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Sashay Awhile Scarf


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If you're wondering how to knit a scarf that exudes feminine elegance, all you need to do is follow this easy pattern. The Sashay Awhile Scarf features gorgeous cascading ruffles created by the use of Red Heart's mesh-like Sashay yarn. As charming as an evening in Paris or Rome, this scarf helps bring a romantic vibe to any outfit.

Special thanks to PurpleheartAW2mom for coming up with this adorable name!

Sashay Awhile Scarf
Sashay Awhile Scarf - special thanks to PurpleheartAW2mom for coming up with this adorable name!


Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)



  • RED HEART® Boutique™ “Sashay™”:1 ball 1937 Mambo A
  • RED HEART® “Soft”: 1 ball 4604 Navy B
  • Knitting needles: 5.5mm [US 9] circular needle, 29” long or longer
  • Yarn needle
  • Sewing needle
  • Matching thread



  • GAUGE: Gauge is not essential for this project.
  • To work with Sashay, hold ribbon of yarn with metallic end at bottom and ‘railroad track’ at top.
  • To cast-on, insert needle into every other loop of ‘railroad track’, from back to front.
  • To knit, insert right hand needle into next loop on left hand needle knitwise. Skip every other loop at top of ‘railroad track’, place next loop of Sashay onto tip of right hand needle, from front to back.  Draw loop through and complete stitch as for normal knit stitch.


  1. With A, cast on 143 sts, inserting needle into every other loop to put sts onto needle.
  2. Rows 1-4: With B, k1, *p1, k1; repeat from * to end of row.
  3. Rows 5 and 6: With A, knit to end of row.
  4. Rows 7 and 8: With B, k1, *p1, k1; repeat from * to end of row.
  5. Rows 9 and 10: With B, knit to end of row.
  6. Bind off.
  7. With yarn needle, weave in B ends. With sewing needle and thread, tack A ends to underside of ruffles.


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I can't figure out how to pearl stitch with the sashay yarn. Can you help me please, I so want to make this scarf.

Have made five of these scarves, but am having trouble finding a variety of colors in the Sashay yarn. Even Red Heart's web site is sold out of most of the colors. It is so frustrating.

Scarf name suggestion: Catepillar to butterfly. submitted by woogeecoocoo

Name suggestion for the "no name scarf", Bing cherries, submitted by Peachie

How about "Ripples of Ruffles Scarf"?

"It is what it is!"

How about the Ruffle Scuffuffle Scarf? It's a great name for this creation.

I think you could call it Sashay Awhile

Thanks for giving such a great name suggestion! We've selected your name as the official project name! :) Please send us your real name here so we can credit you on the pattern: -Editor, AllFreeKnitting

How aout Rainbow Boa -

"Playful Femininity"

I would name it Black Raspberry Swirl. It's a real pretty scarf for the spring or fall.

I think this beautiful scarf should be called smashing sache because it's simply smashing. :)

I just made this scarf, with the exact yarn and color. I think it should be called the Sparkling Pansy Swirl Scarf. With spring coming, it has all the right colors, right down to the leaves.

Sashay Celebration! It's an explosion of beauty.

This beautiful scarf should be called "Paris in the Springtime"

Soft and sassy

I think It should be called the Berry Twirly Scarf

I think it should be called raspberry leaf

Coral Reef boa

How about 'The Whimsy Scarf'

Love it: Night on the town

How about "The party girl Flounce scarf"

It's beautiful 'Multi Ruffle Delight' is what I would call it.

It's like a boa and it has rich color.....Mardi Gras Marvelolus

ooh la la!

Soft Sashay Ruffles. I have made a lot of these for fists and everyone lives them. Easy to do, but the sashay yarn takes some hunting. There are other brands available that are similar but Sashay is the best priced for the quality.

I say "sashay away"!

I would name this gorgeous scarf "berrylucious".

How about " Frollicing Sashay" scarf.

In honor of the time of year-how about the Oscar Winning Scarf?

Fluffle Ruffles

Classy Boa ( good name for TwisN'Curl scarf) 7856791 2-25-12

Rhoda how about "cascading embers"

sassy lady scarf

Ruffled Sashay

wavy delight

Sweet Pea Belle


Cherry 5284588 Aurora Nights

Ruffled Endulgence

If I had dreamt up this pattern, I would call it the Fuchsia Ruche-a!

Graceful Waves

La Contessa seems appropriate for the scarf name.

"fairy ruffles", they are so soft and light, a nice spring and fall scarf.

My suggestion for the scarf name is: Bouncy Flounces.

Merlot Ruffles - I've made over 40 of these....sell great at craft shows.

I like "Colour me ruffled" I have made about niine of these so far. Everyone loves them

How about ' Night in Paris'. It just has a romantic flair and great coloring that's what came to my mind.

I like Cherries, Chocolate, and Fluff

I think it looksnlikenit should be called "Flutterbye" because it looks poke cute little butterflies.

I'd say Bitzie Scarf

How about "Feeling Ruffled".

How about: Sunset's Beauty!

Id call it "elegance"

I'd say "Leafy Love"

It looks like "Gathered Petals" to me.

Call it Rose Garden..

I think and Shout would be a good name

Twist and Shout scarf

Pretty Magic


Thrills and Frills Scarf

Frill Seeker Scarf

Frilly Lace

Tutti Fruitti

Mardi Gras

Purple Passion

Fuschia Flirt

Pure Luxury

Fruits of the Forest

Ruffles and Flourishes


Painted Ruffles

Crystal's Dream

My suggestion is: Ruffles & Curls

I think "Curly Girly" is cute :)

The scarf should be named "the perfect scarf". I cannot tell you how many women I know are knitting it and it is an easy pattern that looks completely different depending on the yarn used.


Arpeggio (After the Arpeggio Floribunda rose..... )



Flurries of Love

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Femme de la Femme

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