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Minerva Entrelac Scarf

Minerva is an entrelac cowl or scarf, knit flat. She’s a twist on my Athena Cowl, which is knit in the round.

Why knit a round cowl flat? To learn all the elements you need to know for any entrelac project, and to avoid a huge game of yarn chicken on a long scarf or loop cowl knit lengthwise! Entrelac looks like it’s woven, but it’s just a lot of squares and triangles, knit one at a time. You’ll want to knit just one more square…

Knit to the length you like! Samples shown in worsted and DK weight yarn. I used a US6 (4mm) needle for the DK version, which took just one ball of Huckleberry Knits American Dream DK Gradient.

100g/200 yards of worsted will give you a short cowl. I used 115g of Noro Silk Garden for the longer cowl. 200g/400 yards of Noro will give you a 60” scarf or cowl.

Thanks to tech editor Meaghan Schmaltz, and test knitters Kristine Alcade, Ann Berg, Anne Fields, and Paula Sadler.

You are purchasing a pdf pattern, so you can knit your own Minerva!

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