This fun scarf uses short row techniques to create a column of knitted triangles representing the Colorado Rockies, and the different slip stitch patterns represent the geological layered rock that make up the Rockies. The knit-on pointed border represents the foothills. The scarf can be done in 2 colors to contrast the mountains, or use a variegated yarn for a different look. The first and last triangles represent many of our Colorado mountains under 14,000 feet. The middle 5 triangles are each named for the five 14ers found within 2 hours of Denver. You can find more information on these 14ers online at “The Next Summit; Best 14ers Near Denver” by Alex Derr. We hope you enjoy this 2022 YATR pattern as we celebrate the mountain beauty of our state. Designed by Debra Powers.
Made with 2 balls of Juniper Moon Farm Zooey. Zooey is a 60% cotton and 40% linen blend with a slight thick-and-thin texture in a DK weight. Zooey is a soft, crisp blend of cotton and linen this slightly thick-and-thin yarn is an ideal choice for knitting and crocheting summer garments and accessories. Zooey is the quintessential summer yarn and softens up substantially with washing, which is easy to do as it's machine washable. Zooey is available in many gorgeous colors, including neutrals and saturated shades.