Combine the different colours of a painter`s palette in a self-striping yarn and the possibilities are endless.
In the "Painter`s Palette" scarf, the coloured stripes work across the body of the scarf in straight rows, yet ruffle out into a gathered edging all the way around.
The use of short rows in the ruffled border creates a flirty, playful piece that can be converted into a shrug or worn casually as a shawl.
The sample pictured is knit with 4-fach Opal "Vincent van Gogh", 75% superwash wool, 25% polyamide, (425 m./465 yds. per 100 g. ball), colour no. 5430, "Bedroom in Arles".
Size: 133 cm./53.5 in. long and 53 cm./21 in. wide
Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
Suggested Yarn: 850 m./930 yds. of fingering or sport weight yarn
Needles: 4.0 mm. (US 6)
Gauge: 16 sts and 22 rows = 10 cm./4 in. square in Pattern Stitch.
This is Pattern No. 1 in the Five-More-Easy Pieces Club
Price for pattern: $10.00 CAD
Price for the e-book: $24.95