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Autumn Wowza Scarf



If this free knitting pattern isn't cozy enough for you, I don't know what will be! Enjoy this Autumn Wowza Scarf made with Lion Brand Yarn. You'll love having it wrapped around your neck this fall and winter. This simple knit scarf pattern is a great choice for a beginning knitter who wants to build confidence. It also makes a great last minute gift since you won’t have to focus on any difficult stitches. Sometimes simple is better, as this scarf proves.

Autumn Wowza Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Nov 11, 2014

What a nightmare pattern. The mistakes in it are obvious and immediate, either the cast on is wrong or the pattern is. The creator keeps putting up comments here and on the pattern sites indicating there is a updated version, but no where does it mention any corrections to the pattern.


Jan 30, 2012

The pattern is in error. Rows 3 and 4 after ribbing should be omitted. If you have 2" of ribbing on each end, and 34" in pattern, that equals 38". Also, looking at the photo of this scarf, it clearly shows that the pattern rows start right after the 2" of ribbing. I hope this will help beginning knitters. Thank you for allowing me to make my comments on what appears to be a beautiful scarf.


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Jan 14, 2011

Thanks for you comments. I have an update for you on this scarf. First off, I have updated the pattern to make it clearer to read and to address any questions you may have. Second, there's a new way to make this scarf with a Knifty Knitter Loom. Please visit my website, knit1fortheroad free patterns section for the info... Also, if you would like to share pics of your knit1fortheroad completed patterns or any free patterns from Knit 1 for the Road or Knit Knitavian Style pattern books in the gallery, feel free to send them to Thanks oodles for the interest in this cozy scarf and I hope you have gleeful knitting in 2011! Sincerely, Margaret Nock


Dec 31, 2010

I think you would just repeat the same thing you did ( K1P1 K5 P3 K5). That would use up the 15 stitches that you have left.


Nov 5, 2010

I went along with pattern doing two inches of K2P2 then i did rows k1p1knit all line until end then k1p1. Started pattern did first two rows fine. When I got to that line it says K1P1 K5 P3 K5, last two stitches K1P1 it does not say what to do after K5 to finish row. There is still about 15 stitches to go until the K1P1 at end of line. Can't continue until I know how to finish this line. Very frustrating. Please help


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