Rapson is a relatively simple knit, and it's all about straight lines: blocks of color and columns of garter and stockinette stitch, with five accent colors on a neutral background. The scarf's generous width makes it easy to bundle up, and Lore's DK-weight 100% Kent lambswool keeps you warm without extra bulk (those Brits know how to ward off a chill).
Rapson is named for Minnesota architect Ralph Rapson, Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Minnesota for many years. His Modernist, Bauhaus style married art and craft: perfect for a cozy scarf with simple geometry. The kit colorways are named for his best-known work (we rotate kits online as available).
Kit Includes Lore by The Fibre Co: 2 skeins (100 g) of main color Lore by The Fibre Co: 1 each ball (25 g) of 5 contrast colors Rapson pattern by Scott Rohr
You'll Need US 4 (3.5 mm) and US 5 (3.75 mm) 24" circular needles or straight needles
Finished Dimensions 12 1/2" wide and 72" long, after blocking