Harmonizer by Dejana Knezevic

Harmonizer

Knitting
August 2019
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
24 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1580 - 1650 yards (1445 - 1509 m)
One size
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HARMONIZER is a very attractive (and not so difficult) chevron knitting pattern for a unisex transformer – scarf, cape, wrap, poncho… Multiplying “color block” with shifted stitches is an amazing way to make use of yarn leftovers and to blend many different colors and yarns. Pattern is written (stitch by stitch / row by row) in English (no chart). You have a lot of photos and video links for important stitches.

You need:

1. Yarns - this sample is made with:

a) MC (main color) yarn: Dipinto Lang Yarns, fingering
    weight woolen yarn (colorful, self- stripped, 
    360m~394yds/100gr, in color (palette) 52; 
    in total ~2 balls (720m/788yds); 
    this beautiful yarn connects everyone else;
    
b) CC (contrast color) yarn: 12 different woolen yarns
    from my stash, colorful and solid, in different weigh
    (from aran, DK, sport, fingering to lace moher);
    you need minimum 2m / 80” from each for 2 rows,
    in total ~ 720m/788yds plus yarn for tassels
    (fringes, pompoms...);

Notice this: You can also use only one type of colorful or solid CC yarn, in the same amount (yardage). It will be faster, without ends…The final design depends only on your imagination!

2. Needles:
* US 7 / 4.5mm in 32” / 80cm circular;
* tapestry needle for weaving in ends;
3. Stitch markers: 4 pcs in color 1 (m1) and 6 pcs in color 2 (m2);
4. Sew-on metal or plastic snap fasteners for buttoning 4-6 pcs (Prym’s plastic, 13mm);

Dimensions: 154cm x 48cm / 61.6” x 19.2” measured after blocking.