Zopf Neckwarmer

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Language:
English
Brand:
Independent Designer
Designer:
Karin Wilmoth
Craft:
Knitting
Yarn Weight:
DK | Light Worsted
Format:
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level:
Intermediate

Description

Zopf is a type of Swiss bread that is baked in the


form of a plait and traditionally eaten on Sunday
mornings. The name "Zopf" is derived from the
shape of the bread, and literally means "braid."
This small scarf uses the Entrelac technique to
make the look of warm braids with yarn.
You can make this pretty little neckwarmer with
just one skein of cashmere blend yarn (or other DK
wt yarn). Entrelac is French for "inter-laced." The
use of short rows creates a woven look which is an
appealing use of this self-color blocking yarn.
Solids also look nice with technique. I-cord button
loops attach to decorative buttons on this short
neckwarmer- no buttonholes needed.

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