Tuesday, January 16, 2007


I thought it would be fun to start posting a Scarf of the Month. So this is the first in a series of scarf patterns. Some will be knit and some crocheted. Some will be for warmth and some just for fun.

Knit with bulky or worsted weight yarn and larger than usual needles, this highly textured scarf is of the for warmth variety.

I hope you enjoy the pattern. Suzetta

6 inches X 60 inches

Yarn: Bulky about 190 yds (Worsted weight to be determined)
Needles: US 11, 8 mm (US 10, 5.75 mm)
Yarn needle

Bulky 12 sts = 4 inches
Worsted 16 sts = 4 inches
Row gauge unimportant

Instructions are for bulky yarn, worsted weight in (_)

Cast-on 18 (26)stitches
Knit 3 rows

Row 1: *K2, P2* repeat across ending K2
Row 2: *P2, K2* repeat across ending P2
Rows 3-4: Knit across

Repeat rows 1-4 until as long as you like.
Knit 3 rows and bind off.

another great pattern Suzetta.... you are so talented and sweet to share with us....
Very beautiful scarf. Thanks for sharing your pattern . You do great work.Love looking at your Blog.
Nice scarf, thanks for sharing!
I love new patterns, especially scarves as I make them and donate them to one of our local cancer centers.

Hmmm, looks familiar. Exactly the same as my Broken Rib Baby Blanket pattern, only narrower...

Actually it's a very common stitch pattern.

It is the same broken rib stitch patern. Just put up a little differently.

There are several versions of rib patterns most commonly used for sock cuffs, that make great scarves.
Great looking scarf, Suzetta! I like the stitching effect! :-)
Great Pattern, ended up making 2 for the red scarf project. one was shorter with 8 inch fringe. Cool!
I love all you patterns! I just started my obsession with yarn last year and your site has been more than helpful! I aspire to be as skilled and talented as you one day =) and I absolutely love you pomeranian! Thank you for posting these great patterns they are much appreciated!
I am a beginning knitter& this scarf is turning out great. Thanks so much for sharing your talent
I'm glad you are enjoying your knitting.

It sure has brought me comfort and joy all these years.
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