Scarf Style/Wrap Style Knit-Along

The inspirations for this knit-along are the Scarf Style and Wrap Style books (from Interweave Press); should you wish to share your creations from the book, this is a wonderful place to do it. Also welcome are helpful tips, corrections, ideas for variations, and suggestions for materials. This knit-along will last indefinitely, so join any time!

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Color on Color Scarf

It is exciting to see this scarf coming together. But it's been a wrist killer, so progress has been slow. Here it is so far......

(In the closeup of the Fair Isle section you can see the turning row. )



  • At 9:34 PM, Blogger Margaret said…

    This scarf looks like it's seriously complicated to knit. It's one of my favourites, but I am intimidated by the potential difficulties in making it.

  • At 10:07 PM, Blogger splatgirl said…

    I thought that too before I decided to knit mine, but it's really nothing much more complex than knitting and purling. It just looks difficult because of all the color changes and sections. Keeping track of the step I was on in the pattern and finding the right color yarn from the pile was the hardest part.
    Don't be afraid! It's SO worth it!

    To whomever was wondering about a kit for this scarf in the previous post--I got mine way back when from
    but I had to call. Perhaps they still offer it.

  • At 12:36 PM, Blogger Susan Holland said…

    Margaret---don't be afraid. As splatgirl said, the pattern is simple. Just keep track of where you are and LABEL THAT YARN WELL!!!

    It's a lot of fun. (Though the fair isle section has caused a flair up of my wrist problems.)

  • At 3:51 PM, Blogger Knitaddicted104 said…

    Thanks for posting the info on the scarf kit - I called and they STILL HAD some kits available and I got mine this week!

  • At 10:21 PM, Blogger knittlelittle said…

    Absolutely you should try it if you love the scarf. I'm about 4/5 of the way done and still loving it. You MUST make a copy of the pattern and highlight or check off each line as you finish. I put my yarn in ziploc sandwich bags with the color #s written in Sharpie on the bag, which helped keep my sanity.


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