Dark Forest Knitted Scarf, Free Pattern & Video Tutorial: Learn how to make this lovely scarf or neck warmer by following the pattern and video instructions.
A knitted scarf, neckwarmer, or cowl, however you would name yours, I have a short and easy pattern to share with everyone, and is to create this cute and little knitted scarf that I decided to name Dark Forest because of the combination of colors.
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You can make it in four different sizes, using two strands of yarn of different colors to create contrast or sing the same color to obtain a solid color. Is worked in ribbed stitch and so is really easy for any new or experienced knitter to finish.
Also, because is rather a short scarf, it can be finished in one day (or less).
I made the Medium size for myself, and as you can see, it doubles as a cute poncho for a Toddler!
What you need to know about the Dark Forest Knitted Scarf:
Skill level: Beginner
- Knitting needles number 13.
- 2 colors of worsted yarn
- Large eyed sewing needle (to weave in ends)
Gauge: using the ribbing stitch specified in the pattern, working double strand. 7 rows by 7 stitches = 2 inches ( 5.08 cm approx)
(Click on links to watch video tutorials for each stitch used)
- S – Small (child)
- M – Medium (teenager or small adult)
- L – Large (adult)
- XL – (large adult)
Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern
Using 2 strands of yarn,
CO 20 st. (S) 22 st. (M) 24 st. (L) 26 st. (XL)
Row 1: K1, P1
Row 2 and after: K1, P1
Continue working the K1, P1 ribbing until you reach your desired length or follow the suggestions for the different sizes specified bellow.
Small: 15 inches (Approx. 38.1 cm)
Medium: 18 inches (Approx. 46 cm)
Large: 20 inches (Approx. 51 cm)
Xtra Large: 25 inches (Approx. 63 cm)
Bind off, leaving a long tail to sew sides.
Join sides and sew together following video instructions.
Cut yarn following the video instructions to use it for fringe. Then attach to the scarf.
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Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Video Tutorial
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