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My House Unity Scarf

© Cheryl

Supplies

3 skeins of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-153 Black (4 skeins if you are using this color for the fringes too)
1 skein of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-138 Cranberry
1 skein of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-158 Buttercup
1 skein of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-175 Green
1 skein of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-151 Grey Heather
1 skein of Wool Ease Worsted-weight yarn #620-117 Colonial Blue
4 US7 (4.5 mm) DPNs or 1 US7 (4.5 mm) circular needle

Instructions

Using black, cast on 70 stitches. Join and knit in the round for 35 rows.

Change to Cranberry and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Buttercup and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Green and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Grey Heather and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Colonial Blue and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 90 to 110 rows for the neck area.

Change to Colonial Blue and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Grey Heather and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Green and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Butterscotch and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Change to Cranberry and knit 3 rows.

Change to Black and knit 35 rows.

Cast off and add fringes.

Final Product

My House Unity Scarf

Credit

Cheryl’s pattern was taken with permission.

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