Flight of Colour
Knit Play Colour contains ten patterns. The patterns are being previewed on Ravelry through September, with the final pattern being revealed when the book is released on 29th.
This shallow triangle scarf is easy to personalise.
Choose a favourite colour for your contrast.
Choose a dark neutral and a pale neutral to set it off.
It is easily adjustable in size, whilst retaining its linear proportions. Ideal for 4ply/fingering, DK, worsted and aran, you can play with making this in any yarn weight you like.
You can keep it to just three colours, or use it as an opportunity to experiment. The simple structure allows you to play with stripes and yarn colours.
Flight of Colour is a great scrap-buster, ideal for handspun yarn or mini-skeins. It is a fun intermediate knit. The strong shape and simple stripes hold the project together, giving it an interesting structure within which you can play with colour.
Take flight in colours you love.
At the end of every pattern in Knit Play Colour, you will find ideas on how to “play” with the design. Flight of Colour is easily adapted for any yarn weight.
All the help you need in is in the pattern.
35cm/14” x 210cm/84”
Size is customisable. Length is six times the width at its widest point.
Total 660m/720yds of DK/light worsted yarn:
220m/240yds Dark Neutral (A)
220m/240yds Pale Neutral (B)
220m/240yds Contrast (C)
4.5mm/US 7 needles. Circular needles with 80cm/32” cable will be useful for longer rows.
4 x ring stitch markers and a locking marker
Stitch holder or scrap yarn to hold stitches
Sweet Georgia Yarns Superwash DK (100% superwash merino wool, 234m/256yds per 115g/4oz skein) 1 x Bison (A), 1 x Tumbled Stone (B), 1 x Cayenne (C)
20sts per 10cm/4” over Garter Stitch using 4.5mm/US 7 needles or size needed to get gauge.
Love mini-skeins? This is perfect for Miss Babs Polydactyl set of Yummy 2ply toes, shown in Soul Food set.
This used 600m/656yds total. 24sts per 10cm/4” over Garter Stitch using 3.75mm/US 5 needles. 30cm/12” deep x 180cm/72” long, a typical scarf size.
More ideas on how to “Play” with the pattern are shown in the Flight of Colour blog post (link coming ASAP).
All details needed to make these options are included in the book. All patterns are tech edited and tested in a range of yarns.