Inspired by colorful beaded necklaces, Krewe is created with slipped and twisted stitches, then finished off by dropping full columns of stitches. It’s less airy than normal dropped stitch patterns, because of the density of the slipped stitches, but it’s still light enough for a spring or summer night accessory.
Since it starts as a rectangle, before it’s joined it into a cowl loop, you can easily make your Krewe as a scarf or a big wrap if you prefer. And while it’s great for using up lots of colors, you can go for a different look by sticking with the same two colors/yarns throughout, or by using more neutral shades - whatever you like!
Krewe was designed for [Infinite Twist kits] - [check out their website] to learn about this awesome yarn company! (And the Blur free fingerless mitts pattern was designed to use up your leftovers after you finish Krewe.)
- DK weight yarn in 1 solid main color and 1 or more contrasting (variegated or self-strip