ONO by Jana Huck
Ono is a looped loop! It’s knit in the round, with the ends grafted together with kitchener stitch in order to make an incredibly cosy infinity scarf.
The stunning 3D stitch pattern is achieved by working cording stitches for pleats on every 12th round, which is, along with a second round, worked on smaller needles with a lace weight thread (ITO Washi) to separate the bonbon-shaped elements of the loop. In between these two rounds, sections of stockinette stitch worked with ITO Rakuda allow the knitter to relax.
Lenght before sewing: 123 cm (48.5'')
Circumference: 42 cm (16.5'')
4 x ITO Rakuda (70% wool, 30% camel; 40 g ~ 212 m / 231 yds); here #642 Silver
1 x ITO Washi (54 % paper, 46 % viscose; 25 g ~ 250 m / 272 yds); here #263 Charcoal (KF1) and #608 Lime (KF2)
ITO No. 3 号 (3,0 mm) circular needle; 60 cm or longer
ITO No. 1 号 (2,4 mm) circular needle; 60 cm or longer
29 sts und 36 r = 10 x 10 cm / 4 in, stockinette stitch (in ITO Rakuda)