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Easy Oatmeal Scarf


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Don't you love the creamy color of this free knitting pattern? Make yourself or your little one an Easy Oatmeal Scarf and stay nice and warm. A simple rib pattern gives this knit scarf pattern its distinctive texture. This pattern is an easy project, perfect for the mom on the go or a last minute gift. Since two rows repeat endlessly to make this scarf, you'll never have trouble finding your place in the pattern. You can take this scarf anywhere without worrying.

Easy Oatmeal Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

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

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would I be able to use this pattern on a round loom?

Hi I would like to make this as well, how many stiches did you use? Hope you had a Merry Christmas . Thanks for the info.

Babsy I would love to make this into a snood so I can pull it over my head and still keep my neck warm. How many stitches would I need to cast on to do this please? I guess it would need to be about 24 inches wide? Can't wait to try it for next winter, it looks really cosy.

I love the pattern and would like to make this into a snood. How many stitches would I need to cast on to make it big enough to pull over my head and still keep my neck warm (I am a newby knitter!)? I guess it would need to be about 24 inches wide? Can't wait to try making it for next winter it look so cosy!

I also knit hats & scarves for the homeless and was thrilled to find this beauty. Thanks for sharing!

Thank u for sharing this pattern. I knit a number of things for the homeless people in our local State and this scarf is going to be so warm and easy for me to work. I also love the beanie caps you have been sharing, I work those for the homeless also.

How simple and cute to boot! I just love this pattern. Thanks for sharing!!!


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