Charismatic Knit Scarf Pattern


Charismatic Knit Scarf Pattern


Charismatic Knit Scarf Pattern

We know what you're thinking: how could such an easy knit scarf pattern look so elegant? That's because with simplicity, you get to show off your natural beauty, both inside and out. This Charismatic Knit Scarf Pattern is perfect for that. The tiny bit of sparkle in the Kidsilk Haze Glamour yarn adds just the thing to get heads turning. Whether you're looking to make a statement with your knitting, or simply knit something up quickly in front of the TV on a Friday night, knit scarf patterns like this one are perfect.


Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch


  • Kidsilk Haze Glamour 9 x 25gm (photographed in Smoke 285)
  • 1 pair 3 1/4 mm (no 10) (US 3) needles



Completed scarf meas 43 cm (17 in) by approx 200 cm (79 in).



P: purl

K: knit

yrn: yarn 'round needle/yarn over

patt: pattern

cont: continue


Gauge: 32 sts and 32 rows to 10 cm measured over patt using 3 1/4mm (US 3) needles.





Using 3 1/4 mm (US 3) needles, cast on 110 sts.

Row 1 (RS): P2, * K2, P2, rep from * to end.

Row 2: K2, * P1, yrn, P1, K2, rep from * to end.

Row 3: P2, * K3, P2, rep from * to end.

Row 4: K2, * P3, K2, rep from * to end.

Row 5: P2, * K3, pass first of these knit sts over the last 2, P2, rep from * to end.

Rows 2 to 5 form patt.

Cont in patt until scarf measures approx 200 cm, ending with patt row 5 and with WS facing for next row.

Cast off in rib as given for row 1.




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Simplicity at its finest. Sometimes an accessory doesnt have to be intricate and difficult to make in order to look elegant. This is one of those accessories. This is made up using basic stitching and is so easy even a beginner should be able to complete it. Looks like a great fashion item for any outfit.

Looks like a lovely scarf. However I don't quite understand the yrn notation. Is it supposed to add an additional stitch because three rows down you pass the stitch over two stitches. I would like to knit up a sample to see how it looks. It looks so elegant in the photo. Scarves are always needed in the winter and this would look good as part of an outfit and also over outerwear.

It's not clear how many skeins of this yarn is needed to complete the project. The yarn, btw, is discontinued, but I found out it's 25 g and 177 yd per skein.

They like hiding that information Kidsilk Haze Glamour 9 x 25gm the answer is 9 skeins or 1593 yards of whatever (0) lace yarn you want to use.

http// link to alternative yarns with the same look and feel.

I did this in Patons lace, you only need 4 balls, fewer ends to join in and much more budget friendly. My daughter did it with Kidsilk Haze but it wasn't the glamour, it did not have the sequins, it came out just as nice but costly.

I could never write as poetically about this scarf as The Designing Peng uin has, but I agree! I'm sure the yarn and color has something to do with that. Excluding the sad/mad look of the model, the scarf looks like it has warm secrets and makes me want to wrap up in it to see if I could discover them. Off the poetic mode, is there another yarn that would work as well? Hopefully something less expensive?

this scarf does indeed have charisma it almost speaks to the viewer about parties, walks in the fall leaves, spring evenings, and winter evenings - and don't ignore its whispers about winter evenings a gathering of friends, a fire in the fireplace, you and your scarf setting the tone for a wonderful party. It is timeless, not tied to a season or an hour. Another wonderful design


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