Marie Antoinette Scarf


Take a spin back through time with this classic knit scarf pattern that embodies the elegant design of French architecture. Created with attractive pleats and waved edges, the Marie Antoinette Scarf is ideal for chilly occasions that require a more dressed up accessory. Get practice increasing and decreasing stitches as this pattern walks you through intermediate level knitting techniques. If you're not a fan of gray, try making the texture really pop by playing with different hues. We recommend cool pastel shades for an extra dose of color.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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I love the fan effect on the pleats of this scarf, and also the way it forms the ends in a wavy pattern. I love it in the gray. I would stick with lighter shades of solid colors so the pattern really pops, and would not use variegated or self-striping yarn.

This is a beautiful scarf! I wouldn't do it in pastels, though, I can see it in a rich cherry red or dark meadow green or something on that order, more of a regal color. The pattern looks very classy and elegant when finished, but doesn't look hard at all to make according to the directions. I'm going to try the pattern stitch and if it's as easy to make as it looks, this one goes on my list, too!


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