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Fiberstory Circle Scarf

What's more fun than a Fiberstory Gradient Set? That's right, TWO Fiberstory Gradients Sets!

Our Gradient Circle Scarf uses two coordinating Gradient Sets to create a fun, cheerful, colorblocked cowl! Easy to knit and super cozy to wear, this is bound to become a favorite accessory!


But beware! It may become your daughter's, mother's or BFF's favorite as well, so be prepared to make two!

 We used 2 coordinating sets to make our Circle Scarf. Using a  provisional cast on, you join in the round to create a tube- no wrong sides to worry about! After that, it's smooth sailing and you knit alternate colors from each kit!


At the end, you'll kitchener stitch the ends together. Don't worry, if provisional cast on and kitchener make you nervous, you can use your favorite cast on and bind off and seam ends together with mattress stitch!

 

Then double up this stripey delight for a cowl is the Goldilocks of cowl lengths; not too tight when doubled but not hanging too loose so as to let in the cold air! 

Each Gradient Set is made up of 7 mini skeins of Fave Sock, a soft, stunning superwash merino. Fiberstory owner, Sarah, has an amazing color sense; her hues are gorgeous and each color is perfectly gradated!

Since Fiberstory colorways are so lovely, you really can't go wrong with color selection. We love steel, smudge and truffle to use as neutral match for your favorite colorway.

If grays & browns aren't your thing, try using a darker colorway with a bright as shown above with the perry and jam colorway.

To make a Fiberstory Gradient Cowl you'll need:

YARN         2 Fiberstory Gradient Setswe used coastal + steel

NEEDLES  US6 24-inch circular needles

NOTIONS  stitch markers, tapestry needles

GAUGE      6 sts = 1 inch in stockinette stitch after blocking

NOTES

Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

We used a provisional cast on and seamed the cowl using the Kitchener stitch for an invisible join. You can also cast on and bind off as you normally would and then seam using mattress stitch.

Color order:

The first gradient set will be marked A-G with the color moving from lightest to darkest

The second gradient set will be marked 1-7 with colors moving from darkest to lightest.

ABBREVIATIONS

K:  knit

P:  purl

PATTERN

With color A, provisionally cast on 100 sts. Place stitch marker for beginning of round and join being careful not to twist.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 1, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color B, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 2, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color C, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 3, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color D, leaving a 6 inch tail

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 4, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color E, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 5, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color F, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 6, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color G, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Knit for 16 rounds. Break yarn and switch to color 7, leaving a 6 inch tail.

Repeat these sections once more. You will have 2 stripes of each color.

Turn your scarf inside out and weave in the ends.

Turn scarf right side out.

Place stitches from your provisional cast on onto a second needle and work Kitchener stitch, seaming the ends together.

Choose your colors below!

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