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Easy Peasy Scarf

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If you're trying to find simple free knit scarf patterns, this Easy Peasy Scarf would be a great choice. Just cast on 26 stitches and in a couple hours you'll have a completed scarf. Whether you decide to include fringe on your scarf, or go without, you can easily create a scarf for everyone in the family by varying you color choice.

Easy Peasy Scarf
This image courtesy of Designs by Colleen

Easy

Knitting Needle Size: 15 or 10 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Pattern Instructions

Materials:

  • U.S. Size 15 needle
  • 1 skein of Red Heart Country Browns Yarn

 

Instructions:

Holding 2 strands together CO 26 sts.

Knit 2 rows.  I found this gives the scarf a more secure foundation. 

Row 1:  K2, (Sl, K1, YO, PSSO both  the YO and Knitted St., K2,) repeat from ( ) to end.

Row 2:  Purl across the row

Repeat these 2 rows until 48 inches or desired length, Knit 2 more rows,   BO Block scarf (sides tend to roll in if not blocked).


Fringe: Cut 28 strands of yarn 8 inches long, fold in half and using a crochet hook, add to both ends of the scarf. I used a solid brown strand of your for the fringe, gives it a more earthy  look.
 

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