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Pine Grove Scarf

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Pine Grove Scarf
Pine Grove Scarf

"This scarf features a repeating pine tree pattern, inspired by the Oregon landscape. Each tree is made of knits and purls for the branches, as well as twisted stitches for the trunk. The scarf features used two skeins of cotton yarn in a forest green color (one skein simply isn't enough, unless you want to skimp on length and turn it into an infinity scarf). This pattern is great for beginners looking to gain experience reading patterns and charts."


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

Materials List

  • I Love This Cotton yarn in forest green
  • 5mm straight knitting needles


CO 31 stitches
Rows 1-5: knit
Row 6 (ws): k4, p23, k4
Row 7 (rs): k10, k1b, k9, k
b, k10 Row 8: k4, p6, p1b, p9, p1b, p6, k4
Row 9: k9, p1, k1b, p1, k7, p1, k1b, p1, k9
Row 10: repeat
row 8 Row 11: k8, p2, k1b, p2, k5, p2, k1b, p2, k8
Row 12: repeat row 8
Row 13: k7, p3, k1b, p3, k3, p3, k1b, p3, k7
Row 14: repeat row 8
Row 15: repeat row 7
Row 16: repeat row 6
Row 17: knit
Row 18: repeat row 6
Row 19: k15, k1b, k15
Row 20: k4, p11, p1b, p11, k4
Row 21: k14, p1, k1b, p1, k14
Row 22: repeat row 20
Row 23: k13, p2, k1b, p2, k13
Row 24: repeat row 20
Row 25: k12, p3, k1b, p3, k12
Row 26: repeat row 20
Row 27: repeat row 19
Row 28: Repeat row 6
Row 29: knit Repeat rows 6-29 until scarf reaches desired length, then knit four more rows to finish the border. Block and weave in any loose ends to finish.

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I love this pattern, have made several scarves. I would love a hat pattern!!

I did make it, quite disappointed, the pattern requires two skeins of I love this cotton yarn, which is 360 yds. the "scarf comes out to be less than 25", which isn't much of a scarf at all. The pattern provides no measurements at all, so I should have been suspicious, I usually don't do patterns that are missing any information.

So glad I went to the pattern page for this one. The pattern on this page is missing two essentials pieces of information, the K1b and P1b, are usually knit one below and purl one below in knitting, in this pattern the designer has changed those abbreviations to mean knit one back and purl one back, which is entirely different than the knit and purl one below that would normally give you an increase. In this pattern you are simply changing the orientation of the stitch to create the little trees in the pattern. The other thing that I noticed is that row 7 is missing the 1 after the k because it runs right into row 8, which could easily be missed. I think the abbreviations and rows 7 8 should be updated on this pattern.


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