Marly Bird’s Most Colorful Knit Patterns
Are you itching to create a really colorful project with your knitting needles? If so, you’ll probably find what you want in this roundup of my most colorful knit patterns. Some of these use particular knit colorwork techniques. In others, the yarn does all of the work for you. Either way, you end up with a project that pops!
Capricious Temperature Knit Scarf Pattern (Fall/Winter 2022 SAL)
Temperature projects are great for working with a lot of color. For Fall/Winter 2022, we’re doing a seasonal temperature project make-along. Mine is this Capricious Temperature Knit Scarf! Learn more about the SAL here.
Marly Bird’s Most Colorful Knit Patterns: Accessories
I really like to use color for accessories because you can quickly brighten up anything you might wear. Here are some of my other colorful knit accessories patterns:
Baja Candy Crushed Cowl, Hat, and Mittens Knit Pattern Set
These work up quickly, using up lots of yarn colors in your stash.
This is a stashbusting project for using all your leftover yarn colors. It incorporates the Latvian Braid detail for texture and flair.
Cozy, colorful, tweedy, scrap-busting knit scarf pattern.
Use Unforgettable yarn with entrelac knitting to create this amazing accessory.
Take colorful knits to the next level when you felt (or full) the item to soften the colors.
Combine five yarn colors in different combinations as you knit with different stitches in this terrific colorful cowl pattern. Similarly, but different, check out the Game Day 2020 Knitting Pattern.
Use a diamond stitch pattern knit in the round with six colors to create this eye-catching cowl.
Let the yarn do all of the work for you to create the colorful effect of this design that can be worn either as a scarf or as a cowl.
The yarn does all of the colorwork here as well. And this pattern is designed for total beginner knitters!
Use five different yarn colors with mosaic knitting to create intriguing textures and patterns.
This is a beginner-level garter stitch knitting pattern where the color comes from the yarn you work with.
More of My Most Colorful Knit Patterns
Mostly I’ve used colors like this in accessories, but check out the poncho and the Christmas stocking below, too:
Northern Lights Poncho Knit Pattern
Use two shades of self-striping yarn to create this poncho inspired by the shifting lights of the aurora borealis.
Knit a colorful stocking to hang over the mantle or gift to someone this holiday season.
If what you love about knitting isn’t just working with lots of colors but incorporating different colorwork techniques, then come learn all that there is to learn in the Camp Colorwork Online Workshop.
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