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Dark Forest Scarf

By: Mary Dickerson from craftytuts.com
Updated September 12, 2019
Dark Forest Scarf
Dark Forest Scarf

"Learn how to make this lovely scarf or neck warmer by following the pattern and video instructions. A knitted scarf, neckwarmer, or cowl, however you would name yours. I have a short and easy pattern to share with everyone that you can use to create this cute little knitted scarf that I decided to name the Dark Forest because of the combination of colors. You can make it in four different sizes, using two strands of yarn of different colors to create contrast, or using the same color to obtain a solid color. The knit scarf pattern is worked in ribbed stitch and so is really easy for any new or experienced knitter to finish."

NotesAvailable in sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

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

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you say to use 2 strands,but there's four colorsexactly which yarns did you use?

This website does not own any of the patterns, they only provide links to them, therefore they usually can't or won't answer pattern related questions. If you click on the video link offered on the pattern page, you would have seen that the designer has used one strand of a multi colour yarn and one strand of a solid colour yarn, which is what created a double stranded pattern in four colours.

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