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The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You
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.
Sometimes it's hard to find time throughout the day to get in a little craftiness, but with this amazingly simple and quick infinity scarf pattern, you can. The 15 Minute Arm Knit Infinity Scarf is an arm knitting wonder. You'll be amazed at how quickly this scarf works up. With your own arms and some super bulky weight yarn, you can create this gorgeous outfit enhancer in under a half hour.
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.
Add a bit of lace to your wardrobe with this beautiful Japanese Summer Scarf. This lacy easy knit scarf pattern is the perfect accessory for the summer. Light and airy, this scarf will add an elegant touch to any outfit. A fine yarn is used to achieve the lacy look of this knitted scarf pattern, so beginning knitters will be happy to hear they wont have to master any complicated charts to make this lovely project.
This angelic lacy scarf pattern is as light as a feather. The Fairy Fingers Scarf is a beautiful gossamer style neck piece that is sure to add a pretty softness to whatever you're wearing. It's a great finishing touch to any outfit and can be worn year round. Just as the most interesting paintings are those where you can see the brush strokes, the beauty of the Fairy Fingers Scarf is in the stitch work. The loosely woven pattern is handmade chic, and makes a perfect gift for those who love artisan knitwear.
Get ready for spring with the lovely Silk Bandana Scarf. This beautiful recycled silk knit scarf pattern is bursting with springtime freshness and is just begging to be worn with a light top and jeans. This lacy scarf is knit in a triangular shape so it drapes nicely and lies flat against whatever you're wearing. We love the warm myriad of oranges and browns shown in the picture, but feel free to choose any color recycled silk yarn to make your own Silk Bandana Scarf.
Crafted with a lightweight silk and wool yarn, the One Skein Butterfly Scarf will make you feel on top of the world every time you wear it. The lace stitch, made from a modified ostrich plume, gives this scarf an ethereal quality that's truly fit for a goddess. Have fun donning this knit scarf pattern all summer long. And thanks to the bow-knot-style keyhole, this stylish accessory rest easily against your skin as you go about you daily activities.
It's no mystery why scarves are popular all year round - they're extremely versatile. As the seasons change and the weather forecast shifts from snow to sunshine, scarves are a simple way to add some color to your wardrobe. Whether they're knit with fine or bulky yarn, scarves make the perfect side kick to all your daily activities, from late night walks on the beach to mornings spent sipping coffee with your best friends. In this collection of scarf knitting patterns, I've selected some of my favorite light and lacy designs that are ideal for spring climates. From simple patterns that help create a finished, relaxed look, to intricate accessories that will add a boost of glamor and elegance to your completed ensemble, there's a little something for everyone in this list of scarves.
I've never been to Montana, but if this scarf is any indication of how pretty it is, then I have to get there in this lifetime. The Madison Scarf is a beautiful lace scarf pattern inspired by the blue rivers that run through the state. The open knit design is airy and light, making it a great scarf for spring or summer. The steel blue yarn used in this scarf is absolutely gorgeous, but feel free to use any other worsted weight yarn. This scarf is the second scarf in a series of three, so look out for the next beautiful knit scarf pattern from designer Kris Basta.
As the slogan for Pringles goes once you pop you just can't stop. Similarly, you'll have a hard time making just one of these addictive Potato Chip Scarves. Follow the simple scarf knitting pattern to create a simple scarf that's ruffled and made entirely out of the garter stitch. Because it's so easy and mindless, next time you find yourself headed to the kitchen for some chips to eat while you watch t.v., try knitting this equally as enticing scarf instead. It's less calories and much more fun!
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