|My little darling Fib tried to help me make the fringes|
This is how I did it:
This pattern uses Tunisian Knit Stitching.
A great tutorial website that I absolutely love is http://www.nexstitch.com/v_tks.html
There are tons and tons of other tunisian stitching other than knit stitch.
Another good tutorial website also includes a tutorial on the base row that you'll need to start with:
I wanted to make this scarf wide, but you can adjust the width however you would like based on your chain length.
But, here's what I did anyways
Caron Soft Yarn: Autumn Red and Soft Yellow
With Red (or desired starting color)
Chain 33 (change this to be shorter or longer as you wish)
Forward Row 1: Perform Base Row (stitchdiva.com link above)
Reverse Row 1: Return row
Forward Row 2: Tunisian knit stitch across
Reverse Row 2: Return row
repeat row 2 until you are ready to change colors (20 rows for me)
Forward Row 20: tks across
Reverse Row 20: return row with YELLOW yarn
And repeat Row 2 with yellow. Continue Red/Yellow/Red/Yellow til you reach your desired length :)
For the fringes, I looped the yarn 6 times around and cut one end of it. Or you can measure 6 long strings roughly 9" long or your desired length. If you do it this way, fold the 6 pieces of yarn in half and take the loop end and thread it through a hole at the end of the scarf and pull the end pieces through the loop.
There you go!