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One Skein Ascot

One Skein Ascot Who doesn't love one skein projects? Follow these easy knitting instructions to create One Skein Ascot. This lacy ascot makes an adorable fall accessory and since you only need one ball of yarn, there's no excuse not to make it! Knit this pattern up in a matter of hours and before you know it, you'll have room in your yarn stash for more yarn.

 

Openwork Diamond Scarf

Openword Diamond Scarf The needles are thin and the yarn is even smaller, but keeping up with the detailed stitch work pays off with the Openwork Diamond Scarf. An intricate diamond style design runs down the length of this free scarf pattern, making it an elegant neck accessory you'll cherish for years. Due to the more complicated stitches, the Open Diamond Scarf is a good project for the intermediate knitter. Size two needles and mercerized cotton thread are used to create this treasure. Happy knitting!

 

Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf

Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf You'll feel as glamorous as a queen whenever you wear this lightweight summer pattern for Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf. Bursting with eye-catching color and made with a construction that's lighter than air, this scarf also boasts a simple lace pattern, making it ideal for those who are interested in learning the delicate art of lace knitting.

 

Definitely Diagonal Scarf

Definitely Diagonal Scarf Pull out this beautiful scarf the next time you're looking for a soft, girly look. The Definitely Diagonal Scarf is a gorgeous lacy scarf pattern with a diagonal stitch design. This pretty scarf is the perfect lightweight scarf for mild days, but has just enough weight to drape nicely around your neck. The stitch work on the Definitely Diagonal Scarf reminds us of arrowheads, giving it a wonderfully rustic and organic look that is perfect for fall.

 

Cantaloupe Scarf

Cantaloupe Scarf Sweet fruit was inspiration for this Cantaloupe Scarf. Follow this scarf knitting pattern for a vibrant result. You can also use straight needles to make this summery scarf.

 

Lightning Fast Ruffle Scarf

Lightning Fast Ruffle Scarf With just one hank of Red Heart's Boutique Rigoletto Prints yarn and this easy knit scarf pattern, you can create a stunning, colorful accessory that only takes hours to complete. Made with a special web-like fiber, the Lightning Fast Ruffle Scarf is a chic design that ruffles itself as you knit it! For those of you unfamiliar with this type of yarn, Red Heart has included a free knitting tutorial below the pattern. And beginners, don't shy away from this design. Once you get the hang of working with this yarn, you'll be creating stylish scarves in hardly any time at all.

 

Dreamy Spring Scarf

Dreamy Spring Scarf This light and lacy knit scarf pattern is a great way to welcome spring with open arms. The Dreamy Spring Scarf is the perfect pattern for novice knitters. It features panels of a simple lace stitch design separated by rows of moss or garter stitch. The Dreamy Spring Scarf adds a charming touch to a plain white t-shirt or basic black top. Be sure to put this lovely lace scarf on your spring knitting agenda.

 

Tomato Palindrome Scarf

Tomato Palindrome Scarf Free knitting patterns for scarves don't have to be complicated in order to make a statement. Knitwear designer Carol Sunday proves this theory to be correct in her gorgeous design for a simple Tomato Palindrome Scarf. Consisting of only one row of repeated knitting, this scarf uses wide ribs in the center, and narrow ribs along the edges to create a sophisticated look without any cables or lace.

 

Favorite Lace Scarf

Favorite Lace Scarf Though theres fun in creating a knitted project, patterns are ultimately intended to be worn. The Favorite Lace Scarf is a pattern that youll enjoy making and love wearing. A simple lace design that will complement any outfit characterizes this knit scarf pattern. You can wear this knit lace scarf any time you want to add a bit of elegance to your look. This is sure to become one of your favorite scarves to wear.

 

Lacy Jane Austen Scarf

Lacy Jane Austen Scarf The perfect blend of vintage elegance and modern lacework, this knit scarf pattern is just what you need for spring. Featuring a striking diamond pattern and an array of open lace work, the Lacy Jane Austen Scarf is made to be light enough to wear in a warmer climate. Knit one in all your favorite hues and have a fun mixing and matching this piece with various staples from your wardrobe.

 

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