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The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You free eBook

By: Caitlin Eaton, Editor for AllFreeKnitting

Free Knitting Patterns with AllFreeKnitting: "The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You" Free eBook

Knitted Scarf Patterns: 20s Glamor Goddess Scarf
Easy Knit Scarf Pattern: Elegant Afternoon Scarf
Lace Knit Scarf Pattern: Pink Fairy Scarf
Knit Scarf Patterns:  Cherry Lacy Scarf


 

You’re about to join your friends on an evening boat ride, but something about your outfit is lacking.  No matter which set of earrings and tens of bracelets you try on, it doesn’t seem right. Running out of time, you head to your closet to pull out your collection of knit scarves.  As you open the doors and gaze over your numerous patterns you suddenly find it: the solution to your dressing dilemma.  Inside your collection, you pull out the perfect little red infinity scarf.  Wrapped around your neck three times, it adds the dose of intrigue to your previously mediocre ensemble — and that’s the magic of knit scarves!  The intrigue is all in scarves’ ability to transform even the most simple of outfits into an easy, chic compilation that’s worthy of a feature in any fashion magazine spread. 

Light and Lacy Scarves


It doesn’t matter what occasion you’re dressing up for, knitting scarf patterns will always come in handy when you’re faced with choosing appropriate attire for an evening or daytime outing.  Because of their versatility, knitted scarf patterns should be among the most cherished patterns in your collection.  Late nights out with your best friends, casual brunch date on a Sunday afternoon, business lunch with potential new clients—scarves help selecting the finishing touches to any outfit a breeze.  That’s why in AllFreeKnitting’s new eBook, The Best Light & Lacy Knit Scarf Patterns: 7 Free Scarf Patterns for You, we’ve compiled some of our favorite designs for scarves.  Inside this free collection, you’ll discover patterns that will breathe life into older pieces from the back of your closet whenever they’re paired together.  Find classic lightweight patterns that are fit for all of life’s activities, from casual to dressy and everything in between.









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Knitted Scarf Patterns: 20s Glamor Goddess Scarf

20s Glamor Goddess ScarfGet in touch with your inner 20s girl, with this vintage-inspired Ruffled Earth Scarf that features strips of ribbon yarn.  Thanks to its classic color palette and intriguing texture, this scarf makes the perfect companion to a brighter summer wardrobe.  Mix and match this easy knit scarf with vibrant hues for a result that’s classy, elegant and timeless.  To make a bigger statement, try wrapping this scarf around your neck multiple times for additional volume and glamour.  You’re bound to get noticed for your impeccable style whenever you don this simple accessory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Knit Scarf Pattern: Elegant Afternoon Scarf

Elegant Afternoon ScarfWhile black and white are timeless colors, that doesn’t mean your wardrobe has to be limited to just neutral tones.  Have fun throwing in a dash of brilliant color by knitting accessories just like Evening Flower Scarf.  Pair this funky scarf with your favorite black dress or a simple t-shirt-and-jeans combination for an outfit that’s basic, but visually intriguing. And busy knitters should particularly like this scarf that makes an excellent weekend project; you’ll be able to whip up your own version in just a couple hours. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









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Aside from their knack for sorting out even the toughest of clothing calamities, free scarf knitting patterns are also excellent projects for learning a new technique.  If you’ve wanted to add to your knowledge of knitting skills, consider downloading this free eBook that’s full of both easy and challenging patterns.  Master working with boutique ribbon yarn, learn how to create an ageless lace accessory and experience a sense of instant gratification with quick projects that can be finished in a matter of hours.  And at the end of all your experiences, you’ll not only be equipped with new skills, but you’ll have several versatile accessories as a result of your hard work.  Imagine how rewarding it will be being able to wear tangible reminders of your dedication to knitting each and every time you go out. 

 


Don’t wait to download your copy of our free eBook.  Once you do, you’ll be able to redefine your summer experience with this selection of free patterns that are fit for accessorizing you for all of life’s adventures.

 
Lace Knit Scarf Pattern: Pink Fairy Scarf

Pink Fairy ScarfIt doesn’t matter what color you choose to knit this scarf in; you can’t go wrong.  Designed to be timeless, this lightweight Primrose Garden Scarf is the ideal lacy knit scarf pattern for an elegant affair.  Dress up this scarf by mixing it with a loose-fitting blouse, pencil skirt and nude pumps.  Take it down the casual road by mixing it with dark-wash denim and a simple, button-up top.  No matter how you wear it, this classic pattern is bound to draw in compliments.  Be prepared for friends to ask you to make them a version of their own.  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 








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Knit Scarf Patterns:  Cherry Lacy Scarf

Cherry Lacy ScarfYou’ve knit your fair share of scarves, but that doesn’t mean you don’t want to knit more.  You simply just want a pattern that brings something unique to the table.  If this describes you, take a look at this distinctive Cherry Lacy Scarf. Created to be exceptionally lightweight thanks to its beautiful, open lacework, the real charm of this scarf is found scattered throughout the pattern.  Mixed in a field of white lacework are colorful pairs of fake cherries which playfully pop up to the front of the scarf.  The result is a nontraditional accessory that’s sure to command everyone’s attention wherever you wear it.  You’ll love mixing this knit scarf pattern into your wardrobe each and every summer for an added twist of surprise.


 




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I'm looking for a pattern for a "Magic Scarf" that can convert into a cowl, shawl or even a dress. Can you please supply one for me, and advise on the best yarn to use so that it is soft and 'stretchie' but doesn't shed to badly.

Another great freebie, these scarfs are perfect to plan for spring time knitting as they are nice and light weight. I really like the look of the elegant afternoon scarf which would make a great accessory for an evening function. The patterns look easy to follow and they would also make lovely gifts for a friends birthday

I am looking for a knitting pattern for a hooded shawl, hooded scarf (scoodie), or hooded cowl - I can find lots of crochet patterns, but none for knitting. I just moved to a cold climate and something elegant that is thick, with a hood, is what I'm after. A shawl might work and this one looks elegant but would it work with a thicker wool blend? Thanks!

Have you tried this craft? What did you think?

I bet these would make great spring accessories!

catchy

WE SHALL SEE HOW CRAFTY i AM

.These are gorgeous. I'd love to have them. I don't knit so I giving to my daughter. Makes me want to learn ...

Looks great!

I'm looking forward to making some of these scarves. I just discovered your website tonight. Looks great! Thanks.

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