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But afterwards, it turns into a gorgeous, soft and luxurious creation that makes it a must knit!


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The finished scarf is smooth and has the simplicity of stockinette, without all of the normal rolled edges. This is a wonderful scarf for warmer winter days, or slightly chilly spring ones! The Saroyan Scarf was inspired by Saroyan of course! This is a fairly easy project until you get to the lace leaves, which can be a bit tricky.

The combination of an easy scarf body and more complicated edging makes this a great scarf knitting pattern for beginners that want to push themselves. This is a gorgeous lace pattern, perfect for beginning lace knitters. This was the first lace scarf I ever knit, and it turned out beautifully. Jane Richmond's designs are always lovely with easy to follow instructions. Her Mustard Scarf is no exception. This is a simple and short scarf. It has an open lace look to it, and a button closure that keeps it together. This is a great instant gratification project, or a last minute hand made gift.

In DK weight, it knits up as a substantial yet not bulky cowl that will keep you warm on those chilly moonlit nights. The hitchhiker shawlette is a great starting shawl as it's fairly simple but still more challenging than a basic scarf. This pattern works well with variegated yarns, as it picks up interesting colors and highlights the color changes. It's great to take along on trips to big cities in the winter as it has a refined look and will keep you nice and toasty too!

Keep in mind that it's an asymmetric shawl, which gives it the feeling of a scarf more than a shawl. Best of all, it's as fun to knit as it is to wear. Imagine yourself standing at the North Pole. You'd need something to keep warm, right? Well then look up and let the stars inspire an accurate representation of the sky in the form of a pi shawl. Celestarium is one many ingenious patterns by Audry Nicklin and makes extensive use of beads and eyelets for stars, all oriented around Polaris in the center. This shawlette is another Martina Behm creation that relies heavily on garter stitch and knits up quickly.

2. Easy Mistake Stitch Scarf

The scalloped and ruffled edging gives this shawlette a dynamic effect that conjures up images of gentle waves or a nice easy breeze. We love this unique detail! The Antarkis scarf is a simple modern and fresh pattern.

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It is meant to make the most out of just one skein of fingering weight yarn, and it sure does! It is an asymmetric triangle shape, that will be a classy addition to anyone's wardrobe. So pick up that gorgeous sock yarn, or that sport weight yarn from your stash, and start knitting! It is a fun knit to pick up if you want to challenge your knitting skills a bit and push yourself. The pattern repeats so it's good for folks without much lace experience. This subtle and beautiful lace scarf features a repeating pattern that's fairly easy to learn. Skills needed, short rows, grafting.

Finished size: 88" long, 5" wide Needles: size 4 US 3.

450-600 yards: 1224 Free Patterns

Shown in Brigadoon pebble. Cushy scarf in my own reversible slip-stitch thermal rib pattern trimmed with snuggley cabled mittens. Lovely enough for a movie star, this light as air striped shawl is knit from bottom to top in a drop-stitch garter pattern with a gathered peplum and shawl collar. Palindrome Scarf. Wide ribs in the center and narrow ribs on the edges - beautiful, simple. Shown in Angelic 3-ply "tomato" with Lotus Tee.

Finished size: 68" long, 10" wide Needles: size 5 US 3. Pattern free right here:. Cast on 60 sts. Row 1: K2, p4, k8, p16, k16, p8, k4, p2. Repeat row 1 until scarf measures 68". Weave in ends. Click picture for more views, details Two Sisters A butterfly-shaped shawl with two related lace stitch patterns, and a series of parallel waves running between them.

For the shawl shown here, specifically: Size: 17" wide in back by 80" long. Construction is side to side shaped with short rows - lots of them In 4 versions Version 1, smaller size pictured on left Yarn: Sunday Knits 5 ply Brigadoon, Eden, Nirvana or Angelic: skeins, depending on version and size.

Skills used: Reading charts, knitted lace knit Shawl-Collar Shawl Click picture for more views, details Lincoln Park 25 colors and 4 yarn blends turn a mindless stockinette stitch tube into something marvelous. Skills needed, short rows, grafting knit Sunday scarf Bob's scarf Staggered ribs form a herringbone pattern. Palindrome Scarf Wide ribs in the center and narrow ribs on the edges - beautiful, simple.

Pattern free right here: Cast on 60 sts. Click picture for more views, details. Two Sisters A butterfly-shaped shawl with two related lace stitch patterns, and a series of parallel waves running between them. Click picture for more views, other colorways. Sausalito This multi-colored striped stole drapes with style thanks to wide ribs knit on the bias. Wavy Brioche This scarf is cushy and light as a cloud, knit in basic brioche stitches, with simple ribbed borders. Taos A modern look from the old Southwest - worked in a wide bias rib for a fabulous drape with knit-in fringe.

ColorLab Two complementary color gradients plus one compatible contrasting color makes for a no-fail formula. Campus Herringbone Simple and classic herringbone-patterned scarf. Windfeather Colorful shawl in reversible feathery lace and rippling garter Finished Size: Water Hyacinth Playful triangle-shaped leaf-and-mesh lace shawl, and a nice bonus Soutache Gorgeous scarf, stole or shawl knit in two-color brioche with a gradient background. Slanted Gansey Reversible stitch patterns knit on the bias create this chic cowl with a twist.

Dancing with Bears My own version of the Bearclaw stitch borders this garter stitch crescent-shaped shawl Wandering Ribs cowl This simple, elegant cowl is worked in wide ribs that move around to create a herringbone pattern with a very organic sensibility. Verduri Ethereal and leafy lace border sets off a simple garter-stitch scarf, to make in any of five widths. Oakberry shawl Vintage oak lace border and charming acorn embellishments in a crescent-shaped shawl.

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Painted Desert A beautiful purl-free stockinette stitch poncho yes, that's right Artichoke Hearts cowl Tidy picot hem meets smooshy lace in this cozy cowl Finished size of cowl: 9" deep, 24" around. Lovesee Road scarf Simple knit and purl stitch pattern forms a lovely textured rib.

Stone Hollow scarf Reversible thermal waffle-rib scarf with a ribby waffley border Finished size of scarf: 12" wide by 72" long. Fisherman's cowl Waffle rib slip-stitch with cabled edging in a cozy cowl that hugs the neckline.

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Interlochen Cozy stole with elegant cables, self closure and shaped shoulders Poem River Flowing ribbed scarf with a stitch pattern that looks complicated but isn't. Oak Park 17 colors and 4 yarn blends make this simple striped stockinette tube a very engaging project. Sonoma Create your own striped colorway for this crescent-shaped stole with a wide bias rib and knit-in fringe.

Early Morels Circle scarf or moebius knit in a deeply-textured cable and seed stitch pattern. Click picture for more views. Kinnikinnick Charming arrowheads form a lovely and reversible basketweave pattern in this gansey-style scarf with attractive angled ends and optional tassel trim Finished size: 80" long by 9" wide Needles: Size 4 US 3.

Pachelbel Variations on a theme describes this lace shawl with its delicate picot edging To Eyre Click pictures for more views, details. Shawl Collar Shawl Shawl Collar stitch pattern in a long crescent-shaped shawl or an infinity cowl. Skills used: Reading charts, knitted lace knit Shawl-Collar Shawl. Her Mustard Scarf is no exception. This is a simple and short scarf. It has an open lace look to it, and a button closure that keeps it together.

This is a great instant gratification project, or a last minute hand made gift. In DK weight, it knits up as a substantial yet not bulky cowl that will keep you warm on those chilly moonlit nights. The hitchhiker shawlette is a great starting shawl as it's fairly simple but still more challenging than a basic scarf. This pattern works well with variegated yarns, as it picks up interesting colors and highlights the color changes.

It's great to take along on trips to big cities in the winter as it has a refined look and will keep you nice and toasty too! Keep in mind that it's an asymmetric shawl, which gives it the feeling of a scarf more than a shawl. Best of all, it's as fun to knit as it is to wear. Imagine yourself standing at the North Pole. You'd need something to keep warm, right? Well then look up and let the stars inspire an accurate representation of the sky in the form of a pi shawl. Celestarium is one many ingenious patterns by Audry Nicklin and makes extensive use of beads and eyelets for stars, all oriented around Polaris in the center.

This shawlette is another Martina Behm creation that relies heavily on garter stitch and knits up quickly. The scalloped and ruffled edging gives this shawlette a dynamic effect that conjures up images of gentle waves or a nice easy breeze. We love this unique detail! The Antarkis scarf is a simple modern and fresh pattern. It is meant to make the most out of just one skein of fingering weight yarn, and it sure does!

It is an asymmetric triangle shape, that will be a classy addition to anyone's wardrobe. So pick up that gorgeous sock yarn, or that sport weight yarn from your stash, and start knitting! It is a fun knit to pick up if you want to challenge your knitting skills a bit and push yourself. The pattern repeats so it's good for folks without much lace experience. This subtle and beautiful lace scarf features a repeating pattern that's fairly easy to learn.

The finished scarf highlights the airiness of lace weight yarn and it's great practice for those wanting to work on their lace knitting skills. It knits up very fast and is fairly easy to follow.


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It makes a great last minute holiday gift for a loved one and is sure to impress. The pattern even comes with a request from the designer that you commit a random act of kindness in return for the free download! This very long scarf starts with two stitches and quickly increases in size.

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It has color blocked sections, large gaping holes, and lends itself well to brightly colored yarns. If you want to try something different and bold , then this is the knit for you! These scarf knitting patterns are all clear winners in our book. The designer of each pattern obviously took great care and plenty of time to confidently craft each creative knitting project.