26 sts = 4 in. (10 cm) in St st (k on RS, p on WS).
Scarf edges are designed to roll to wrong side of scarf.
STRIPE SEQUENCE *Work 50 rows with A, 40 rows with B, 20 rows with C, 50 rows with D, 50 rows with E, 30 rows with F 20 rows with G, 50 rows with H, 40 rows with I, 10 rows with C, 20 rows with H, 30 rows with G; rep from * for Stripe Sequence.
Cast on 85 sts.
Work in St st (k on RS, p on WS) until piece measures about 140 in. (355.5 cm) from beginning.
Weave in ends.
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Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Sylvie Tourigny on 2011-08-21
I went about this a somewhat different way: lengthwise. I already had a fair few lengths of sock yarn and started knitting about 100", changing colourways as the mood struck. & started and stopped colours as I wanted. I like fairly wide scarves, so I kept going until it was 20 inches wide, folded it in halves, sewed the RS against each other, and blocked it with my clothes steamer. Someone in a hurry, could have started wearing it at 4" x 100", and periodically added stripes. Just a thought.
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