Multi-Yarn Knit Scarf

Introduction: Multi-Yarn Knit Scarf

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.

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    12 Discussions

    You'll be happy to know this is now my all-time favorite pattern!!! Thanks for sharing!

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    kroper
    kroper

    12 years ago on Introduction

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I love all the different colors and textures!

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    ca3318
    ca3318

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    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!

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    jenlynngeist
    jenlynngeist

    12 years ago on Introduction

    This is really beautiful! How many inches long is the finished project? What size needles did you use?

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    ca3318
    ca3318

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    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!

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    stinkymum
    stinkymum

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I have a lot of odd yarns, this looks like a fun and practical project.

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    ca3318
    ca3318

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Did you vote for me? I'd love to win all that yarn!

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    ca3318
    ca3318

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    It really is an easy and fun project. I especially liked seeing it take shape quickly - after only a few rows.

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    GorillazMiko
    GorillazMiko

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome job! How long did this take to do? It looks like it had a lot of work put into it! +1 rating.

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    ca3318
    ca3318

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    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!