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The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You
This simple scarf pattern will bring electric color to your wardrobe. Lightning never strikes twice, but you'll want to wear this Lime Lightning Linen Scarf again and again. This accessory is the perfect way to shock your wardrobe. This striking knit scarf pattern will brighten up your outfit and keep you comfortable during a cool summer storm. Whether you need to bolt out the door to dodge raindrops or stay cozy inside to avoid the downpour, this scarf will keep you dry and warm.
With just one hank of yarn, you can make two of these fabulously easy Dewey Scarves. Gauge is not important in this scarf knitting pattern, so don't stress! Clear beads mixed in with the blue yarn resemble fresh drops of water. This scarf is easy, earthy and too awesome not to try out.
Don't let lace intimidate you. This Wisp scarf pattern is a perfect starting place for any knitter interested in expanding their skills into the world of lace. Four rows of garter stitch are alternated with four rows of fishnet lace for a knit lace scarf that even a beginner can tackle with confidence. This light scarf can be worn at any time of the year, making it a great project for the summer knitter.
Learn how to knit a scarf and add a bit of French flair to your wardrobe with the Souffle Wrap. This easy knit scarf pattern produces a gorgeous scarf just as light and fluffy as its namesake. With only a couple of new patterns included, this easy-to-follow free scarf pattern is great for the beginner knitter looking for just a little more out of their scarf knitting projects. The chosen multicolor yarn makes this knit scarf able to go with almost any outfit. Don't confine this great beauty to just the chilly months. The light, lacy design makes it the perfect accessory all year long.
Gradual color changes and a mesmerizing scalloped motif make the Autumn Artisan Scarf a piece you'll be proud to call your own. This creative knit scarf pattern is the perfect addition to a basic dress, skirt, or top. Although it may look complicated, this visually appealing scarf makes a great project for the novice knitter. Knit one for yourself or for a friend. You'll love being able to take credit for this unique and colorful neck accessory.
Wrap yourself in style with this neon-accented knit scarf pattern. Knit entirely in garter stitch, the Bold Beginner Scarf makes a great pattern for fledgling knitters and skilled crafters alike. This thick and cozy scarf lends itself to any number of color combinations, so have fun picking and choosing yarns for a neck accessory you'll love. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll love working up this classic knit scarf pattern.
Wrap yourself in style and luxury in the Lacy Ripple Scarf. This soft, lacy knit scarf pattern features traditional lace stitches and a cozy, over-sized shape. This fashionable scarf is perfect for the transitional weather between summer and autumn. This visually pleasing scarf would look lovely in both solid and variegated yarn types. Treat yourself to the Lacy Ripple Scarf.
Radiate a subtle glow with this beautiful feather and fan knit scarf. The Glistening Bamboo Scarf gets its name from the sheen of the Berroco Bonsai yarn from which it's knit. This is a great project for beginning knitters who want to learn the classic feather and fan pattern or those looking for a cozy rainy afternoon activity. Bamboo yarn is not required, but keep in mind that you will lose the pearlescent quality if you choose a different worsted weight yarn.
With the cold weather just around the corner, who wouldn't be interested in free knit scarf patterns? The Bark Scarf Knit offers both warmth and style. It's unique pattern can be knitted in whatever color you choose.
If you're planning on knitting a scarf for spring, you must give this beautiful Mother of Pearl Scarf a try. The yarn used creates a shimmery effect, similar to a pearl. Adorned with scalloped edges and fluctuating stitch counts, this scarf is perfect for the warmer season.
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