I was in a workshop today (unfortunately not a knitting workshop) and the woman in front of me had a scarf hanging on her chair that intrigued me. Instead of listening to the presenter, I found myself drawing out the pattern on my paper trying to conceptualize how it was knit. I told her that I loved her scarf and asked if she would be ok with me taking a picture. I confessed that I was a knitter and wanted to consider trying to knit it. She smiled and said yes. So, I am asking you all for a little assistance in how you think this could be done. Of course the scarf she had was commercially made, but I really do love it and I think that after the next few projects are done, I may consider trying it. I'm attaching the two pictures I took on my phone today. The scarf looks knit to me, and is many colors. It also has interesting detail in that the colors run in columns rather than in rows. Then the columns in between the solid colored columns are every other row of the color on the sides. There is fringe on the ends of the scarf as you can see in one of the pictures, but it isn't just yarn, it's actually i-cords. The scarf appears to be knit directly off the live ends of the i-cords. I think I can figure out how to make all of the i-cords thanks to some great YouTube videos, but I'm not sure how to begin knitting since I would be using alternating colors in the first row. Maybe this isn't exactly possible, but I'm hoping it is and that you can help. Let me know your thoughts.