I got very distracted by the Kureopatora's Snake scarf, and have been knitting on that almost exclusively. But I promised you a pattern for the Crazy Weave Scarf, so here it is....
Gauge: 7 st per inch, 7 rows per inch (measured over rib sections, not garter)
Needle size: US 8
Yarn: worsted weight, I used ~ 400 yds to get the length I liked
Finished size: 8-1/2 " wide, by however long you want it!
Hint: (K 1 as first stitch and last stitch on EVERY ROW.)Hint: (Each section of rib will be 5 knit ribs wide(RS rows), and each section of garter stitch will be 5 "bumps" high--this will help with counting. I do not use stitch markers in this pattern.)
Cast on 41 stitches.
Row 1 (& all wrong side rows to row 9): K1, *(K1, P1)4 times, then K 7, P1*. Repeat starred section twice, then (K1, P1)3 times, K2.
Row 2 (& all right side rows to row 10): (K1, P1)4 times, K8*. Repeat starred section twice, then (K1, P1)4 times, K1.
After row 10, you will switch to the reverse of each stitch pattern. (Pay attention to rows 11 & 12, its easy to get distracted and do it wrong by looking at the previously knitted rows!)
Row 11 (& all wrong side rows to row 19): K1, *K8, (P1, K1)4 times*. Repeat starred section twice, then K8.
Row 12 (& all right side rows to row 20): K1, *K7, (P1, K1) 4 times, P1*. Repeat starred section twice, then K8.
Repeat rows 1-20 til desired length of scarf.
Enjoy!(BTW, this forms a smooth-ribbed basketweave pattern. For a variation, K the rib stitches in the back loop --this gives a holey-rib pattern which is what is pictured above!)
If anyone makes a version of this, I'd love to see it! Or if you find a problem with the pattern...Just leave a comment in this post :)