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.


Chloe Chenille Scarf

This quick and cozy scarf is the perfect accessory for any beginner knitter. This reversible simple shifting ribbed pattern incorporates only knit and purl stitches to create a texture just as simple as a rib, but with a little more visual intrigue. The shifting lines appear to be on a bias without the need for increases or decreases and are subtly hidden in the plush texture of the yarn. Whether you want a smaller stylish accessory or a longer scarf to bundle up with in the winter, this expeditious project can be made with just one ball of yarn.

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Rosado Eyelet Scarf

Rosado is a light scarf with delicate eyelet details on the ends. This scarf is the answer to cool summer morning walks and evening moonlit strolls. With a clean and elegant look, this scarf is bound to become a daily wear in your wardrobe when paired with your tee, tank, or evening dress. The scarf is highly customizable based on the yarn amount you have on hand and makes for a great one-skein project!

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Winter Sunset Tie Dye Scarf

Tie dye is back and we wanted to get in on the fun. While there are a variety of painted and variegated yarns that provide a “tie dye” effect when knitted up, this scarf is different. What makes this scarf special is that it’s actually tie dyed! Knit the simple scarf first, then tie dye it using traditional twisting and tying techniques. The result is a scarf that is uniquely yours.

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Mystic Mountains Scarf

This eye-catching, color block scarf is knit in a bias garter stitch and the result is a completely reversible accessory that is fun and meditative to make. The zigzag stitch pattern doesn’t require any complicated techniques to achieve its striking look — just the use of simple short rows, increases and decreases. Extremely versatile and easy to customize, this pattern works well with virtually any yarn, especially gradient and hand-dyed yarns, since bias garter stitch is the perfect canvas to display color variations to the greatest possible effect.

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Spotted Around Scarf

Time to let your wild side run free with this fun and fresh design featuring a leopard-inspired pattern and a clean ribbed edge. And because this scarf is knit in the round, the wrong side is conveniently hidden inside the project making this accessory ready to wear as soon as you bind off. And once you’re finished, be sure to knit the Spotted Around Hat to match!

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Plaid Prep Scarf

A plaid scarf is classic, timeless and goes with everything. This scarf may look complex but the knitting is done with only one color at a time. The vertical stripes are created with slip-stitch crochet after the knitting is complete.

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