Uknity by Jennifer Weissman


December 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
950 - 1248 yards (869 - 1141 m)
S (L)
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Are beautifully dyed mini-skeins calling to you from your stash or local yarn shop? Choose four favorites or a matched pair of gradient yarns and watch the colors flow toward one another in this addictive scarf.

Uknity is knitted in two pieces, beginning with solid triangles at each end, then changing to stripes along the two sides. Curving ribbons of lace alternate with the striped sections and give the stripes a gentle ripple. The center of the scarf is especially eye-catching, with mirrored points of lace meeting seamlessly tip to tip.

Uniting interesting construction, lovely lace and color play, this engaging knit is sure to fly off your needles!

Instructions are fully written, with two optional charts.


S (L)
Size S shown in reds.
Size L shown in blue-greens.

Finished Measurements

Length: 74”/188 cm (80”/203 cm)
Width: 11”/28 cm (13”/33 cm)


  • Approximately 670 yds/613 m (900 yds/823 m) fingering-weight yarn in Main Color (MC), such as KnitCircus Yarns Greatest of Ease
  • Approximately 70 yds/64 m (87 yds/80 m), each of Coordinating Colors 1-4 (CC1-CC4) OR two 150 yd/137 m (200 yd/183 m) matching fingering-weight gradient yarns.

The stunning sock sets available here at KnitCircus Yarns are perfect for the gradient version of Uknity (shown in blues and greens) — I highly recommend them!

Yarn packs including the matching gradients and the solid main color are available here.


  • US 5/3.75 mm circular needle, preferably 32”/80 cm in length
  • 6 Stitch markers
  • Optional: 6 (8) larger stitch markers for lace repeats
  • 1 Removable marker
  • 3 Stitch holders or pieces of scrap yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Pins for blocking

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