Inclusivity Scarf Digital Knit Pattern
This is a digital download of a knit pattern by Vickie Howell.
Inclusivity (noun): the practice or policy of providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those having physical or intellectual disabilities or belonging to other minority groups.
The Inclusivity Scarf is inspired by the Inclusive Pride flag, which merges the traditional Pride rainbow with the trans and BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) colors.
This project is created by working the Chevron (Trans/ BIPOC) portion first. Then, stitches for the long striped (traditional rainbow) portion are cast-on and joined-as-you-go to the bottom of the first piece.
Wear it during Pride month -- and every month. Happy Pride, y'all!
Oink Pigments Teacup Pigtail Minis (12g/25 yds; 90% Superwash Targhee/ 10% Nylon), in colors: (A) The Dark Knight, (B) Dark Truffle, (C) Tumbling Turquoise, (D) Le Pink, (E) Birthday Suit, (F) Sex & Violets, (G) Together All Rows Develop Into Sweaters, (H) It’s People, (I) Dijon Vu, (J) Nothing Rhymes with Orange, (K) REDRUM — or equivalent fingering-weight yarn in the 11 colors of the Inclusive Pride Flag
Size US 4/3.5 mm circular needle,
32” (80 cm) long or longer
One or more locking stitch markers