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So much Kureyon in my stash!! Colormeld was born from a stash of Noro Kureyon. As shown, it is made from slightly less than two balls of each of two colors. Finished weight of Colormeld as pictured is approximately 155 grams, and the scarf measures 7" wide by 60" long. The pattern stitch is garter-stitch based and features a 10-row repeat over an odd number of stitches, using yarn-overs and K2 together decreases to create the texture. There are no purl stitches in the pattern, which is identical on both sides. Colormeld is a great stash-buster, and can be made in just about any yarn. To achieve the effect shown in the photos, use two colors of Kureyon, alternating colors every two rows (pattern includes directions and photos). The gauge and needle size for Colormeld will depend upon the yarns chosen. The gauge of the scarf pictured in this pattern is approximately 3.8 sts = 1" on a #9 needle. Add or subtract stitches from the directions to achieve the desired width. Just make sure to always have an odd number. Colormeld is completely customizable and may be worked in one color only, in one solid and one variegated color, or in two solids. Make it in your favorite colors of Kureyon, or experiment with other yarns to find just the perfect combination! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on and bind off Knit Yarn over Knit 2 together GAUGE As pictured, the gauge of Colormeld is 3.8 stitches = 1" on #9 needles. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS As pictured: 7" wide by 60" long

Recommended with this pattern

  • Needles appropriate for yarn used
  • One or two colors of yarn in any weight
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

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I'm Marlene Sigel, a lifelong knitter, designer, and yarnaholic passionate about texture and color and working with both! I love creating designs that look more complex than they are, as well as teaching and starting new knitters on their knitting adventures!