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Melded Scarf

By: April Klich from withwool.com
Melded Scarf
Melded Scarf
This image courtesy of withwool.com

"The Melded Scarf is what happens when two colors meet in the middle and come together to make a cosy and bold striped scarf. Worked in 1x1 rib with slipped stitch edges the scarf is reversible, and looks great on anyone. The pattern uses 2 colors of solid yarn, but you could also mix and match to create a bright rainbow scarf. Or you could showcase those special variegated and gradient yarns in your stash."

Easy

Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 191 - 210 yards of Color A
  • 191 - 210 yards of Color B
  • Tapestry needle
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What a great project. It's easy and pretty. Like a previous commenter, I like that its reverse able. I also sometimes have a problem telling one side from the other. No problem with this. It would be very nice done in red and green for the holidays. What a gift that would make.

This is a very nice, straightforward scarf pattern that I can work on, put down, and pick up again, and not have to worry about where I was in the pattern. I really like that it is reversible and I wouldn't have to worry about making sure the right side is out when I wear it. Yay for it being a long scarf too!

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