This Weekend Scarf pattern is very fast and easy to knit, and was indeed able to be finished in a weekend (that I didn’t do anything except binge watch Harry Potter movies.) It’s a great pattern for beginning knitters. The loops are created through a combination of yarn overs and dropped stitches. I knit mineContinue reading “Weekend Scarf Pattern and Video”
This Snowdrift Infinity Cowl is such a beautiful pattern. It’s a little complicated for a beginner, and very helpful to use a lifeline because it’s hard to pick up the stitches correctly if you need to go back and fix a mistake. But once you get the hang of it, it’s fun to knit andContinue reading “Snowdrift Infinity Cowl Pattern”
This Loose Knit Infinity Scarf is great for beginning knitters, and is one of two scarves I wear the most often. Yarn overs and dropped stitches create the open loops in the scarf. Using a provisional cast on and three-needle bind off help create a beautiful seam where the ends come together.
Fisherman’s rib is a very interesting stitch that makes a very nicely squishy fabric, perfect for a scarf. The Seafaring Scarf pattern I used also includes a very helpful video on how to knit fisherman’s rib. It’s likely considered an advanced beginner’s project. In this narrower version to wear as an outdoor scarf with myContinue reading “Fisherman’s Rib Scarf Pattern”
This is a very interesting knit stitch, and this scarf was actually the second project I ever knitted (although I had 30 years of crochet behind me at that point.) I liked it because it’s a pattern that works well in variegated yarn (plus the name is adorable – Holding Hands, Feeding Ducks.) I knitContinue reading “Holding Hands, Feeding Ducks Scarf”