Sometimes you have a lone skein hanging out in your yarn stash and you’re not sure what to do with it. I found this gorgeous gradient yarn but only one skein of it! How to use it in a larger project so I could have a cozy scarf? So I had an idea - I picked another skein that was one of the colors from the gradient. Using these two lone skeins created one fairly long scarf. I’m loving the result!
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CO: Cast on
The dimensions of the finished scarf are approximately 5′ (5 feet) long and 6″ (6 inches) wide.
CO 24 stitches. You can make it narrower/shorter by using another number divisible by 6.
Slip knitwise the first stitch on every row for a clean edge. Depending on what the row calls for, only do K2 or P2 for the first 2 stitches on each row.
Rows 1-4: (K3, P3) repeat til end
Rows 5, 6, 7: (P3, K3) repeat til end
Rows 8, 9, 10: (K3, P3) repeat til end
Repeat these 6 rows (rows 5-10) til happy with length of scarf.
Last 4 rows: (P3, K3) repeat til end.
You can add a more defined border by adding 2 Knit stitches at the beginning and end of each row and adjust the total number of stitches by using 28 stitches to start.
Since knit scarves tend to stretch a lot after blocking, I recommend knitting a 4 foot scarf since this one stretched to 5 feet after blocking!
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