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Part One:

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Materials:

Size 4 to 7- 24 to 29" circular needle. If you knit loose, use a size 4, tight go up to the size 7. Whatever gauge gives you 5 sts. to 1" in worsted weight stockinette stitch.

Yarn: left over balls of many colors. This is a great project to use up all those balls you keep thinking you need to get out of the house. This project is for you and is great for shopping or traveling.

Part One: Cast on 70 sts (leaving about 18" for sewing later )

Knit all rows until piece measures 6" Break off yarn leaving a 18" tail.

Part Two: Push Part one to opposite end of your circular and ignore it for right now. With color B, cast on 90 sts. Knit them and then work across the 70 previously worked. Place a marker and being very careful not to twist your stitches, join your stitches to form a circle. From now on we'll be working in the round. Working on the 160 stitches knit one row, then purl one row.

Pattern:

Row 1and 2: Knit

Row 3 and 4: K2, P2 across

repeat these rows until piece measure approx. 4" ending with row 2. If you run out of yarn add a third color. Begin new color with row 1

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Part Three

Attach color C at beginning or round leaving color B attached. Begin pattern

Row 1 and 2: with color C knit

Row 3 and 4: *K2 with C, K2 with B* repeat around

Row 5 and 6: Knit with color C

Row 7 and 8: Knit with color B

Row 9 and 10: *K2 with B, K2 with C* repeat around

Row 11 and 12: Knit with color B

repeat rows 1 -12 once more

If you haven't mastered two handed knitting, now is the perfect time. Work these rows knitting with color B in your right hand and color C in your left hand. I actually knit "American" with my right hand and continental with my left. It keeps the yarn from getting all twisted when working the Fair Isle pattern. You can find dozens of directions online for knitting this way.

Part Four

Fasten off color B, leaving a 4" tail for weaving. Knit one row color C increasing two stiches during that row. (162 sts.)

Pattern Rows:

Row 1: Knit 3, *Purl 2, Knit 4* repeat from * to * around

Row 2: Knit 2, *P 2, K4* repeat from * to * around

Row 3: K 1, *P2, K4* repeat from * to * around

Row 4: *P2, K4* , repeat from * to * around

Row 5: repeat row 3

Row 6: repeat row 2

Row 7: Repeat row 1

Row 8: *, K 4, P2* repeat around.

Repeat rows 1-8 two more times. Fasten off color C

 

 

Part Five

Row 1: With Color D K2 tog, twice, K2, P4 , *K4, P4* repeat from * to * around

Row 2,3,4,5: *K4,P4* around

Row 6,7,8,9,10: *P4,K4* around

Repeat Rows 1 to 10 once more

 

Part Six:

With color E, knit one row even

Pattern:

Row 1and 2: Purl

Row 3, 4, and 5: Knit

Row 6: Purl

Row 7,8,9: Knit

Repeat rows 1 to 9, twice more

 

Part Seven:

Still working with color E, knit one row even increasing 2 stitches

Pattern Rows: Attach Color F

Row 1 and 2: *With F, Knit 1, With E Knit 5*, repeat around

Row 3 and 4:With F K2, With E knit 3, * with F knit 3, With E knit 3* repeat
from *to* end K1 with F

Row 5,6: Knit 3 with F, K1 with E, * knit 5 with F, K 1 with E* repeat around
ending K2 With F

Row 7, 8: Knit with F

Repeat Rows 1 to 8 once more.

Break off E and F

With color G or any of your previous colors

Row: 1,3,5,7: Knit

Row 2,4,,6, 8: Purl

Row 9: K 8, Bind off 2 around

Row 10: Purl 8, Cast on 2 around

Row 11, 13, 15, 17: Knit

Row 12, 14, 16, 18: Purl

Bind off all stitches.

With any of your previously used colors Cast on ten stitches

Make two of the following:

All rows and for as long as your piece is from top to bottom row before the flap
plus 3 inches : K2, P2 across