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Open Rib Knit Scarf

By: Cheryl Frye from
Open Rib Knit Scarf
Open Rib Knit Scarf

"Self-striping yarn makes this gorgeous scarf easy to make; without having to worry about color changes. Using only one skein of Red Heart Super Saver Stripes this project is very affordable to make. A one-row repeat makes this scarf a perfect "to go" project. One ball of yarn, a pair of size 10 needles and you are good to go. The pattern is written for a worsted weight yarn but this stitch pattern is easily adaptable for any weight and any size needles. This scarf measures 36 inches long by 9 wide. If you wanted to make it longer another skein of yarn would be needed."

This pretty scarf works up quickly, is very affordable and easily adaptable for any type of yarn or needle size.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

Materials List

  • 1 5 oz skein super saver stripes
    141 g/235 yds #4 weight yarn
  • Size 10 US straight or circular needles
    6 mm straight or circular needles
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors or snips


The scarf is knitted in pattern with garter stitch edge. The pattern is written in English

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Ok call me a non-believer because I could not believe by just repeating one row that it would create such a nice pattern. I had to try it and the pattern is really nice. I am definitely going to use this because of the almost lacy effect it has. I prefer this type of scarf because I find it lighter an it still has the warmth you need. Thank you for the free pattern,


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