For sample I used colors that reminds me summer: sun, white sand, sails, warm wind, deep water and blue skies.
For this pattern you can use any yarn color you want - one solid colour, few colors to obtain stripes or wild variegated that you keep in your stash like forever.
Gauge after blocking: 22 sts and 46 rows in 4 inch/10 cm square. Gauge is not crucial for this project.
There are seven set up rows. After you complete them, you can turm on an autopilot.
R2: kbf, K1
R3: kbf, K2tg
R4: K2, kbf
R5: kbf, K1, K2tg
R6: K2, P1, kbf
R7: kbf, K1, P2, K2tg
Here you turn on an autopilot ;-)
R8: *K1, P1* until you have 1 stitch on left needle, kbf
R9: kbf, K1, *K1, P1* until you have 2 stitches left to work, K2tg
R10: K2, *P1, K1* until you have 3 stitches left, P1, kbf
R11: kbf, K1, *P1, K1* until you have 3 stitches, P1, K2tg.
Repeat rows 8 to 11 to reach desired size or until you notice you're running out of yarn. Bind off loosely (you may want to use bigger needle for that or use k2tg BO method). Block your scarf/wrap lightly.
Color changes in sample (I used up leftovers and odd little balls of yarn found in closet :-) )
Yellow: 75 rows
White - 7 rows,
Light blue - 46 rows,
White - 40 rows,
Navy - 20 rows,
slim stripes of yellow (6 rows) and light blue (2 rows) just to break the pattern,
Navy - 60 rows,
White - 10 rows,
Light blue - 50 rows,
White- 24 rows,
Yellow 44 rows.
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Don't copy, share or sell it.
Don't sell items made according this pattern (with exceptin for charity).