Over the summer, I was captivated by the outfits that Harry Styles wore on tour. I was particularly drawn to the ensemble he wore in Antwerp because of its bold colors and contrasting graphics. So much so that I immediately thought, “I must knit that!” So I designed and created this long tube of a scarf, featuring knitted colorwork, six different colors and two different charts. This “recipe” is a summary of how I made my Harry in Antwerp scarf. It has been neither tech edited nor tested and is therefore priced accordingly. Most of the colors I used werefrom deep stash and are no longer available. In contrast to my other patterns, tutorials and embroidery on knitting motifs, I will not be providing support, videos or classes for this pattern at this time. It’s truly meant to be a starting point – and some spot on charting – to help you make your own homage to Harry!
70 g of six colors of fingering weight yarn
For my sample, I used a grey-purple, a sky blue, a pinky pink, a pale chartreuse, white and black.
US 3 (3.25 mm) 24” circular needles
Marker to indicate beginning of round
10 optional markers to indicate charted repeats
32 sts and 36 rounds / 4 inch (10 cm) over colorwork pattern after blocking. Check your tension and adjust your needle size accordingly.
9.5” (24 cm) wide
18” (46 cm) circumference
72” (183 cm) long