Sunshine Scarf


This garter stitch beauty is great for beginner knitters who want to get a taste for knitting with more than one color. The Sunshine Scarf, crafted with three colorful shades, is just what you need to chase away the winter blues. Included is this free scarf pattern are Whitney's tips for weaving in color ends. You won't want to miss this!


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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such a pattern and think of the colours one could use in this pattern -- quite the prospect

I love this pattern! Such wonderful colors.

I'd wear this every time I went anywhere, except when I go out to check my dumb chickens. The sunshine colors would help brighten the gloomiest Wyoming day.

I would wear this scarf with a pair of winter white slacks, a light weight dark pumkin colored cashmere turtle-neck sweater with the scarf tied loosley around the neck and matching winter white blazer. A little sunshine to brighten up a winter day!

I would wear it with dark jeans and a white blouse so that the scarf is the focal point.

i love this colorful scarf. I would wear it with a tan cord skirt and a cashmere sweater.

I'd make this scarf in a heartbeat! I'd wear it with jeans and a white long sleeved tee shirt....maybe add my denim jacket, too. I checked the pattern out and the yarn 'ingredients' sound yummy !

Beautiful Colors-I would wear a taupe fleecy jacket with a fuzzy soft lining, dark brown corduroy and hand knitted mittens and wrap this scarf around my neck to keep me happy and warm; then I would then make another and attach a note that says I hope this scarf brightens your day like it does mine.

I would wear tan slacks and orange sweater wrap this wonder beacon of sunshine around my neck and be the happiest, merriest person alive. I love bright sun shiney colors they make me so happy.

Yes, I would wear this scarf and I would make more for to give to the school for the kids, too.

I would definitely use this scarf pattern to make make scarves for our communities annual winter coat give-away. I would have to see how well the scarf went with my own coat before deciding whether I would keep the scarf for myself. I see oulugirl is saying basicly the same thing. I'm glad she participates in the warm clothing drives, too.

I lovebright colors all year round--this one I can wear with my wide whale cream corduroy pants, grey suede mules, bulky yellow turleneck sweater, and accessorize with my new satchel bag and then off to dinner on my birthday (Dec 22) with the girls.

It's lovely but I would put it in the warm clothing drive at my church since I have a lavendar coat so it really wouldn't go with my coat.

Absolutely! Sunny & warm & natural-looking!

I would wear this scarf with brown slacks and a lighter yellow sweater.....beautiful.

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I would wear this sunshine scarf every sunday with my charcoal gray coat to church to bring some smiles and happiness to the members of my ward.

I would wear this scarf. It is a very lovely pattern the way she striped it bringing out the bright yellow.

Easy, but great-looking! I would wear it!

Because of the happy combo of colors, I would love most the smiles coming back at me when wearing this scarf, regardless of what else I have on.

With this scarf I'd wear on a cold rainy day some orange rubber rain boots decorated with cheery sunflowers and maybe a brown coat.

I would wear this scarf. It would be my own ray of sunshine on a dull winter's day

I would wear this scarf with a brown sweater and jeans

I would wear it with a lovely blouse my sister gave me and some brown slacks. It would match perfectly and I would look fabulous darling.

I would wear it on a cold foggy day to remind of the sunny days ahead.

Yes, I would wear it. I would probably have to make some mittens/gloves to go with the scarf. The colors are sunny, and that is always welcome, especially in the winter.

This scarf would be fabulous with a pair of chocolate brown slacks, and orange tee shirt and a chocolate brown pea coat with fall leaves brooch and a hat and mittens to match the scarf.

I'd love wearing this scarf! bright and "SUNNY"! Which we don't have much of this time of the year in Ohio.

I'd wear this scarf with a grey/gray turtleneck and matching slacks and grey suede shoes or boots. Silver beads and and long silver earrings complete the outfit. It would be great to add a felted hat to match the orange shade.

If it's meant to chase away the winter blues, then I'd like to wear it with a warm coat or jacket, in a lovely tan colour, with matching leather gloves and sterling silver earrings!

It would looke great with a black outfit. The colors are so pretty together.

This is so spring! I love the colors; they are so beautiful and with a simple stitch, they pop!

Yes I would love to have this. It is beautiful and the color makes one happy on these cold winter days. Thank you!

Bright and cheerful, dressy or casual...goes with alot of different outfits. Would make and/or wear.

love the colors bright and cheerful

I would wear it in the bedroom with a bright orange thong... Hello dear, here is your little bit of sunshine!

Yes I would love a bright sunny scarf to wear with browns or khaki pants with a white crisp blouse.

I have a cream cable knit sweater that would go wonderfully with this scarf.

Yes I would wear the sunny colors...

I would wear this beautiful Sunshine Scarf with all my greens, they go together so well, creating the lush of green with oranges and lemons, to swish away the winter chill!

I'd wear it with either my winter white coat or my black wool mid season coat. Either way, the colors would cheer up the gray monotonous days!

I would wear that scarf in those colors with just about everything. But, I see it best with a brown outfit, like a suit or pant suit.

I love the bright colors and would wear it with a brown, black, or gray coat. The pattern looks very nice also.

I'd wear it with a mustard-colored sweater or a gray tailored blouse.

I think this would go great with a crisp white blouse and a khaki skirt. Maybe a straw hobo bag too.

I think it will look nice with jeans and a white shirt


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