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.


Intertwining Fieldstone Cables Scarf

Unlike typical cabled scarves with orderly lines of cabled stitches, this beauty showcases two side cables that hug the lines of the center cable. The effect is a complex-looking accessory that’s as fun to knit as it is to wear. Check out the original project that inspired this new creation in the February 2016 issue (the Intertwining Cables Scarf). Plus, don’t miss the adorable cowl version right in this issue. 

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Jack Fair Isle Scarf

Jack is a great introduction to Fair Isle knitting. The majority of the patterns are simple three- or four-stitch repeats divided by solid-colored stripes. It begins with ribbed ends that are worked back and forth then overlapped, creating a faux-buttoned closure. The remainder is worked circular in two halves. They are joined at the center with Kitchener stitch, creating a mirror image of the pattern. Because the scarf is worked circular, ends can be left inside rather than working them in. Jack is for the man in your life that appreciates knitting!

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Nicholas Brioche Plaid Scarf

The main feature of the Nicholas Scarf is the rectangular checks in different shades of blue, with just a little hint of white and red to add color and separate the rows of checks. Being worked in brioche stitch, the scarf is perfectly reversible and the colorwork is made using only one color at a time. Nicholas makes the perfect gift for the city traveler on your list.

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Checkerboard Lace Scarf

This simple lace pattern creates staggered blocks of stockinette and open work stitches. A comfortable blend of cotton and alpaca gives the finished piece the perfect degree of coolness and warmth for year round wear, so it’s easy to take this look from summer on through the fall.

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