This long band of Four Pointed Stars dressed up with an asymmetrical pointed edging makes fun use of small amounts of yarn from your handspun stash. I used 6 colorways of handpainted roving to spin my yarn, plying the colorways in various combinations then knitting each star with a different color combo. Achieve a similar color effect by double stranding handpainted sock weight yarns. Use your own yarns and change colors whenever you like. See my project "Blazing Star" for a different take on this pattern. This is really fun to knit, and even more fun to watch it take shape as you assemble the stars.
4 sts per inch, 8 rows per inch in garter stitch
When I was 5, I saw a wall of wool, colors arranged in spectral order and it was all over. Mom taught me to knit soon thereafter. Both my parents were artists so they taught me all I could hold. When it comes to yarn in any form I simply cannot resist. Since then I've shown my knitted wearable art, written two books on knitting/spinnig and teach spinning on the national level.