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Knit Scarves: 7 Free Patterns!

Dec 7, 2012

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 patterns in our new free eBook, Knitting Scarves for all Seasons: 7 Free Scarf Knitting Patterns, offer 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!

1. Spiral Scarf; 2. Rittenhouse Scarf; 3. Wavy Orange Scarf; 4. Modern Quilt Wrap; 5. Juliet Scarf; 6. Blooming Cotton Scarf; 7. Building Block Scarves.
THE SPIRAL SCARF: Laura Bryant's Spiral Scarf appears to be in constant motion, giving the wearer a vibrant look even during one of the most exhausting times of the season.

THE RITTENHOUSE SCARF: Marilyn Murphy's Rittenhouse Scarf design is a fun, fast knit that is reversible! It's worked in single rib that grows into cables.

THE WAVY ORANGE SCARF: The Wavy Orange Scarf is a lace scarf pattern created by Rebecca L. Daniels. It is a version of the popular feather and fan stitch, knit lengthwise.

THE MODERN QUILT WRAP: If you're looking for colorful a colorful scarf, you've found it in Mags Kandis' Modern Quilt Wrap. Created square by square in the easy and satisfying mitered-square method of color knitting, it is a conversation starter at any event and one of our most popular knitted scarf patterns.

THE JULIET SCARF: Louisa Harding's design is a romantic lace scarf that's adorned with a little rosette brooch, pattern included!

THE BLOOMING COTTON SCARF: Challenge yourself with Eunny Jang's Blooming Cotton Scarf. This is color knitting at its best, a great knit for lifting your spirits during the wintertime.

BUILDING BLOCK SCARVES: Sarah Hoadle's Building Block Scarves pattern comes in two sizes. It's knit with mitered corners and a center graft line, worked in the round from the outside in.

Whichever scarf pattern you choose, you'll end up with an incredible designer accessories. I hope you enjoy these free knitted scarf patterns!


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Dawn Alice wrote
on Dec 8, 2012 9:58 AM

I went to this page and found the link there

on Dec 7, 2012 5:49 PM


This was a very fun piece to read. I'm certain the scarf patterns will be just as fun to work. Thank you for all the hard work I know goes into every article.

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Stacy (Snowdrop-sweetie)

on Dec 7, 2012 10:57 AM

Here's the link: It's in the blog above, too. Sorry about this!

TalZ wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 10:45 AM

Can't find the link either.

Sally@77 wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 10:45 AM

No download link. Please fix it.  Thanks!

lizaki wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 10:40 AM

Where is the link?

NinaT wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 10:06 AM

No actual link to download the e-book?

on Dec 7, 2012 9:40 AM

Scarves are great Beginner Projects...hard to go wrong with a long rectangle. And they so warm too. But cowls are equally welcome too as gifts because they stay put around the neck!

quietheart wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 9:24 AM

Is there a download link?

Nanerbug wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 9:23 AM

I can't find the link either?

BarbaraR@80 wrote
on Dec 7, 2012 7:34 AM

I can't find the link to download these patterns.