- Knitting pattern for simple, colorful scarf that uses long color runs to their best advantage
- Suitable for advanced beginners
Noro Kureyon knit in a long, thin strip gives a nice color gradient. This scarf combines that long strip with solid borders of slipped garter ribbing for a handsome scarf.
The length of the scarf is determined by the length of the strip of Noro and can be as long or short as desired. Yardage for the Cascade is based on knitting two full skeins of Kureyon at the given gauge. The width of the solid borders can be altered as well.
Skills required: long-tail cast-on, picking up stitches in a slipped stitch edge (easy!), slipping stitches
Finished measurements: approximately 17 by 152.5 cm (easily modified)
Gauge: 18 stitches and 36 rows to 10 cm of lightly blocked garter stitch
Note: Though conversions to the metric system have been made on this page for your convenience, the pattern itself uses American measurements.