If you beginner knitter you’ll love this scarf pattern as it uses knit stitch only! Yet, it looks like knitted lace. I used cobweb weight yarn, three strands held together, which makes this scarf really lightweight, but you can easily adapt this pattern for thicker yarn to make your scarf warmer. Just use the smallest size needles your yarn calls for for first three rows and at least two times larger needles for 4th row. For example – Worsted weight yarn and needle sizes 5mm (US 8) and 10mm (US 15).
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- 3.25mm (US 3) straight or circular needles
- 9mm (US 13) straight or circular needles
- any yarn asking for a 3mm (US 2) size needles sport or baby weight, I used mohair cobweb weight yarn, three strands held together, 100 grams.
- basic knit stitch
- casting on and off
- 20 stitches and 10 rows = 10 cm in knit stitch for 8mm (US 11) size needles
Start by casting on 70 stitches (you can cast more or less stitches depending on how wide you’d like your scarf to be) on 3,25mm (US 3) size needles.
Do 3 knit rows, take your 8mm (US 11) size needles and do one more knit row. Tip: Keep your larger stitches loose and smaller ones tighter for better effect.
Repeat these 4 rows until you get to your desired length. Do 2 more knit rows on smaller needles and cast off in knit.
You can also add some tassels on the ends off the scarf.
That’s it! Your Lightsome Scarf is done!
Well that was easy, wasn’t it?
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