Pictured here, we have a runway look that combines two different knitted scarves. The color-blocked rib knit scarf is the one that its makers named “The Kaleidoscope Colors Scarf.”
I find this picture really inspiring, because it’s an intriguing study in asymmetry. It inspires me to wonder what would happen if I were to knit (or crochet) half a scarf in one pattern and colorway, and the other half in a different pattern and colorway. Oh, just imagine the possibilities! Yet this effect is achieved without the risk of actually knitting a mishmash-style scarf — since it’s actually created using two different scarf designs.
If you would like to knit this colorful scarf as originally designed, you would need 6 different colors of yarn. The suggested yarns for this pattern are Wool-Ease and Sock-Ease by Lion Brand.
Get the Free Knitting Pattern:
- This pattern is posted for free at the Michaels.com website.
- Get more scarf patterns here at Knittingandcrochet.net.
This page was last updated on 12/22/2017.