Multi-color knitting is all the rage right now, and I don’t know about you, but I may have more scrap yarn at this point than actual stash!
Take out all your fingering weight leftover yarn and play. I have a thing for gradients, but color blocking would be beautiful too. Rainbow, neutrals, speckles; 20 colors or 5… there are no rules. Make a scarf that represents your own personal taste.
16” Wide, 95” long after blocking
Fingering weight scraps totaling 185 grams or a gradient yarn or mini set totaling at least 750 yards
US size 4 circular needle with a 24” cable
17 stitches and 36 rows = 4” in garter stitch, blocked.
Gauge isn’t critical for this project, but will affect yardage and final size.
This project is easily adjustable in width, length and gauge. Make a skinny scarf, or use worsted weight yarn if that’s what you have a lot of. Yardage will vary of course, but have fun experimenting!