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Category Pretty Little Things 35 - In the Lab, Scheepjes Publications, Canadutch, Accessories
Suggested yarn Truly Scrumptious
Type Scarf
Technique knit
Languages dutch english-uk
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Rainbow Science Scarf

By Tammy Canavan-Soldaat

Tammy Canavan-Soldaat was definitely on our wavelength when we asked her to design a cheerful scarf with newer knitters in mind! Her Rainbow Science Scarf is worked flat using a simple garter stitch knitted on the diagonal, so super for practising increases and decreases at row ends. To create the striped sequence, you can mix and match any shades from your Scheepjes Truly Scrumptious stash, making this the ideal project for experimenting with colour. With a total of 80 shades to choose from, you’re certain to discover a colour combination that reflects your personality!


Scheepjes Truly Scrumptious (50% Recycled Polyester, 50% Acrylic; 100g/108m)

  • Yarn A 301 Charcoal Ice Cream x 3 balls
  • Yarn B 341 Custard Pie x 2 balls
  • Yarn C 350 Shamrock Shortbread x 1 ball
  • Yarn D 342 Coconut Spirulina Cheesecake x 1 ball
  • Yarn E 316 Grape Jelly x 1 ball
  • Yarn F 321 Rose Barfi x 1 ball
  • Yarn G 332 Orange Cheesecake x 1 ball
  • 5.5mm knitting needles
  • Blocking mat + pins (optional)


This pattern appears in Pretty Little Things 35 – In the Lab, published by Scheepjes. The Pretty Little Things booklet is available in print in both UK English and Dutch language via Scheepjes retailers. It is also available as an eBook via Ravelry.

Our monthly publication Pretty Little Things (Klein Maar Fijn) showcases 3 multicraftual patterns made with Scheepjes yarns. Colourful projects that are beginner-friendly, affordable, and appealing to all crafters thanks to the adorable aesthetic. Who doesn’t love a pretty ‘weekend’ project?

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