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The Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf pattern is one that I've been excited about for awhile. I worked it up earlier this last fall but didn't get it photographed until recently and I think it's perfect for the chilly January and February's that we have here in the Rockies. We always have a week or two of temps that don't get above freezing and the versatility of the Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf makes it easy to wrap up and keep warm.
Most cowls and scarves aren't tall enough to reach up over your head and keep both your ears and head warm while they are still around your neck. The Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf has enough length to stay rippled and comfy around your neck and also reach up over your head. If you take it down it is a lovely bulky cowl. The stitch pattern repeat is only a few rows making it easy to memorize so you can work it up mindlessly. I hope you enjoy making the Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf for yourself! I would love to see your creations of the Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf so please share them with me on Facebook, Ravelry, Instagram or Twitter.
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Sleigh Ride Hooded Infinity Scarf