I am very excited to start another knit along. We have another designer that has let us use one of her patterns. I will share a bit about her at the conclusion of our knit along. This knit along will be 2 or three weeks.
This is a good stash busting project. You need around 200 yards of a main color, and scraps of other colors. Try to keep the yarns around the same weight. Enjoy!
**A note... The designer used the colors stated below. I will show a photo of her finished project at the conclusion of this knit along.
There are two 'mystic' bits about this project. One is how the appearance and intensity and color shadings of the main color change depending on which yarn it is paired with. The background color I chose is a light turquoise. If it is paired with a light blue, it appears a deeper teal, if it is paired with a green, it looks very blue. Each color changes the quality of the main color, producing a visual illusion of even more shades of color than I used. The second mystic bit is how this seemingly narrow project can expand to double its width due to the ribbing.
Size 8 needles (or needles of a size to work with your weight of yarns)
with main color, cast on 40 stitches.
row 1: k2, p2 across
row 2: k2, p2 across
row 3: begin new color, k2, p2 across
row 4: k2, p2 across
row 5: using main color, k2, p2 across
row 6: k2, p2 across
row 7: continuing with second (transient) color; k2, p2 across
row 8: k2, p2 across
Work in this pattern, changing between the main color(s) and transient colors, carry the non-working yarn up the side until its turn comes again. When the transient color you chose runs out, add in your next choice of color from the yarn scrap pile, maintaining pattern.
Work up to 30" this week.
Thanks for joining me again :)