Scarves

Scarves are a fabulous accessory all year round. Learn how to knit a scarf for winter, spring, summer or fall with these simple knitting scarf patterns.


Wine Wave Scarf

This eye-catching scarf was inspired by the wavy look of a stream of wine flowing into a glass. It features a series of increase and decreases to create an S-shaped curve that will spice up a summery dress.

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Peridot Scarf

Fringed and fabulous, the different lace details of this scarf are truly stunning. Its intricate design is enhanced by the combination of two lightweight yarns: a fingering weight wool/silk blend and a cotton metallic laceweight. On their own, each yarn has special qualities, but together, they really shine!

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Life of the Party Scarf

Life of the Party Scarf

This party scarf features an elegant diagonal stitch that is accompanied with a simple i-cord edging. Its stunning purple, green and yellow hues will remind you of flowers, green grass and sunshine. This simple, yet interesting, pattern is worked back and forth on straight needles and makes a wonderful stash buster.

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Boccioli Infinity Scarf

Boccioli Infinity Scarf

Boccioli (blossoms in Italian) is an infinity scarf worked sideways to the desired length, followed by some grafting. Its boldest feature is in its simple lacework that’s enlivened by small bobbles in a contrasting, yet delicate, color. The lace pattern resembles the leaves of Italian heirloom zucchini, with flowers on the top of some branches, each one presented in different lengths to mimic a natural flowering pattern. The design has intentionally a vintage feel, reminiscent of old-hand embroidery with its small bobbles integrated in the lace stitches and the use of a color choice with mild contrasts.

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Burst Your Bobble Cowl

Get cozy in a dramatic way with this warm, bulky cowl. The structure of this stunning, yet simple pattern should get you noticed in the best way possible. This fluffy felt yarn was my most delighted choice for the big bobble motive to take the bobbles to extremes. This cowl can be knitted bottom up in rounds or in rows and sewn together in the end. The pattern offers both ways, so you can choose the way you prefer it the most.

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Snowflake Infinity Scarf

The Snowflake Infinity Scarf features a tessellating snowflake design based on traditional Scandinavian knitting. The cowl is designed to be long enough to wrap around the neck twice for extra warmth. You’ll love this attractive design featuring a Fair Isle technique knit in the round.

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Café Cowl Set

The first design in this set of coordinating cowls features a simple yet elegant lace pattern with a picot bind off. For the second, the composition includes easy, angular twisted stitches for added interest. The cowls make excellent gifts and are quick to knit since both can be made from just a single 100-gram skein of worsted weight yarn.

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Stoughton Coffee Bean Scarf

What we today call the coffee break originated in Stoughton, WI in the late 19th century with the wives of Norwegian immigrants. The stripes (or color breaks) of this scarf represent the breaks from work normally associated with the term coffee break.  And the unevenness of the stripes represents the difference in the way coffee breaks are taken from company to company and office to office. Unroasted coffee beans are green in color, which was the inspiration for the yarn chosen for some of the stripes. Who knew knitting could teach us so many fun facts?

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