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.


Auroral Scarf

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This scarf was inspired by the simple beauty of the movement of the lights in the sky caused by the random collisions of particles from the sun with the earth’s atmosphere. Throws of a die were used to recreate this random effect in the design of this scarf.

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Aurora Boreale Infinity Scarf

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Aurora Boreale (Aurora Borealis in Italian) is a cozy infinity scarf entirely worked in brioche stitch in the round, alternating rows worked using only one color with rows worked in two-color brioche stitch. The result is an eye-catching garment featuring icy shades of white and blue.

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Candy Apple Cable Scarf

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Try your hand at this cabled scarf for a cozy accessory to wear all season. This textured scarf features garter cable and slipped stitches. The cable and rib pattern can be worked from the text or chart.

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Harbor Scarf

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Knit with less than 100g of laceweight yarn in the Harbor colorway, this scarf is light as a feather. The wool content in the yarn will still give just the right amount of warmth for transitional weather months or breezy days at the harbor. 

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High Tides Cowl

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This cowl was inspired by late August days at the ocean. The wavy stitch pattern and bubbly lace pattern echo the waves and surf at a rocky shore. Wear the cowl un-looped or twisted, depending on your preference!

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