OK - the design here is nothing fancy. I've just tapered the ends. But these three yarns together create such DEPTH of color! GRRRRR!
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Skill Level: Very Easy
Size: 4” x 56”
Patons Bohemian, Color “Artistic Taupes”, 1 skein (68 yds)
Lion Brand Fun Fur, Color “Copper”, 1 skein (64 yds)
Bernat Disco, Color “Mr. Brown”, 1 skein (52 yds)
Straight or Circular needles, size 15
7sts = 4”
Abbreviations: kfb = knit into the front & back of the stitch; SSK = slip 2 sts as if to knit, reinsert left needle into the front of those 2 sts & knit them together through the back loop.
Holding all three yarns together as one, cast on one (1) st.
Row 1: knit
Row 2: kfb, k1
Row 3: k3
Row 4: kfb, k3
Row 5: k4
Continue in this manner (kfb in the first st of every other row) until there are 7 sts on the needle (you may make it wider, but it may then require more than 1 skein of each yarn).
Continue in garter st (knit every row) until scarf is 52” long (you may make it longer, but it may then require more than 1 skein of each yarn)
Next row: SSK, k5
Next row: k6
Next row: SSK, k4
Next row: k5
Continue in this manner (SSK the first 2 sts of every other row) until one st remains on needle
Cut yarn, thread through remaining loop, pull tight
Weave in ends
Knifty Tip: Many times, when working with eyelash yarn, the “lashes” get caught in the stitches. When you are done with the piece, use the tip of a needle to lightly brush back & forth over the surfaces of both sides of the scarf, freeing the eyelashes and “poofing up” the look of your piece!