I love the intricate look of stranded colorwork but I don’t necessarily want to deal with two strands of yarn running along every round. Slipped stitches to the rescue! By taking advantage of the fact that working in the round allows a knitter to change colors at the beginning of each new round I was able to create a slipped stitch pattern that fools the viewer into thinking it was stranded. But you will know that you only knitted stripes and slipped stitches!
When deciding on what size to make I recommend on erring towards the larger size if you are on the edge of one size. The colorwork looks best when worn with neutral or positive ease.
The colorwork is provided in chart form only, you need to be able to read a colorwork chart to work this pattern.
Stitches used: knit, make 1 Right, make 1 left,purl, slip