4 colors knitted scarf for a child

4 colors knitted scarf for a child

The first time I saw this amazing post I wanted to try this pattern. As you can see it looks great and is not very difficult to do. I did not have her yarn, but I tried to do a scarf for my son with the yarn I bought last year. I was inspired by her pattern but for my son’s scarf I had to change it a little bit. 

Abbreviations:

K – knit
P – purl
YO – yarn over
K2TOG – knit 2 together

Materials:

-          4 colors of Cap crochet yarn Beanie Style 50g (200g) – blue, grey ,black and red
-          Knitting needles size 6
-          Scissors

Directions:

With blue cast 33 stitches.
1.       K,P,K,P,….K  and repeat  19  times. Each edge will be 20 rows.
2.       Knit 6 rows.
3.       K3,YO,K2TOG,K3….K3
4.       Repeat step 2
5.       K3,YO,K2TOG,K2TOG,YO,K3….
6.       Repeat steps 2 and 3
7.       Change color when blue yarn is finish and repeat steps 2 and 3.
8.       Change color when grey yarn is finish and repeat steps 2 and 3.
9.       Change color when black yarn is finish and repeat steps 2 and 3.
To get the exact edge and pattern when you knit with red yarn measure it with the blue one to see how many times you need to repeat 2 and 3 steps.
10.   Repeat step 2
11.   Repeat step 5
12.   Repeat  steps 2 and 3
13.   Repeat step 2
14.   K,P,K…
15.   Repeat step 14 till you finish the red yarn.
Cast off and weave ends.


This wrap is on “My to do” list. I need to find some yarn for it and then I will give it a go.
Happy knitting!

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