Ingo is a neckwarmer long enough to pull up around your ears during cold Minnesota winters. Or fold it over, turtleneck style. Front and back “bibs” keep INGO in place under your coat, and keeps the drafts out. The suggested yarn, Woolfolk’s Får is ideal for wearing next to your skin—it’s the softest merino wool you’ll ever touch.
18” diameter (at neck) x 14” long (from top edge to bottom edge of back bib), after blocking
Får by Woolfolk, 2 skeins, shown in No. 31
Yardage requirements: 265 yds
US 7 (4.5 mm) and US 8 (5 mm) 16” circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
20 sts and 24 rows = 4”, in twisted rib (unstretched), after blocking
Ingo is worked top down in the round, then divided for the front and back bibs, which are worked flat. The top section worked in the round is knit in 1 x 1 twisted rib.
This pattern is sold as a digital download.