malabrigo linen stitch scarf: madras

Our only advice for the color order of Madras is to space out the bright bits of green so that the scarf has a cohesive look. Here's how we did it:

Caston A: Colorinche

Caston B: Lettuce

Row 1: Polvoriento

Row 2: Sealing Wax

Row 3: Deja Vu

Row 4: Apple Cinnamon

Row 5: Hollyhock

Row 6: Noviembre

Row 7: Vermillion

Row 8: Simply Taupe

Row 9: Milonga

Row 10: Burgundy

Row 11: Melilla

Row 12: Roanoke



malabrigo linen stitch scarf: delphinium


With all the similar variegateds in this particular colorway, you really can't go wrong, but here's the order we chose. After the first go 'round with the colors, vary at will, or simply repeat this sequence.

Caston A: Plena

Caston B:Brillante

Row 1: Pearl

Row 2: Box P

Row 3: Hollyhock

Row 4: Box K

Row 5: Brisa

Row 6: Cuarzo

Row 7: Hummingbird

Row 8: Dark Earth

Row 9: Malambo

Row 10: Milonga

Row 11: Indigo

Row 12: Kaliedos



malabrigo linen stitch scarf: chamomile

The color order for the Chamomile kit (neutrals) is a bit different than other colorways. Why? Because this kit features so many neutrals, the color order is not quite so critical, and several of the colors can be used interchangeably.
Caston A: peachy
Caston B: soft solid grey
Row 1: light warm grey
Row 2: moss green
Row 3: grey
Row 4: dark brown or dark grey
Row 5: pale green/grey
Row 6: pale yellow
Row 7: light aqua
Row 8: natural
Row 9: light grey/taupe
Row 10: gold
Row 11: variegated aqua/grey/gold
Row 12: khaki
After that repeat the sequence twice more, or vary at will. 



malabrigo linen stitch scarf: aurora

I know, I know. Color is scary. You will get gorgeous results no matter the color order you choose. Some of you would like a little extra help. For you, I've listed the order of the first round of colors used in the scarf. Did I keep track after that? No! Either repeat the sequence or mix it up a little as you'd like. Be brave! P.S. There are three very similar neutrals in the kits. They are interchangeable in the order so I've listed them generically. Finally: these are one of a kind kits; we make every effort to fairly represent in the kits the samples we have made. But there is variance with dye lots and specific color availability: the effect will be the same! We don't put yarn in kits that doesn't contribute to the look we intended. No two finished scarves look exactly the same, but they will be similar. Have fun!

Caston A: Pink/brown variegated

Caston B: Light neutral

Row 1: Green/yellow variegated

Row 2: Pink/lavender/grey variegated

Row 3: Bright pink variegated

Row 4: Greys variegated

Row 5: Light blue

Row 6: Highlighter yellow

Row 7: Pink/blue variegated

Row 8: Light neutral 

Row 9: Dark navy/pinks variegated

Row 10: Pinks/chartreuse variegated

Row 11: Light neutral

Row 12: Hot pink


malabrigo linen stitch scarf: patina


We're ready for fall in Minnesota. The trees along the Mississippi River are starting to turn, and we're reveling in the gold, oranges, and still, greens of the changing season. And you're knitting a Malabrigo Linen Stitch Scarf! What could be better? 

Some of you will strike out on your own and choose colors however you'd like. Some of you would like a little help. For you, I've listed the order of the first round of colors used in the scarf. After that, either repeat the sequence or mix it up a little as you'd like.

Caston A: Roanoke (brown)

Caston B: Frank Ochre (gold)

Row 1: Pink Frost

Row 2: SM Gold (bright variegated)

Row 3: Purple Magic

Row 4: Sapphire Green

Row 5: Frost Gray

Row 6: Rhodesian (dark orange)

Row 7: Burgundy

Row 8: Moss 

Row 9: Simply Taupe

Row 19: Sunset (mango)

Row 11: Autumn Forest (olive/rust)

Row 12: Box G (variegated)


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