Short Description: Changing Light by Shady Stroll Knits. Changing Light is a reversible scarf or wrap featuring stripes, lace and elegant pointed tips. It begins with a diamond-shaped center, knitted in the round from the center out. Next, two sides of the diamond are worked flat to form one half of the piece; held stitches from the other two sides are then slipped back on the needles and worked in the same way. As you knit, you will travel through playful sections of stripes, lace mesh and garter stitch and have the fun of watching your colors drift into one another.
Gauge: 21 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
Finished Measurements: 55”/140 cm (66”/168 cm) long and 11.5”/29 cm (13”/33 cm) wide
Materials Used: 245 yds/224 m (280 yds/256 m) of fingering-weight yarn in Color A (shown in deep purple); 360 yds/329 m (375 yds/343 m) of fingering-weight yarn in Color B; 270 yds/247 m (280 yds/256 m) of fingering-weight yarn in Color C (shown in gray); 4 stitch markers (including 1 in a contrast color); stitch holder or scrap yarn
Needle Size: US 5/3.75 mm circular needles; For working the Center Diamond in the round, use a single 32”/80 cm circular needle and the Magic Loop method OR two 24”/60 cm circular needles OR five double-pointed needles; For working the Left Half and Right Half, use a 24-32”/60-80 cm circular needle
Pattern Includes: Written Instructions & Schematic
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner