This is fine by me, but if you're looking for a scarf to 'hug' your neck - after you wear these a couple of times, you will have to do the twice wrapped. Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. The free knitting patterns linked to in directory are the property of the original pattern designer and are listed at KnittingHelp. Go beyond garter stitch with these scarf patterns that have been rated as easy, some even suitable for beginners.
Cameo Faggot Stitch Scarf. Checkered Double Knit Scarf. Cream of Spinach Scarf. Dewdrop Simple Lace Scarf. Diamonds Are Forever Infinity Scarf. Dragon Scale Keyhole Scarf. Easy Kids Pom Pom Scarf. Fair Isle Rapids Scarf. Feather and Fan Tube Scarf. Flora - Diagonal Scarf. Gails Easy Cable Scarf. Giant Basket Stitch Scarf. Hello New York Scarf. Helping Hands Illusion Super Scarf. Hint of Spring Scarf. Im Biased Lace Wrap and Scarf.
Just a Little Fizz Scarf. Just the Thin Scarf. La Dentelle Belle Scarf. Lace Knit Lengthwise Scarf. Lace Ruffle Dressing Scarf. Lace Zig Zag Scarf. Ladder Ribbon Long Scarf. Last Rose of Summer Scarf. Leftover Laceweight Fern Lace Scarf. Linen Lace Waves Scarf. Liverpool Football Club Illusion Scarf. Long Stripes Winter Scarf. Lost in Transit Scarf.
Marvellous Multicolour Mohair Scarf. May Cotton Candy Scarf. Meringue Zig Zag Scarf. Miss Lamberts Lace Sampler Scarf. Mohair Diamond Eyelet Scarf. Mother And Daughter Scarves. Not to mention that scarves really don't need to be made to "gauge. My thirteen year old daughter recently learned to knit, and she really wants to make a scarf for all of her cousins this Christmas. The only problem is she has 15 cousins, so I figured she better get started early.
We couldn't really find any patterns for scarves, and I don't know how to knit myself. I decided to see if I could find her a guide on it and I luckily ran across this book. She finished her first scarf last night and it looks amazing to me! She finished it just with the help of this book, because I'm no help.
Great handbook for anyone wanting to make a scarf. One person found this helpful. Wonderful book for beginners. The pictures are very good and help a lot. Can't wait to get knitting. A very basic book, a little prior knitting experience will be helpful.
More illustrations would be good for visual learners. Well this is a bit of a let down. Not enough pictures, and the one scarf I would like to make that there is a picture for, there is no pattern for it. See all 5 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
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Choose a corresponding colored eyelash-type yarn. Cast on 16 sts. Add the non-fuzzy yarn. Knitting with both yarns, continue across the row decreasing 4 sts. Drop the fuzzy yarn and continue knitting with the heavier yarn on the remaining 12 sts. Pick up the fuzzy yarn and knit with the two yarns across the row adding 4 evenly spaced stitches as you go.
Drop the variegated yarn and continue knitting on the 16 sts. This scarf uses yarn that's hardly yarn at all! Instead, it's a rather thin strand of yarn fibers with little "puffs" of yarn every few inches.
The "puffs" are orange, purple and green. This scarf measures 5" x 38". This yarn is a combination of light and dark brown twisted together then wrapped with a thread of black. Add a strand of black eyelash yarn and knit lengthwise. This scarf measures 3" x 43". This yarn is quite beautiful and saves you the trouble of picking out three or four complimentary yarns because it is already a combination of yarns, including mohair for a light, airy effect. Knit entirely of pure silk ribbons, this scarf is fun to make and wonderful to wear.
We selected eight complimentary ribbon colors, but you might prefer to use only a few. You'll need yard spools. Place all of the spools of ribbon into a bag. Without looking, pick one of the spools out. Cut off a length of the ribbon not less than one yard. Without looking, select another spool of ribbon. Again, cut off a length of ribbon but don't make it the same length as the one before.
Make it shorter or longer. With an overhand knot, attach one end of this ribbon to one end of the first ribbon leaving ends of 3 to 4 inches. Continue in this manner, selecting ribbon after ribbon without looking and tying the ends of the cut lengths together. When all eight spools have been used, put them back in the bag and start over. Repeat the process several more times until you have a good length of knotted-together ribbon and start knitting. Continue to cut, knot together and knit until you have a scarf of the desired length.
Scarves. Free knitting patterns are great when you can use them to make knit scarves. These free knitting patterns for scarves will have you bundled up for the cold winter season. Knitted Scarves Knitted scarves are the perfect handmade gift: They're easy to make, one size fits all, and small imperfections give them charm. Plus, you can choose needle and yarn sizes to match the amount of time you can invest. Easy scarf knitting patterns for men are a great way to come up with a gift for your husband, boyfriend, son, uncle, and all the other men in your life. With these various scarf knitting patterns, you're sure to find something perfect for all the men on your list! These great knitted scarves for .