Knit on the bias, textural stripes splash color across this fun-to-knit wrap or scarf. The stitch patterns in Splatter Paint work really well with hand-dyed yarns that have lots of contrasting colors in them. Lightweight but still just the right amount of cozy, this soft and colorful wrap is the perfect accessory and an incredibly interesting knit.
This wrap (or scarf) is made on the bias in one piece with at least two colors of fingering weight yarn. An I-cord edge is worked along the edge of the piece. There are three unique stitch pattern that are each repeated three times in the design.
Note that the piece is worked on the bias and width measurements given are taken across the piece perpendicularly, not on the angle.
Scarf: 7” wide x 60” long
Wrap: 14” wide x 60” long
At least 2 colors of Fingering Weight yarn
For the scarf: 400 yards of MC and 160 yards of CC.
For the wrap: 800 yarns of Main Color and 320 yards of contrast color.
21 sts and 40 rows = 4” in garter stitch, unblocked using size needle to obtain gauge.
US 6 (4 mm) needle or size needed for gauge. Adjust needle size as necessary to obtain correct gauge.