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Fuzzy Two Tone Scarf

by Linda

That fuzzy, funky yarn has always appealed to me, but I'm not crazy about cozying up to one hundred percent polyester or some other man made fibre. So when I found a nice cotton blend...

I couldn't help myself! :)

[Fuzzy Two Tone Scarf]

  1. Cast on 13 sts with colour A, then 13 sts with colour B, turn.
  2. Knit 13 sts with colour B, then, take the hanging strand of colour A between the needles to the back of the work, then being sure to pick up colour A from underneath colour B, knit 13 sts with colour A, turn.
    Note: You must be sure you get this part right. If you don't pick up the new colour from underneat the old at every colour change, you'll end up knitting two skinny strips right beside each other at the same time!
  3. Continue knitting every row, changing colours half way across in order to match the colour on the previous row, til you're almost out of at least one colour of yarn (about 1.5 feet left / 45 cm left).
  4. Cast off the first 13 sts in the approriate colour, then the last 13 sts.
  5. Work in the ends (easy to hide them with this type of yarn) and you're done.
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