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Kid Merino Banded Colors Scarf - very easy

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using Kid Merino HERE

Designed and Knit by Susan Druding,  Crystal Palace Yarns

Use fewer colors if you wish - or make it longer or wider.

Materials:
5- 25 gr balls Crystal Palace Kid Merino (25 grams/240 yards) - each a different color (one print and 4 solids were used in the sample)
(sample shown was knit in color #4677 charcoal, using only one ball, 2 balls will double the length)
Crystal Palace Bamboo or DAISY  Size 9 needles or size needed to obtain desired fabric

Finished size: 8" X 56" but can easily be adapted to a larger scarf.

Model shown in Kid Merino:
Color A: 0439 - night lights (printed)
Color B: 4682 - violets
Color C: 4687 - lemon sherbet
Color D: 4674 - lacquer red
Color E: 4676 - pacific blue

Instructions:
Scarf is knit all in garter stitch - (K all rows)

Cast on 38 stitches loosely with color A.
Work 8 rows
Change to Color B.
Work 8-10 rows
[Note: When changing colors, hold the ends together and knit the first 4-5 sts doubled.]
Change to Color A.
Work 8-10 rows.
Continue to work Colors rotating through B, C, D, E
with bands of A in between each printed color band.

Continue until running out of Color A.

Bind off loosely.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 


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Pattern Copyright 2007 Crystal Palace Yarns/Straw Into Gold, Inc. - We are happy to share this  pattern with knitters. The pattern may be used for non-commercial personal or knitting guild use. It is not to be used in any publication in print nor should it be reproduced in electronic/digital format without permission. Knitting shops carrying CPY Yarns Kid Merino are welcome to print and share this pattern with customers of our yarns.

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Last revision of this page February 07, 2012