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Robson is a reversible, textured scarf created with Sequence Knitting and the shaped 1-row method—every row is worked the same except for an increase or decrease at the end of every other row. It can be made in any yarn and at any gauge but the pattern is written for fingering weight yarns.

The stitch pattern is unusually good for combining two yarns with fine stripes that change every two rows. You just need approximately 400 yards of each yarn. The first image is worked in two close shades of hand-painted merino similar to Koigu, the second is in hand-painted merino and silk mohair and the third is in many small pieces of yarn in many colors.

It’s also beautiful pattern in a single solid luxury yarn like Catherine Lowe’s merino 3.

Here is the link to the KAL Discussion. The official start date is March 15th, but if anyone already has one in progress they are welcome to join in: