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Once a Wolverine Scarf
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The Once a Wolverine Scarf was designed to match the Once a Wolverine Hat I made for my dad. True to form, when asked what colors he wanted, my dad asked for maize and blue. Once a wolverine, always a wolverine. Whatever your allegiance, I hope this scarf will help you show your true colors. (And from my dad, "Go Blue!")

The Once a Wolverine Scarf pattern is worked in the round. The first half of the scarf uses a simple stripe pattern. The second half uses slipped stitches to create a vertical stripe pattern. Each end of the scarf is seamed flat, or you can join the ends to make a cowl (instructions included).

Find the matching hat pattern Here!

Size: 60" long and just over 6" wide without fringe. Fringe adds approximately 12" to the length. Both length and width are easily adjustable.

Once a Wolverine Scarf (Pattern Download)
SKU: 19245D

Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 60" x 6"
Yarn Weight: Fingering
Yarn Line: Hawthorne Fingering
Yardage: 1450
Fiber Type: Wool
Needle Sizes: US 6/4.0mm 16" circular needle or 32" circular needle for Magic Loop Technique or DPNs

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