In typography, kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font, usually to achieve a visually pleasing result. My favorite way to use a variegated yarn is a garter stripe with a solid or semi-solid colorway. The way the solid breaks up the pooling of the variegated yarn is pleasing to my eye, so the term “kerning” feels very apropos here. Cowls are my go-to cool weather garment, but I decided to change it up a bit with this design by making an infinity scarf that can be worn
as a long cowl to make it feel more like a scarf around your neck, or doubled to wear closer to the skin, like a cowl, in colder weather.
C1: Gluttony Sock Mini Skein (superwash merino/nylon, 150 yards), colorway Malicious Pursuits
C2: Genesis (Superwash Merino, 195 yards), colorway Sidekick
C3: Gluttony Sock Mini Skein (superwash merino/nylon, 150 yards), colorway Sir Cyrus
Needles: US 5/3.75mm 32” circular needle
Gauge: 20 sts and 38 rows = 4” in garter stitch
Size: 45” circumference and 8.5” width
Notions: stitch marker, tapestry needle for weaving in ends
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