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Scarf Wrapped Wreath

Scarf Wrapped Wreath
Scarf Wrapped Wreath
This image courtesy of redheart.com

Fresh pine wreaths are beautiful and fragrant, but who wants to buy a new wreath every year? Not to mention, they shed like crazy. This festive DIY Christmas wreath will last you more than one holiday season. The Scarf Wrapped Wreath is a fun, quirky way to decorate your home and is perfect for both indoors and out. Knit one for your own home and then make a few more for friends. The Scarf Wrapped Wreath makes a festive, thoughtful gift.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

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

Materials:

  • RED HEART® Holiday®: 1 ball each of 9560 Wine/Gold A, 1360 Aran/ Gold B, and 6560 Hunter/ Gold C
  • Susan Bates® Knitting Needles: 5.5 [US 9]
  • Yarn needle
  • 18” (45 cm) foam wreath


GAUGE: 16 sts = 4” (10 cm), 32 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Garter Stitch. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge.

ABBREVIATIONS
K = knit
mm = millimeter
P = purl
st(s) = stitch(es)
tog = together.

Finished Sizes
Red and White Scarf: 4.25” (11 cm) wide x 69” (175 cm) long, excluding Trim
Green and White Scarf: 5.75” (15 cm) wide x 64” (162.5 cm) long, excluding Trim

 

Special Stitches
Increase – Knit into the front and the back of the next stitch (1 stitch increase).


RED AND WHITE SCARF
With A, cast on 1 st.
Row 1 (Right side): Work Increase: 2 sts.
Rows 2-28: Work Increase, knit across, at the end of Row 28, cut A: 29 sts.
Row 29: With B, K2tog, knit across: 28 sts.
Row 30: Work Increase, knit across: 29 sts.
Rows 31 and 32: Repeat Rows 29 and 30, at the end of Row 32, cut B: 29 sts.
Row 33: With A, K2tog, knit across: 28 sts.
Row 34: Work Increase, knit across: 29 sts.
Rows 35-44: Repeat Rows 33 and 34, at the end of Row 44, cut A.
Row 45: With B, K2tog, knit across: 28 sts.
Row 46: Work Increase, knit across: 29 sts.
Rows 47 and 48: Repeat Rows 29 and 30, at the end of Row 48, cut B: 29 sts.
Rows 49-80: Repeat Rows 33-48.
Rows 81-124: Repeat Rows 33 and 34, at the end of Row 124, cut A.
Rows 125-128: Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 128, cut B.
Rows 129-172: Repeat Rows 33 and 34, at the end of Row 172, cut A.
Rows 173-268: Repeat Rows 125-172.
Rows 269-296: Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 296, cut B.
Rows 297-304: Repeat Rows 33 and 34, at the end of Row 304, cut A.
Rows 305-312: Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 313, cut B.
Rows 313-320: Repeat Rows 33 and 34, at the end of Row 320, cut A.
Rows 321-340: Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 340, cut B.
Rows 341-368: With A, K2tog, knit across: 1 st.
Fasten off.


TRIM (Make 4)
With B, cast on 30 sts.
Row 1 (Right side): Knit across.
Bind off all sts in knit.


FINISHING
Thread Trim through corner sts on each corner of Scarf and tie to secure.


GREEN AND WHITE SCARF
With C, cast on 1 st.
Row 1 (Right side): Work Increase: 2 sts.
Rows 2-16: Work Increase, knit across, at the end of Row 16, cut C: 17 sts.
Rows 17-24: With B, work Increase, knit across, at the end of Row 24, cut B: 25 sts.
Rows 25-32: With C, work Increase, knit across, at the end of Row 32, cut C: 31 sts.
Rows 33-40: Repeat Rows 17-24: 39 sts.
Rows 41-44: With B, work Increase, knit across: 43 sts.
Row 45: K2tog, knit across: 42 sts.
Row 46: Work Increase, knit across: 43 sts.
Rows 47 and 48: Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 48, cut B.
Row 49: With C, K2tog, knit across: 42 sts.
Row 50: Work Increase, knit across: 43 sts.
Rows 51-56: Repeat Rows 49 and 50, at the end of Row 50, cut C.
Rows 57-64: With B, Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 64, cut B.
Rows 65-78: With C, Repeat Rows 49 and 50, at the end of Row 78, cut C.
Rows 79-92: With B, Repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 64, cut B.
Rows 93-148: Repeat Rows 65-92.
Rows 149-176: Repeat Rows 49 and 50, at the end of Row 176, cut C.
Rows 177-204: With B, repeat Rows 45 and 46, at the end of Row 204, cut B.
Rows 205-316: Repeat Rows 149-204: 43 sts.
Rows 317-344: With C, K2tog, knit across, at the end of Row 344, cut C: 15 sts.
Rows 345-358: With B, K2tog, knit across: 1 st.
Fasten off.


TRIM (Make 4)
With C, cast on 30 sts.
Row 1 (Right side): Knit across.
Bind off all sts in knit.


FINISHING
Thread Trim through corner sts on each corner of Scarf and tie to secure.
Using photo as a guide, wrap Scarves around foam wreath and tie as desired.


 

Get more fun Christmas decor ideas in Holiday Prep: 13 Christmas Craft Ideas to Cover All Your Bases.

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If you want to see a photograph of the finished craft, here's a link. Why they ever post a pattern without a photograph is beyond me. http//www.redheart.com/free-patterns/be-scarfed-w == reath

Hi RavenFall, the photo for this pattern has been updated. It was temporarily unavailable due to technical difficulties. Our apologies for the inconvenience! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

another original idea - and so easy to make what looks like an expensive bought ornament - love it

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