Branson’s Infinity Cowl

by Craig on December 12, 2012


Branson's Infinity Scarf in Koigu Bulky yarn.

Branson’s Infinity Scarf uses Koigu Bulky yarn and an easy knit-purl pattern to create a reversible fabric with fantastic texture. It’s knit flat and seamed, so if you prefer, you can skip the seaming and wear it as a scarf!

Koigu Bulky

Koigu’s new Bulky is a super-sized version of their fabulous fingering weight yarn. Made from the same soft, springy merino wool and dyed in 10 gorgeous hand-painted shades, Bulky works up at a chunky 3 stitches to the inch. With it’s large gauge and lux feel, it’s perfect for last-minute gifts like cowls, hats, and scarves.

59 inches in circumference, 5.25 inches wide.

Koigu Bulky – 2 skeins (shown in B40-14); Size 13 needles.

3.5 sts per inch in pattern, but not crucial for this project.

Cast on 21 sts.

Row 1: P3, *K3, p3; repeat from * to end.
Row 2: *K1, p1; repeat from * to last st; k1.
Rep rows 1 and 2 until approximately 2 feet of yarn remain.

BO loosely. Use tail to seam cast on and bind off edges together, being careful not to twist. Weave in ends.


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Lorrie Kim December 13, 2012 at 12:16 am

Koigu Bulky freaks me out in the most delightfully quirky way. It looks exactly like Koigu in fingering weight but on a scale that makes me feel like I’ve suddenly shrunk to the size of a small poodle.

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