Kaleidoscope Knitting

Go to Any Length

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A scarf that seems to go on forever, meandering on its way, changing colour as it goes.

This piece can be varied in any way you like. Make it wider, wide enough for a shawl version. Make it shorter. Add more colour. Add less.

As you can see, I went a little wild and made it super-long. I was having so much fun with it, I couldn’t make myself stop. After I used almost 1500 m./1640 yds. of fingering weight yarn, I finally called it done at just under
7 m./7.6 yds.

This is the ideal project for using up those bits of leftover self-striping and hand-painted yarns that you have lying around, too pretty to be thrown away.


Specifications

Size: 24 cm./9.8 in. wide. Length is variable.

Level of Difficulty: Easy Intermediate

Suggested Yarn: Fingering or sport weight yarns in different colourways. Amounts vary depending on length worked.
I used a lot of self-striping sock yarns such as Opal, Zauberball Crazy, and Zitron Unisono.

Needles: 4.0 mm. (US 6)

Gauge: 18 sts and 24 rows = 10 cm./4 in., square in Pattern Stitch

Price for Pattern Alone: 8.00 CAD


Ravelry version of the pattern is available here >>

This pattern is part of the Year of Kaleidoscope Knitting 2020 club.


Purchase Pattern: $8.00 CAD


Purchase Collection: $69.95 CAD

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