Part of what makes this knitted scarf so awesome is the yarn itself. I used a super bulky yarn and the one I have chosen, Patons Melody yarn in Pinky Girl is a show stopper.
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Quick and Cozy Knitted Scarf
Looking to create more handmade items as gifts for your family and friends? Perhaps you’d like to find wonderful meaningful, yet doable, ways to donate to charities? Maybe you’d just like to be able to make incredible stuff for yourself? In any case, knowing how to knit, and having a few great patterns in your repertoire, is a sure fire way to accomplish those goals.
I’ve created this fun and easy scarf that is perfect for kids and adults alike. This pattern calls for a super bulky yarn and the one I have chosen is a show stopper, and I mean red carpet quality show stopping. The pattern is simply alternating between a knit and a purl row, so it works up pretty quick also.
About the Quick and Cozy Scarf
The gauge for this project is 9 sts ( stitches ) x 13 rows = 4”x 4”. Basically this means this project works up pretty fast.
· Cast on
· Bind Off
Of course, you should check out this great tutorial on casting on, knitting and purling here in this How To Knit Series, where there are videos and everything to help you through.
Quick and Cozy Scarf Knitting Pattern
Directions are given for child’s size, however, the directions for adult’s size are given in parentheses.
CO 18 stitches (22 stitches adult)
Row 1: Knit across
Row 2: Purl across
Repeat rows 1 & 2 until scarf measures 30” (60”) ending with a purl row
Cut yarn and secure the last stitch, weave in ends.