisp. My philosophy to a happier life is an abundance of scarves and I typically like to have them wrapped around my neck, but this time I’m bringing you a different sort of cowl! It’s not just the cowl shape thats a bit different for me, but so is the yarn – JOANN now sells the Heat Wave Yarn from Red Heart, which is sort of a crazy concept. If you don’t know anything about this unique yarn, here is what they have to say about it:
“Heat Wave is a revolutionary yarn that is activated by sunlight, even on a cloudy day, to keep you up to 12°F warmer. Upgrade your outdoor gear and stay warm at sporting events, everyday outside activities or even walking your dog. Made in the USA, Heat Wave features a classic and versatile range of solids.”
So if you’re looking for a yarn for these colder seasons coming up, JOANN has you covered! They carry such a vast variety of color and as one of their bloggers, I am here to give you a fun and simple idea of what to do with this yarn!
All editorial content and projects are intellectual property of Vincent Green-Hite, designer of Knot Bad. This post was sponsored by JOANN Stores but all ideas and opinions are my own.
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So here’s what you’ll need:
Skill Level: Beginner
13 stitches x 11 rows – 4×4″ in Hdc
Ch – chain
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip stitch
FO -Finish Off
Don’t forget to Pin for later!
Create a slip knot
Row 1: In second chain from hook, hdc. Hdc across (36)
Row 2 – 68: Ch 1, turn. Hdc across.
Now that you’re done, its time to shape and seam it together! Laying down flat, you will have your long piece:
Taking it, fold it in half:
With both ends, take your darning needle and seam it up!
Once you’ve done this on both ends, we will not be attaching it to make it an infinity piece! With both sides connected, seam together.
And there you have it! Super easy and this scarf is sure to keep all the warmth in!
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