Street Chic Seed Stitch Scarf


Street Chic Seed Stitch Scarf

This seed stitch scarf pattern is perfect for beginners!

Seed Stitch Scarf Pattern
Seed Stitch Scarf Pattern

The Street Chic Seed Stitch Scarf is the perfect fashion-forward winter wearable. You can wear this free knitting pattern with a variety of outfits for an effortlessly stylish look and the yarn tassels add a special touch.

This beginner knitting pattern is ideal for those who want to get their feet wet in the knitting world. You can easily work up this piece and style it in a variety of ways since it is so wide and so cozy. Plus, the neutral oatmeal color will be a great wardrobe staple all year long. Knitting seed stitch has never been so fun or so chic. This is one beginner knitting pattern you definitely don't want to miss.

Perfect for the beginner knitter looking to learn how to knit a scarf, this easy knit scarf pattern combines simplicity and elegance into one absolutely stunning look you simply can't go without. With the use of medium-sized needles and a slightly thicker worsted weight yarn, it won't be long before you have this gorgeous knit scarf in your possession. Once you have it, I guarantee this will be the knitted accessory you find yourself reaching for again and again.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • 150-123 Lion Brand Fishermen's Wool Yarn: Oatmeal 3 Balls
  • Lion Brand Knitting Needles - Size 10.5 [6.5 mm]
  • Lion Brand Crochet Hook - Size K-10.5 (6.5 mm)
  • Lion Brand Large-Eye Blunt Needles (Set of 6)


Size: About 10 x 112 in. (25.5 x 284.5 cm)
Gauge: 11 sts + 26 rows = 4 in. (10 cm) in Seed st (see Rows 1 and 2 in pattern) with 2 strands of
yarn held tog.
Scarf is worked in one piece with 2 strands of yarn held tog


With 2 strands of yarn held tog, cast on 29 sts.
Row 1: K1, *p1, k1; rep from * across.
Row 2: K the purl sts and p the knit sts. Rep Row 2 for Seed st until piece measures about 112 in. (284.5 cm) from beginning.
Bind off.


Weave in ends.


Cut 180 strands of yarn each about 22 in. (56 cm) long. For each fringe, hold 6 strands of yarn together and fold in half. Use a crochet hook to draw fold through edge of piece, forming a loop. Pull ends of fringe through this loop. Pull to tighten. Make 15 fringe along each end of Scarf. Trim fringe ends evenly.



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I love knitting this same scarf but in bulky yarn with size 13 needles and it turns out beautifully. So soft and squishy. It just wraps you up and is so warm. If it is a gift, the recipient will love it! I promise!

You will become absolutely addicted to seed stitch once you start doing it. I consider it as basic as the garter and the stockinette stitches. I've knitted this exact scarf without the fringe as well, it looks just as good.

I just learned to knit, and I want to make my best friend something for Christmas. This looks like the winner - simple yet elegant. I love it!


This is so stunning in its simplicity. I just learned how to knit and purl so I can't wait to try this scarf!

the perfect long scarf for wearing with knit dresses and long sweaters and leggings - the instructions are clear and concise and easy to follow - As the name says it is chic thanks to the seed stitch - can't wait to start it

This is such a cute pattern, and it looks so simple to make! I love knitting things that turn out looking store bought, this scarf will definitely be one of them.

I'm just learning how to knit and this is just the kind of pattern I've been looking for. This scarf looks so cozy, can't wait to make it!


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