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Free Knitting and Crochet Patterns from Elaine Phillips

Easy Fancy Yarn Scarf

Difficulty level: ** Easy

Free Scarf Knitting Pattern

Finished Measurements: 8" x 66" (20 x 168 cm) the length of fringe is not included

Materials: Brown Sheep Nature Spun 100% wool, sport weight 184 yds/168 m, 50 gr, color 46S Red Fox - 2 balls
Bernat Knit or Knot Jessie, color 20005 Red, 100 gr - 1 skein

Needles: Circular US 10 (6 mm) 60" long

Bernat's Knit or Knot  is a skein that contains a variety of yarn strands cut into 2 1/2 yard long pieces. Yarns are color-matched to each other. Instead of this pack, you can use fancy yarn left-overs from your stash.

Gauge is not important.

Pattern:
Garter stitch - all rows knit.

Directions:

The scarf is knitted sideways. The scarf is made with wool yarn (basic yarn), fancy yarn strands are added to the basic yarn at the beginning of each row and in the middle of every other row in a random fashion.

With wool yarn, cast on 150 sts and knit the first row.
Row 2: take a piece of a fancy yarn, leaving a 10" long tail. Start the second row with 2 strands of yarn (basic and fancy). The fancy yarn piece will end about the middle of the row. Finish the row with only the basic yarn.
Row 3: like row 2
Row 4:  take a piece of a fancy yarn, leaving a 10" long tail. Start the row with 2 strands of yarn (basic and fancy). The fancy yarn piece will end about the middle of the row. When the fancy yarn ends, take another piece of fancy yarn and continue to knit with 2 yarns.
Repeat rows 2-4 until the width of the scarf is 8" (20cm).
Knit the last row in basic yarn and cast off.
Trim the fringe.



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Difficulty Level:2-Easy
Yarn Weight:Sport
Yarn Brand:Brown Sheep

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