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The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You
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.
You've never seen a knit scarf pattern as glamorous and cozy as the Ravishing Ruby Scarf. Made with openwork rib structure, this airy design works to complement the bold, red hue. With just two rows to repeat until you reach the desired length, this project is a piece of cake to memorize. That means, you'll easily be able to take it with you and work on it wherever you go. Whip up a few for your family and friends this holiday season.
The knit scarf is a classic centerpiece of the winter wardrobe, for very good reasons. Even non-knitters can agree on the ubiquitous nature of the scarf. You can wear knit scarves with almost any outfit, provided your coordinate your colors, and throwing one around your neck is an easy way to stay warm. Scarves are the first thing I pull out when cold weather starts rolling in. They lend any outfit, outdoor or indoor, a cozy, casual look.
Are you stumped on what to give the man in your life for Valentine's Day? Search no more! The Perfect Men's Scarf will give a sentimental meaning behind your gift this February. Made by your hands with love, this Ridge Rib scarf will surely be worn to death. This very simple will make a perfect project for the knitting beginner. Warm for the winter and stylish for the spring, your man will be toasty all season long!
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.
Unleash your imagination with this fun free knitting pattern. The Dragon Scale Keyhole Scarf is a quick and easy knit scarf pattern and makes a great gift as the cold holidays approach. The distinctive patterning on this knit scarf pattern makes it a great project for that variegated yarn you've been dying to use. This is a one size fits all pattern, so make this to keep or give away.
With just two balls of yarn and four rows of knitting to memorize, you can make your own lacy scarf this weekend. Free knitting patterns for scarves, like this one, are great for using up leftover skeins in your collection, and when they're bulky, they also make the perfect project for lazy days spent knitting on the sofa. So sit back, relax and knit yourself a stylish lacy scarf!
Strut your stuff in this alluring knit scarf pattern. The Peacock Scarf Pattern is quick, easy to make, an is soft to the touch! It's a great pattern for beginning knitters who are looking for an engaging project. A simple, lace-like design gives this knit scarf pattern a great body. Any beginning or novice knitter will be able to master this fun pattern. This is a wonderful way to bundle up or spruce up an outfit. You'll want to wear this stylish lacy scarf pattern everywhere.
Perfect for an evening stroll down a snowy, moonlit path, this enticing Midnight Goddess Scarf is the ideal way to stay warm this winter without losing an ounce of your style. After all, if you're knitting a scarf, why not make it just as practical as it is beautiful? And because this project requires large needles and bulky yarn, it works up quickly enough to be made for last minute holiday gifts.
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.