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.
I think this could be a fun look for fall or winter. If knitted using appropriate yarns, these would certainly make warm winter scarves.
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.