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Totem Scarf

Totem Scarf If you're looking to learn how to knit a scarf that will never go out of season, this Totem Scarf is the perfect knitting project for you. With little deviation from the basic knit and purl stitches, this beautiful lacy scarf pattern is quite simple and could easily be taken up by a beginner knitter up for a bit of a challenge. The totem stitch design in this knit scarf makes this a gorgeous new accessory you simply can't go without having in your wardrobe.

 

Uptown Girl Scarf

Uptown Girl Scarf The Uptown Girl Scarf is a quick and easy knit scarf pattern perfect for knitters who know only a few stitches. Using just knit, purl, and slip stitches, this pretty pink scarf is well-suited for mindless TV knitting. Pair it with a plain t-shirt and jean jacket as shown in the picture or add the perfect finishing touch to a casual day dress. The Uptown Girl Scarf is a effortlessly elegant way to layer for warmth and style.

 

Fast and Furious Lacy Scarf

Fast and Furious Lacy Scarf The Fast and Furious Lacy Scarf is a simple lacy scarf pattern that will take you no time at all. The secret to this scarf is to knit through the back loop while stitching. This technique makes for a looser, airier scarf perfect for a breezy spring or summer day. The Fast and Furious Lacy Scarf calls for any size needles and however much yarn you have on hand. The gauge does not matter either, making this scarf a go-to pattern for a fun, easy project.

 

Unicorn Horn Scarf

Unicorn Horn Scarf This simple knit scarf pattern transfers magical powers to those who wear it. The Unicorn Horn Scarf is knit using wedges of short row stitches that look like the horn of the mythical creature for which it's named. This pretty scarf uses a mystical colored yarn that alternates between mossy colored greens and jewel toned pinks. The Unicorn Horn Scarf is a great way to add a soft pop of color and texture to your outfit. Knit the Unicorn Horn Scarf today and see what powers it contains.

 

Rustic Tribal Scarf

Rustic Tribal Scarf Tribal inspired prints and colors are everywhere these days. We decided to join in the trend with the beautiful Rustic Tribal Scarf. This easy knit scarf pattern is perfect for Noro Taiyo or Noro Kureyon yarn. Both have gorgeous deep reds, muted browns, and subtle earth tones, making this drop stitch scarf perfect for fall. The drop stitch is an easy stitch for beginning knitters to add to their arsenal, so get to it and start knitting!

 

Boho Girl Scarf

Boho Girl Scarf Featuring Bernat's Knit or Knot yarn, the Boho Girl Scarf is an eye-catching display of texture and movement. This free-spirited knit scarf pattern is the perfect finishing touch to a number of different outfits and is a great way to infuse a ribbon-like quality to your ensemble. The Boho Girl Scarf makes a great project for the novice knitter.

 

Glistening Bamboo Scarf

Glistening Bamboo 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.

 

Paintbox Scarf

Paintbox Scarf This beautiful color block knit scarf pattern will brighten up your outfit as well as the whole room. The Paintbox Scarf is a cheerful, warm knit bursting with eight bold colors in triangular shapes that span the length of the entire scarf. It's a bright, eye-catching scarf that will instantly change the look of your outfit for the better. The Paintbox Scarf truly lives up to its name, so go wild with color and knit one today.

 

Crazy Zig Zag Scarf

Crazy Zig Zag Scarf With some straight knitting needles, some worsted weight yarn these scarf knitting instructions, you can create your own accessory with an intriguing visual design. The Crazy Zig Zag Scarf isn't hard to knit either with just simple knit and purl stitches and subtle decreases, you can finish your own scarf in just a weekend.

 

Quick Knit Scarf

Quick Knit Scarf Make a stylish scarf in a half-hour with this Quick Knit Scarf tutorial. All you need are 15 rows of seed stitch and the fringe to make this knit scarf. This easy scarf pattern is wonderful accessory for any outfit.

 

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