Striped Garter Stitch Scarf with Knitted Fringe. Free Scarf Knitting Pattern
This scarf is called the Pipe Dream Scarf because I knitted it to match the Pipe Dream Hat. However, it actually doesn't use the same technique. That just doesn't work for a double-side item like a scarf. Instead, the scarf uses garter stitch.
The scarf is worked sideways, which means the finished length is established right away. For interest, it features a fringe, knitted as-you-go.
Finished size: 9" x 80" (23 cm x 203 cm) including the fringe
Skills Required/Techniques Used:
-Knit & purl, cast on & bind off
Materials: Knit Picks (affiliate link) Shamrock aran weight wool yarn 82 yards (75 meters) / 50 g color Kavanagh - 5 balls (color B)
Lion Wool aran weight yarn 158 yards (144 meters) / 85 grams color Ebony - 2 balls (color A)
Needles: Size US#8 (5 mm) circular needles to accommodate all stitches, OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
Gauge: 15sts x 32 rows = 4" x 4" (10 cm x 10 cm) in garter st.
Notions: yarn needle
K – knit
P – purl
St – stitch
Sts - stitches
as est. - as established, work as the pattern demands, here knit the RS rows and purl the WS rows.
co – cast on
RS – right side
WS – wrong side
Garter stitch: All rows knit
With color A, cast on 300 sts. If you would like a shorter scarf, cast on less stitches.
Rows 1-3: knit
Row 4: bind off 25 sts, knit to the end. (= 275 sts)
Row 5: bind off 25 sts, change to color B, knit 250 sts, cast on 25 sts. (= 275 sts)
Row 6: knit 275 sts, cast on 25 sts. (= 300 sts)
Rows 7, 8, 9: knit
Row 10: bind off 25 sts, knit to the end. (= 275 sts)
Row 11: bind off 25 sts, change to color A, knit 250 sts, cast on 25 sts. (= 275 sts)
Row 12: knit 275 sts, cast on 25 sts. (= 300 sts)
Row 13: knit
Row 14: bind off 25 sts, knit to the end. (= 275 sts)
Repeat rows 5-14 five times, or until you have a desired width. Bind off all sts.
Finishing: weave in all yarn ends.
Pattern was updated on August 20, 2018
Cast on for the fringe
Close up of the fringe