Colorblocking meets ombré in the Mélange scarf. Imagined as a knitter’s version of paint-by-numbers, five strands of laceweight Vale are held together in differing combinations of light and dark colors to create subtle shifts of tone and value. The medley of light and dark make for well-blended yet striking sections up the scarf, while the multiple strands worked together amplify Vale’s softness and cushiony bounce.
- Brooklyn Tweed Vale — 100% American Rambouillet Wool (450 yards/50 grams)
- 3 skeins of Darker Color; 3 skeins of Lighter Color
- Photographed in colors Klimt and Hammock
- 1260 yards Darker Color and 1107 yards Lighter Color of laceweight wool yarn
- 14 stitches and 28 rows (14 ridges) = 4″ in garter stitch after blocking
Note: Project is worked with 5 strands of lace weight yarn held together.
- One set of straight or circular needles in size needed to obtain gauge listed
- Suggested Size: 8mm (US 11)
- 73″ [185.5 cm] long; 7″ [18 cm] wide