Brioche stitch can be heavy and dense – with this scarf, a laceweight yarn like Malabrigo is held double, getting you a cloud-soft brioche scarf for not very much money.
Practice your two-color flat brioche stitches with this simple brioche scarf for men.
The yarn is held doubled for this scarf.
This is a sport-weight scarf with a four-row lace repeat.
Actually, only one of those rows is a pattern row, which makes this a great lace scarf pattern for beginners.
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Although I wouldn’t recommend knitting the scarf inside a movie theater, this pattern and the accompanying free videos will get you comfortable with Feather-and-Fan (Old Shale) lace.
This is Jared Flood’s Noro Scarf Pattern, specified here to make a scarf 5.5 inches wide.
This is a beginner scarf for knitters just learning to do 1×1 rib. To practice your knits and purls, make a ribbed scarf.
You can knit this scarf in either aran or bulky weight yarn. Using bulky yarn will make the project go faster, and the scarf will be a little bit more… well, bulky.
The scarf will be 4.5 inches wide whether you use aran or bulky yarn because you will be casting on a different number of stitches to compensate for the yarn thickness.
The perfect scarf for learning how to knit. Watch videos every step of the way here: Free Learn-to-Knit Videos
It’s so rugged and burly, I actually just like to call it “man-stitch.” Why? In a chunky yarn this is a perfect stitch for a guy’s scarf or sweater, and it’s super-easy – but not boring – to knit.
A scarf that will take you 3 hours or less to knit. Using super-bulky yarn held double on size 35 needles, this will get you a scarf fast. Garter stitch may be for beginners, but your hands will get a workout on size 35 needles!
Scarf includes 2 options for the double-knit design: large hearts or a checkerboard. You can learn to double knit from the written directions in the pattern.