Knitting pattern for Cozy, a striped plaid or scarf in our lovely Önling No 1, which is sustainable merino wool and angora, produced in Italy. The yarn is carded so it is soft, airy, luscious and absolutely itch free. You get a nice soft blanket that can be used in the cool autumn days, or knit it narrower and make yourself a nice scarf. Knit it in stripes or single-colored - only your imagination sets the limits.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
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Sizes: (Plaid) scarf.
Width x Length:100 x 200 cm (50 x 200 cm) / 39½ x 78¾ inches (19½ x 78¾ inches).
Önling No 1, 75% Merino Superfine Super 100’s wool, 25% angora, 180 m per 50 g
Color A: Önling No 1, color Gregio 3 (dark gray): 300 (150) g
Color B: Önling No 1, color Shale (dark eggplant): 50 g
Color A: Önling No 1, color Warm gray (dust pink): 100 (50) g
Color B: Önling No 1, color Soft light pink (pale pink): 100 (50) g
Color A: Önling No 1, color Peach: 100 (50) g
Color F: Önling No 1, color Olive (dust green): 100 (50) g
Color G: Önling No 1, color Celery (light yellow/green): 50 g
Knit stripes of 2 rows each throughout the entire project with 1 thread alternately in color A and colors B, C, D, E, F and G.
Guiding circular needles size 5 mm / US 8.
18 sts and 32 rows (16 knit ridges) in knit ridges on needle size 5 / US 8 = 10 cm x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
Cozy plaid is knitted back and forth in knit ridges, at the beginning with increases both at the beginning and the end of all right-side rows, until the desired width is reached. Then knit ’straight diagonally’, ie increase at
the beginning and decrease at the end of the row until desired length, whereafter decreases are made at both sides until a finish is knitted using an i-cord bind-off. The color change is hidden snugly under the i-cord edge on the one side.