Knitting Scarf Pattern

My free knitting scarf pattern was worked by my daughter in one weekend!

She has made two scarves in her life since I taught her how to knit, this one being the second. The first blue scarf she created is available online by clicking on the link.

Both scarf knitting designs are very simple and well suited to a beginner as their first project.

My free knitted scarf pattern is worked in fancy yarn, on 5.5mm knitting needles. The stitch used is garter stitch [plain knitting].

Of all the scarves I've made, this one is one of the easiest free online patterns you'll find, and one of the fastest growing.

If you work this scarf in red and/or white it is suitable for Valentine's Day. In red and/or white, and/or green, it becomes a Christmas scarf.

My free crochet design is a stylish alternative. My flower design is also very pretty.

You may choose to decorate your knitting scarf design with fringing along both ends.

If the terminology used in this project differs from what you're used to, check my equivalency tables for easy conversion.

Materials: Approximately 2 x 100g balls "Moda Vera" Passion [variegated light green] yarn [depending on the length required], 1pr. 5.0mm knitting needles.

Tension: 12 rows = Approximately 7cm [2.5ins].

Measurements: Approximately 159cm [64ins] long, 18cm [7.5ins] wide.

Knitting Scarf Instructions

To begin, cast on 25sts.

1st Row: Garter Stitch [Plain Knitting].

Repeat until desired length is reached.

Cast off.

This design is worked in synthetic yarn and the manufacturer recommends hand washing. If you choose to use wool, it is safer to hand wash it also.

You might like to decorate your scarf with a Zodiac symbol - Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Sun, and Moon.

Learn how to crochet quickly with my “CROCHET MADE EASY” e-book. One of the fastest growing hobbies around! More information on my e-book contents page. “HAPPY KNITTING AND CROCHETING!”

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