Step 1: What you Need
- YARN! I chose to use 7 different colors (I have a weird obsession with rainbows and colors), but I think this design would look really cute in all one color, or having all but one ring in one color and then the last ring in a contrasting color (like all white and one black).
- Circular Needles Size 10.5 (you can use a different size, but my stitch and row count are based on this size)
- Row Markers
- Yarn Needle
Note: To get the best outcome, or at least more symmetrical, use all the same brand yarn. My red and yellow were different, but they weren't that different, so it was okay.
Step 2: Getting Started
I had a tail of a little more than two arm spans for casting on, but you'll figure out what you need after doing the first ring.
- C/O 110 sts. on circular needles (150 seems to be good for a roomier scarf)
- Knit 10 rows in a circle
- Cast off.
- Done; wasn't that easy? I chose to knit all rows so that the ring would fold in on itself like you can see in the pictures. I liked the effect for the overall scarf design.
Now just do this 6 more times :)