The trigonometric loop is a circular scarf with a meandering sine pattern worked in cables. It's my hommage to the endless math lessons calculating sine and cosine of thousands of functions.
The loop comes in 2 different sizes. Both versions can be wrapped around the neck twice. The small loop fits teens or adults with a thin structure, too.
Basic Skills Necessary: knitting in the round cables knits and purls
Finished Measurements: large loop: 114cm / 44,9inch circumference 21cm / 8,2inch height small loop: 84cm/ 33inch circumference 14cm/ 5,5inch height
- instructions in english and german
- charted and written pattern
Materials you need at home:
- large loop 200g / 7oz, 320m / 350yards of bulky yarn
- small loop 100g / 3.5oz, 160m / 175yards of bulky yarn
- circular knitting needles size US10 (6mm)
Hi, I’m Anne Mende, a textile enthusiast from Germany.
At this place I document my journey through the world of needle crafts. My mission is to help others find a way through the jungle of knitting and embroidery, too, and inspire to leave the comfort zone and try new techniques.