Scarf Knitting eBook: 7 FREE Knitting Patterns
Do you like collecting scarf knitting patterns? We do too! We’re always on the lookout for scarves of all lengths and design, such as a lace pattern or a fun spiral scarf with metallic yarn that can add just a slight bit of twinkle to a neutral colored dress. Unique patterns are in high demand not only during the colder times of year, but during the warmer seasons when your knitting often goes on the road. Knitted scarves are one of our favorite accessories. Make it big and bulky, light and lacy, it’s up to you. With this collection of free scarf patterns, you’ll have the perfect variety to fulfill all your needs. From feminine lace and color blocks, to knitting patterns for scarves you can customize for anyone, this collection is sure to become one of your favorites.
Scarves are a knitter’s staple. They’re wonderful gifts, fabulous stash-busters, and a fun way to work with new stitch patterns and yarns. The 7 Free Scarf Knitting Patterns free eBook, Knitting Scarves for all Seasons: 7 Free Scarf Knitting Patterns, offers a range of difficulty from easy scarf knitting patterns to challenging (and fun!) patterns. I know you will find at least one knit scarf pattern, most likely two or three, that will strike your fancy! Download all seven designs, grab your yarn and needles, and start knitting today!
Sneak-Peek at the Scarf Knitting Patterns You’ll Make:
The Spiral Scarf by Laura Bryant
This design appears to be in constant motion, giving the wearer a vibrant look. This is one pattern that makes the knitting scarves so addictive! Laura used cushy merino yarn with short-rows to make the wedge shapes that cause the scarf to spiral as it is knit. Use an angora yarn between the wedges to add a wisp of softness.
The Rittenhouse Scarf by Marilyn Murphy
This knitted scarf is a fun, fast knit that is reversible! It is worked in single rib that grows into cables, then working in two halves from the center making the ends identical. Rows are designated as right-side and wrong-side to make pattern easier to follow—the right-side rows begin and end with k1 in the ribbed section, and cable crossings are worked on rightside rows. It’s a perfect gift for college students who like to show off their school colors.
The Wavy Orange Scarf by Rebecca L. Daniels
This fun lace scarf pattern features a version of the popular feather and fan stitch, knit lengthwise. Be careful to cast on and bind off loosely. When finishing the scarf pattern make sure to weave in the loose ends and to not block the edges straight. This pattern is perfect for a mother-daughter teaching project. It’s not only easy to knit, it takes just the right amount of time to complete that maintains a beginner’s enthusiasm.
The Modern Quilt Wrap by Mags Kandis
If you’re looking for colorful knitted patterns for scarves, this wrap is the perfect solution. A great way to show off your talent it’s created square by square in the easy and satisfying mitered-square method of color knitting. This block knitting scarf pattern is sure to be a conversation starter at any event and one of our most popular scarf knitting patterns.
The Juliet Scarf by Louisa Harding
If you love knitting scarves this lace scarf pattern offers a unique scarf and little rosette brooch. The brooch is created separately and attached via a pin. You can create several different colored rosette brooches, making it unique to your outfit and mood! This light and airy scarf is knitted in a soft, luxurious angora blend. A rosette brooch knitted in the same sumptuous yarn and finished with a dainty mother-of-pearl button adds a feminine touch while holding the scarf in place. The perfect length to tuck inside a collar, this floaty lace piece is warm and delicate at the same time.
The Blooming Cotton Scarf by Eunny Jang
Challenge yourself with this blooming scarf, one of the no-finish fringe knitting patterns for scarves, made by cutting and unraveling edge stitches. This is color knitting at its best. It’s knit in the round using a combination of knit and slipped stitches, stretched over two rows. It’s a great gift for lifting spirits during a non-colorful winter season. Customize this scarf with any color pattern you or the recipient want!
Building Block Scarves by Sarah Hoadle
This is one of our most popular easy scarf knitting patterns and it comes in two sizes. It is knit with mitered corners and center graft line, worked in the round from the outside in. This is another great project for mom-daughter or grandmother-granddaughter. Pick two contrasting colors to really make the mitered corners stand out.
Of all the knitting patterns, scarves are truly a knitter’s staple. They’re wonderful gifts, fabulous stash-busters, and a fun way to work with new stitch patterns and yarns. You’re sure to find at least one knit scarf pattern, most likely two or three, that will strike your fancy! Most of all, we hope you enjoy this collection of free knitted scarf patterns. Download the free7 Free Scarf Knitting Patterns eBook today and begin your favorite whenever you’re ready.