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Supplies
2-3 skeins of black Lion Brand Wool-Ease
Less than one skein each of Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Cranberry, Buttercup, Forest Green Heather and Blue Heather 
US/8 (5.00 mm) needles
Yarn needle

Instructions
Cast on 48 stitches.

Work in (k1, p1) ribbing throughout.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in cranberry.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in buttercup.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in forest green heather.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in blue heather.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in cranberry.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in buttercup.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in forest green heather.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in blue heather.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in blue heather.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in forest green heather.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in buttercup.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 3 rows in cranberry.

Work 28 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in blue heather.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in forest green heather.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in buttercup.

Work 3 rows in black.

Work 6 rows in cranberry.

Work 28 rows in black.

Finishing
BO in k1p1.

Weave in all ends.

Place fringe evenly across each end.

Final Product

House Unity Scarf (v2)


House Unity Scarf (v2)


Credit
Danielle's tutorial was taken with permission from Books and Knits.

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