Featuring a vertical rainbow stripe, it is perfect for a crochet translation. Even better it is a great stash busting project.
The colour sequence you need is:
Bright red: chain + 1 row
Deep blood red: 1 row
Dark purple: 4 rows
Light purple: 1 row
Bright pink: 1 row
Peach: 1 row
Dark yellow: 1 row
Yellow: 3 rows
Sage green: 1 row
Green: 1 row
Light teal: 1 row
Teal: 1 row
Dark petrol blue: 1 row
Light blue: 1 row
Ice blue: 1 row
Peacock blue: 1 row
Black: 1 row
Electric blue: 20 rows
Fuschia: 1 row
My stash didn’t have all the shades so I compensated the best I could.
I recommend using moss stitch, which will create a warm close weave scarf with a small overlap between colours.
Moss stitch is created by repeating a sequence of sc1 and ch1 and skp1, subsequent rows the sc1 is worked into the ch1 space of the row below. The last sc1 of each round is worked into the centre of the loop created by the ch2 you do to start each round. If you find it easier a stitch marker can be placed into the centre of this loop to make it easier to identify.
I am using DK yarn and a 4.5mm hook.
sc: single crochet
ch 252 (or more in even numbers if you would like a longer scarf)
Row 1: sc1 in the 4th ch from the hook, ch1 and skp1, *sc1 and ch1 and skp1* repeat until the last st, sc1, turn
Row 2: ch2, skp1, *sc1 into the next ch1-sp of the row below and ch1 and skp1* repeat until the last st sc1, turn.
Repeat row 2, following the colour sequence suggestions above to create your very own Thirteen Scarf.
When you are finished add tassels of matching colour to the edges of each row.