Cast on 100 stitches.
Knit one row.
Change yarn, leaving 12 inch "tail" at each end.
Knit one row.
Continue, changing yarn with each row, leaving a 12 inch "tail" at each end of the row.
<p>You'll be happy to know this is now my all-time favorite pattern!!! Thanks for sharing!</p>
This is absolutely gorgeous! I love all the different colors and textures!
thanks! It was a fun project and a great way to use some of that left over yarn we all have. Be sure to vote for me!
This is really beautiful! How many inches long is the finished project? What size needles did you use?
Size 10 needles gave me about 62 inches long (without the fringe). It's actually longer than I wanted, and if I do it again, I'll make it shorter. All depends on how tightly you knit, the yarn you use, etc. So, you can use a smaller needle, or cast on less stitches, etc. All will affect the length of the final item. Be sure to vote for me!
Already did! Hope it helps you win!
I have a lot of odd yarns, this looks like a fun and practical project.
Did you vote for me? I'd love to win all that yarn!
I have voted for you now! Good Luck..
It really is an easy and fun project. I especially liked seeing it take shape quickly - after only a few rows.
Awesome job! How long did this take to do? It looks like it had a lot of work put into it! +1 rating.
Not very long at all-just a couple of days (but I work full time). It's a really impressive beginner project, and a wonderful use for all that left over yarn we all have hanging around!

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