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Wonderful. My daughter used to attend pajama parties at her local yarn shop where they would bring no longer want this yarn and swap it out for someone else's yarn. A beautiful way to rid yourself of WIPs and unused yarns.
Go to your local yarn shop and see what they have available. If not cotton, try bamboo. Your yarn shop will be the best bet to guide you with the proper selection of cotton type yarns.
Volunteer at your local hospital in the children's ward and read to them. Volunteer to be a grandmother in the neo-natal ward and rock infants who are premature or just need rocking. Teach seniors how to knit who are in the hospital. Make knitted knockers for mastectomy patients. Lots of things you can do. Help out in the elementary school. Take up jogging.
Go to a shoe store such as DSW and pick up the "footies" used for trying on shoes. Ask where they purchase the boxes and they may contribute to your cause. Also, are you using the "magic circle/invisible circle/pinhole cast-on method"? This tighten to beginning circle for doing any type of crochet out work. It's the same as knitting in the round, center out work.
If you are near a Nordstrom store, go there are be fitted. I used to wear Chantelle until that line stopped manufacturing the bra that fit me perfectly. After much trying on of bras and having the representative come in from Las Vegas, a gal put me in a lovely Wacoal for $20.00 less than the Chantelle. The Wacoal fits perfectly. Bras are no different than shoes. They gotta fit you properly. And yes, I do wear Old Navy tank tops but then my doctor says I'm perky. I exercise those muscles to keep the "girls" from sagging.
When I have more than 100 stitches to think about or rows to count I use 2 different coloreds counters
Just make sure you buy extra yarn to be on the safe side
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There's also the keyhole scarf. Plenty of free patterns on Ravelry.
Check yarnsub.com to see what is equivalent or contact WEBs to see what they would recommend as a replacement. Have you checked Etsy or eBay?
Since this yarn does have wool try the spit splice, or if you can separate the strands try the braided join. I have used all but the spit splice as I don't knit too often with wool and those wools I do use I use the braided join.
KA bamboo needles also have a 9" asymmetric circular. Makes knitting in the round easier as 1 tip is shorter than the other for easier circular knitting.
If you have ICs just change out tips even in middle of a project. Also, with IC, if knitting in the round, right tip can be larger than left; you're only going in one direction.
So what scarf are you trying to knit and what are your questions? We are here to help but you as a knitter/crocheter must be specific in your questions. Sometimes it takes a few back and forth comments to understand what is being asked because not all of us know how to phrase our questions so the rest can understand. And many of us do refuse to open downloads because of malware and such.