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Fruit Basket Scarf

By: Lucy from The Things We Do

This beautiful , ruby red infinity scarf is a great way to add a little richness to your cold weather wardrobe. The Fruit Basket Scarf is a basketweave knit scarf pattern in a deep, cherry red color perfect for fall or winter. This scarf is thick enough to keep chapped skin at bay, light enough to drape nicely, and wide enough to wear as a shawl. The Fruit Basket Scarf is a gorgeous, functional accessory to add to your knitwear collection.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

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This is a very pretty pattern that can be styled different ways. It is surprising how it comes out in appearance like a basket weave just using typical stitches in an interesting combination. There are written instructions now as well as a chart and it all seem fairly clear to follow. Pinned!

This is indeed a clever pattern and as the person ahead of me said, can be worn in so many ways. While ever so many cowls are interesting and fun to knit, this one is exceptional in that it uses basic stitches to achieve a surprising effect. Again thank you.

I didn't have any issues accessing or printing the pattern when I tried it today. Perhaps the reported issues have been resolved. That said, this is a simple yet clever pattern that really does look like a woven basket. Its a simple use of knit and purl stitches. One of the pluses of the scarf is that it can be worn in so many flattering ways, from a hood to a cowl to a short caplet. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

I had to go to a different site to get the pattern, what a joke this site is!! Don't even bother wasting your time to try to download or look for the pattern on here. Go to paperblog to get it.

I downloaded the Mac converter but still I cant get the pattern. What is going on with this link??

Yes Susie I. Phx, I too noticed the problems. I'm just going to try a framing border like she's done then follow another basket weave pattern with easy to follow instructions.

Instructions say multiple of 8+10. however the chart shows multiple 8+12. Neither specify how many to cast on. AllFreeKnitting.com states 5-B yarn (yardage unknown), the other sites ignore yarn weight. It's beautiful, but why bother wasting time with these contradicting & confusing instructions. I too found written instructions at: http://en.paperblog.com/basketweave-knitted-infinity-scarf-396602/

Instructions say multiple of 8+10. however the chart shows multiple 8+12. Neither specify how many to cast on. AllFreeKnitting.com states 5-B yarn (yardage unknown), the other sites ignore yarn weight. It's beautiful, but why bother wasting time with these contradicting & confusing instructions.

Ok finally found a link that worked for me :-). Tested it several times. Written pattern for this scarf: http://en.paperblog.com/basketweave-knitted-infinity-scarf-396602/

http://lizzylikescake.wordpress.com/2011/12/11/chunky-basket-weave-cowl-pattern/ FREE and easy to follow. Can be shortened as well.

Where do I find the written directions? Thank you

You insult our creative ability to follow a chart that is unreadable. This would be beautiful if everyone could read so small a graph, but in reality, not everyone can do so. If you want to post the pattern, please do so in a manner that everyone can see and follow. Thank you for adhering to my request.

Well I am not even going to look at it after reading these comments....

How do you wear this scarf? Please show a picture.

I am sorry I did not click on the pattern - photo's there to see! Thanks

I would prefer to have the pattern for this article. Downloading another software program for this is not going to happen.

Would love to knit this, but refuse to read a chart that is so small, and refuse even more to download software to do it. Please put the written instructions back up!

I agree with all said above. I knit from a pattern, not a chart. And the chart that is pictured is too small to be of any use anyway. There is no pattern given even though many of the comments on that page talk as if there is one-and it's written wrong! I love the finished product, but getting there might be impossible...

The pattern is not on this page..Just gives u the graph..which I cant follow

You cannot download this pattern , as it wants to install another programme on to your computer , before you get to the pattern download

Where is the pattern? All I see are lots of pictures and a chart when I click on the link to download the pattern!!

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