Mix & Match Scarf by The Knitting Scientist

Mix & Match Scarf

Knitting
September 2016
Light Fingering ?
12 stitches and 14 rows = 2 inches
in Stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
219 - 328 yards (200 - 300 m)
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This scarf is made of two layers that are knitted independently and then intertwined in each other and buttoned up on the side. Each layer is approximately 26 cm wide and 77 cm long but can be easily customised. By knitting your layers in many different colours and combining them, you’ll have a different scarf for each day of the week, to match each outfit or even to match your mood!

The pattern includes garter and stockinette stitches and short rows and suits a novice knitter with some experience. Detailed written row by row instructions are included as well as a pictures and an overall scheme of the layer. Light blocking is required to prevent the edges from curling in.

Materials needed:

For solid colour: 50g Angora Classic from Ice Yarns available at
http://theknittingscientist.yarnshopping.com/angora-classic

or 50g Angora from Ice Yarns available at
http://theknittingscientist.yarnshopping.com/angora

For variegated colour: 50g Angora Active from Ice Yarns available
at http://theknittingscientist.yarnshopping.com/angora-active

4.5 mm knitting needles
tapestry needle to weave in ends
5 matching buttons for each layer

Although gauge is not essential in this project, 12 stitches and 14 rows form a 5x5 cm square worked in stockinette.