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Scenester Scarf Hat

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Don't you love it when things are easy? If you're searching for a quick knit that's also practical, you'll love this cute Scenester Scarf Hat. Not only is this free knit hat and scarf pattern able to keep your neck and head cozy, but it's also got built-in cozies for your hands. Knit with bulky yarn, this project works up quickly, making it an excellent last-minute Christmas gift.

Scenester Scarf Hat
Scenester Scarf Hat
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Knitting Needle Size: 15 or 10 mm

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Can't get the pattern. Help please?

Would love to get this pattern. It would be better not to even show it if it cannot be downloaded easily.

http://briansawyer.net/2006/11/17/scenester-scarf-hat-build-log/ this link will get you the pattern without going through itunes

Can ALLFREEKNITTING please provide a direct link? First you go to an advertisement, then to an iTunes link and no pattern in site.

I assume there is some step I am missing. I show that I have save patterns but if I click on the name, I still don't receive a pattern. Just the same picture as before.

I would make several of the scarfs for my self and homeless people if I could get the pattern.

When I Try to get the pattern for thr Scenester scarf pattern my screen immediately goes to a diatribe concerning SOPA. What goes on here??

i can not view the pattern

It's a great idea. To help others find the pattern, Click on "PDF" not on "Click here" : )

i was able to find it when I clinked link at the end of the sentence as someone suggested.

I want a printable pattern of Scenester Scarf Hat. It was not clear how to get it on the itunes site. Can you help me?

scenester scarf-hat This scarf-hat is a two in one wonder. Two ends of a long, snuggly soft scarf meet in the center with a hood. With pockets at the ends to keep your hands warm, its the ultimate on the go accessory. 4 skeins (50 grams each) fluffy, bulky yarn 1 size 15 circular needle, 29 inches long (to work flat) 4 stitch markers, tape measure Finished dimensions Scarf: approx 28 inches long and 6 1/2 inches wide Hood: approx 16 inches wide; note that the fabric is very flexible Gauge should be 1 1/2 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch on a size 15 needle. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. 1. Cast on 10 stitches leaving a 6 inch tail to weave in later. 2. Work 6 inches in reverse stockinette stitch (purl side is right side) You will flip it up and seam it lter to form your pocket. Mark this last row as fold line. 3. Work 6 inches in stockinette stitch. End with a purl row. 4. Slip 1, knit to end of row. Next row, slip 1, purl to end of row. 5. Repeat step 4 until scarf measures 22 inches from fold line. End with a purl row. 6. Knit 2 together, knit until 2 stitches remain on needle, then knit 2 together again - 8 stitches total remain. 7. Purl 1 row 8. Repeat step 4 until scarf measures 28 inches from fold line. End with a purl row. 9. Slide scarf to a stitch holder, leaving yarn attached. Repeat steps 1 through 8 to make the other side of the scarf. 10. cast on 2 stitches to scarf part 2, then cut yarn. Slide scarf part 1 onto same needle, keeping the 2 cast on stitches in the middle-a total of 18 stitches. Knit across to join. 11. Knit 2, place marker, purl 5, place marker, purl 4, place marker, purl 5, place marker knit 2 12. Increase row: Knit across row, increasing 1 immediately before second marker and immediately after third marker- 20 stitches total 13. Knit 2, purl until 2 stitches remain, knit 2. Work 2 rows even in pattern, remembering to knit the first and last 2 stitches. 14. Repeat step 12---22 stitches total. Then work 3 rows even in pattern, remembering to knit the first and last 2 stitches. 15. Repeat step 12---24 stitches total. Then work 5 rows even in pattern, remembering to knit the first and last 2 stitches 16. Decrease row: Knit to 2 stitches before second marker, slip, slip, knit. Knit to third marker, slip marker, knit 2 together. Knit to end of row ---22 stitches total remain. 17. Work next row even. 18. Decrease row: Knit to 2 stitches before second marker, slip, slip, knit. Knit to third marker, slip marker, knit 2 together. Knit to end of row -- 20 stitches total. 19. Work 7 more rows even. 20. Bind off 21. Seam hood and pockets. Weave in and trim loose ends.

would someone please offer a step by step to get to this pattern through the pdf format in podcast?

I was able to down load on the pdf format with out any problems. The way it is written was to do that is a little confusing however.

I too cannot find this pattern. The link on this page shows the pattern but then you go to itunes but without the date to look up the pattern - you can't get to it. The pattern for 11/18/11 is fingerless gloves not this

can't find his pattern. Link just takes me to a very confusing Itunes page with absolutely no relevance to this pattern.

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