Pattern of the Week: Shape Shifter Scarf from Gradient Style

If you’ve been looking for the perfect knit to try your hand at gradient knitting, look no further than the Shape Shifter Scarf from Gradient Style.

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This unique scarf highlights the changes in color-shifting yarns with a simple intarsia pattern worked in garter stitch. Its bold, graphic design is created by working from opposite ends of a ball of gradient yarn. And if you are still wary about diving into gradient knitting, you can easily simplify the design by working the scarf with one side in a color-shifting yarn and the other in a complementary solid color for a completely different look.

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If the approachable design isn’t enough to lure you into your own Shape Shifter Scarf, then maybe the amazing yarn used will entice. Shown in The Blue Brick’s Berry Vanilla in Tobermory Worsted, this yarn comes from a must-see indie dyer for lovers of gradients and tonal yarns alike. You can’t find better yarns than these— known for their luxurious, inspired palettes—to feature in your own Shape Shifter Scarf!


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Pattern Details

DIFFICULTY Easy

FINISHED SIZE About 10″ (25.5 cm) wide and 60″ (152.5 cm) long.

YARN Worsted weight (#4 Medium).
Shown here: The Blue Brick Tobermory Worsted (100% merino wool; 200 yd [183 m]/4. oz [135 g]): Berry Vanilla, 3 skeins.

NEEDLES Size U.S. 7 (4.5 mm) (affiliate
link)
. Adjust needle size if necessary to achieve the correct gauge.

NOTIONS Marker (m); tapestry needle.

GAUGE 17 sts and 36½ rows = 4″ (10 cm) in garter st (knit every row).


Happy gradient knitting!

Hayley


There are more gradients where that came from!

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