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Ombré Infinity Scarf Project

Ombré Infinity Scarf Project

"Three colors, two strands, infinite style."

With ombré shading techniques, you're a knitting artist. The colors mix, meld and unfurl before your eyes. You double strand the yarn, then add a new color at each segment. For the project shown here, we chose three colors of Isager Alpaca Merino 2. See a few favorite combinations from Marianne Isager's rich color palette below, but the possibilities are limitless, so venture, if you like, to the yarn page and mix your own.

You'll need our Bias Before & After Scarf pattern (if you don't already own it, you can order it below). The free adaptation to that pattern shows you how to re-yarn the project and turn the scarf into a nice long loopan "infinity scarf." It is a compulsively knitable project (someone who shall remain nameless is on her sixth!), and the bias nature of the knitting makes it super easy to wear and style any number of ways. Really, what are you waiting for?

Churchmouse Classics Bias Before & After Scarf pattern and free ombré addendum; 3 skeins Isager Alpaca Merino 2 (50% merino lambswool; 50% baby alpaca. 50g, 270 yds/247m) in three colors.

US 9 (5.5mm) needle, or size to obtain gauge; crochet hook and waste yarn for provisional cast-on (optional); darning needle to finish.

Approx. 19 sts = 4"/10cm, after blocking.

Retro. A2-40-3-16.

Winter's Day. A2-2s-11-23.

Waterfall. A2-16-46-43.

Blood Orange. A2-24-21-36.

Granite. A2-23-30-2s.

Printed Bias Before & After Scarf pattern, plus free adaptation for making an ombré loop. (Requires shipping.)

Digital Bias Before & After Scarf pattern, plus free adaptation for making on ombré loop. (Download)

Free digital adaptation explaining changes to the pattern for making an ombré loop. (Download)

















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