Scrap Town by Kacey Herlihy

Scrap Town

Knitting
December 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Colorwork Pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
250 - 275 yards (229 - 251 m)
One Size
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Simple colorwork and stockinette come together to create a fun, easy cowl perfect for your leftover DK skeins or DK minis! This pattern was inspired by creating a chart that flows seamlessly from color to color, allowing you to show off all of your favorite colors and dyers in one wearable cowl! Intended to be beginner-friendly and enjoyable, Scrap Town is the perfect way to use up all those ends from your favorite DK projects. Go wild or keep it neutral, express yourself to the fullest with Scrap Town!

This simple colorwork cowl pattern is intended to use up leftovers/scraps or mini skeins of yarn. Choose up to 10 colors of DK weight yarn, with at least 10g in each color, and at least 20g of each ribbing color.

Fingering weight held double also works wonderfully!

The pattern is written for DK weight yarn, but notes are provided to customize the cowl to use any weight yarn (as long as they’re all similar in twist and fiber). Swatching will help! Any changes to gauge, or size will result in different yardage.

YARN
~105g / 250 yards of DK weight yarn total in up to 10 colors:
10g / 25 yards for each chevron color, and 20g for each ribbing color (see page 3 for full list of yarns used for sample)

NEEDLES
US 5 / 3.75 mm 16” / 40cm circular for ribbing,
US 7 / 4.5 mm 16” / 40cm circular for main fabric

NOTIONS
Yarn Needle, 1 BOR stitch marker

GAUGE
22 sts and 28 rnds = 4” in colorwork pattern with larger needles, blocked

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
23” / 58.5cm circumference x 11” / 28cm tall

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