Knit Scarf Patterns

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Easy knitting pattern

Many knit scarf patterns are just perfect for the beginner and make an ideal gift. These are quick and easy knitting projects that can be made up in no time.

Here are the knitting scarf instructions for a great set

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Designed by Heather Lodinsky 

This is a pretty basic  knitting pattern but with the verity of yarn and colors available today will make up quickly and beautifully

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Knit scarf patterns

Hat fits most women. Scarf measures 7 1/2" wide x 54" long.
RED HEART® "CollageTM": 2 Balls 2352 Crimson Maple for scarf, 1 ball 2352 Crimson Maple for hat.
Knitting Needles: 5.5mm [US 9]. Yarn needle.
GAUGE: 20 sts = 4 ; 24 rows = 4 in pattern. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge.
Hat Circumference = 20 .


(Worked over a multiple 6 + 3 sts):
Row 1 (Right Side): K3, * P3, K3; repeat from * across.

Row 2: P1 , * K1, P1; repeat from * across.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 for pattern.

Cast on 39 sts. Work even in pattern for 54 . Bind off. Weave in ends.

Cast on 99 sts. Work even in pattern until 5 1/2 from beginning, end by working Row 2. Shape top as follows:

Row 1 (Right Side): K3, * P3tog, K3; repeat from * across 67 sts.
Rows 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10: P1, * K1, P l; repeat from * across.
Rows 3 and 5: K3, * P1, K3; repeat from * across.
Row 7: K3tog, * P1, K3tog; repeat from * across 33 sts. Row 9: K1, * P1 , K1; repeat from * across.
Row 11: K1, * K2tog; repeat from * across 17 sts. Row 12: Purl.
Row 13: Repeat Row 11 9 sts.
Row 14: Purl. Cut yarn and thread end into yarn needle. Weave through last 9 sts; draw up firmly; fasten securely.

Sew back seam of hat. Weave in ends.

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