One of my fondest memories of the Summer after I graduated High School is the many nights spent out late - bowling, then coffee at our favorite coffee shop. It felt like freedom and adulthood, because that’s how you feel when you graduate High School.
This pattern is about freedom, and about taking chances and trying new things. This is my first pattern designed in fingering weight, and also my first pattern using very bright colors - I wanted to take a chance, make a fun pattern, and see what I could do!
This scarf has multiple style options as well- It is knit as a tube and grafted into an infinity scarf at the end, so it can be long and looped around twice (or more), or could be just long enough to go around the neck once. It could also have fringe added to close up the ends and be worn as a traditional scarf.
Gauge: 25 stitches and 32 rows = 4" (10 cm) in Stockinette worked in the round Yarn Requirements: Although this pattern calls for a full skein of the main color and a pack of mini skeins for contrast, it works wonderfully for leftover sock yarn. Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm) circular needle: 16" (30 cm) cable
Long Size: MC (black in sample) 330 yds/ 302m, and 100 yds/92m each of 6 contrast colors, or 600 yds/550 m of one contrast color (or 50 yds/45m of 12 contrast colors, etc. Each contrast stripe requires 50 yds/45m of yarn). Short Size: MC (black in sample) 215 yds/ 197m, 50 yds/45m of each of 6 contrast colors, or 300 yds/275m of one contrast color, etc. Each contrast stripe requires 50 yds/45m of yarn)
This pattern has been tested and edited for clarity and accuracy.
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