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  • Bobble and Eyelet Cowl

    Bobble and Eyelet Cowl Denise Twum Lace, cables, and bobbles, combine with a chunky yarn for a neckwarmer both warm and feminine. Can be worn as a scarf or cowl. Finished Size About 11" wide and 70" long. Yarn Blue Sky Alpacas Bulky (50% alpaca, 50% wool; 45 yd [41 m]/3½ oz [100 g])...
    Posted to Patterns by arwilliams on Nov 22, 2011
    Filed under: Lace, Cables, Lace Knitting, Scarves, Scarf, Interweave Knits, Bobbles, #6 – Super Bulky, Gift knitting, Interweave Knits Winter 2011, Denise Twum, Cowls
  • Big Thompson Scarf

    An easy scarf is worked in biasing garter stitch with eyelet rows. Easy increases and decreases create the diagonal graphic. A completely reversible scarf worked on large needles makes for a fun and functional knit. Designer Christa Giles Finished Size 6¼" wide and 88" long Yarn Classic...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Jan 19, 2010
    Filed under: Knitscene, Easy, #5 - Bulky, Lace, Scarves, garter stitch, KnitScene Winter/Spring 2010, Bias, Eyelets, Christa Giles, Make it! Knits
  • Building Block Scarves from Knitting Daily TV Episode 403

    In Knitting Daily episode 403, Shay joins Eunny to demonstrate the building block scarf featuring the alternating knit and purl and a special mitered corner. This design by Sarah Hoadley was originally published in Interweave Knits Gifts , Holiday 2009. The yarn used is Valley Yarns Sugarloaf from WEBS...
    Posted to Free Patterns by AnnieB on Jan 15, 2010
    Filed under: Scarves, Knitting Daily TV, free interweave knitting patterns, series 400, knit & purl
  • Building Block Scarves

    Easy knitted scarf in two sizes with mitered corners and center graft line. This scarf is worked in the round from the outside in. Make one for an adult or kid with two versatile sizes. Designer Sarah Hoadley Finished Size 5¾ (7¼)" wide and 40 (57)" long. Yarn Valley Yarns Sugarloaf...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Oct 28, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, #5 - Bulky, Scarves, Scarf, Knitting for men, Interweave Knits, Sarah Hoadley, Three-needle bind-off, Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009, Knitting for children, Superwash, Striped, Mitered
  • (Almost) Double-Knit scarf

    An intermediate scarf that is worked in two colors in a unique double knitting technique. I-cord trims the cast-on and bind-off, and is worked into the selvedges of the scarf, then excess ends are knotted for a decorative effect. Designer Theresa Schabes Finished Size 4½" wide and 60"...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Oct 27, 2009
    Filed under: Colorwork, Intermediate, Scarves, Interweave Knits, I-cord, Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009, #4 - Medium, Double knitting, Theresa Shabes
  • Blooming Cotton Scarf

    A no-finish fringe made by cutting and raveling edge stitches finishes off the Blooming Cotton Scarf. Centered dots of contrast, slipped and stretched over two rows, call to mind the deeply colored hearts of common garden pansies. Three bonus coloroways inspired by the elements are also available. Designer...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Mar 6, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Colorwork, Intermediate, Women, Eunny Jang, Shawls and Stoles, Interweave Knits Spring 2009
  • Basic Entrelac Scarf

    If you're new to entrelac and need a basic pattern to get started, you're in luck! I just started an easy scarf and thought it would make a great beginner entrelac project. I made up the instructions based on Eunny Jang's Beyond the Basics article on entrelac, so if you have that article...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Jan 30, 2009
    Filed under: Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, #4 - Medium, Free Pattern, Intermediate, Scarves and Belts, Women, how-to, knitting, Entrelac
  • Bobble Scarf

    Designer: Ann Budd Published: September 26, 2008 Technique: Cables Skill Level: Intermediate Inspired by a machine-knit scarf decorated with random clusters of bobbles (formed by gathering bits of the knitted fabric with elastic thread), Ann Budd set out to handknit a scarf with a similar look. The “bobbles”...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Kat on Sep 26, 2008
    Filed under: Scarves, knit, free Patternn
  • Biker Chick Gear

    Designer: Sara Tobias Published: August 6, 2007 Technique: Crochet Skill Level: Beginner LEARNING TO CROCHET IS LIKE LEARNING TO RIDE A MOROTCYCLE: all you need is one special tool and enough attitude to rule the tool. These beginner accessories have plenty of attitude to help give your crochet a kick...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Aug 5, 2007
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Scarves, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern, Wristlets, Cuffs, Patterns, Sara Tobias
  • Basketweave Scarf

    Designer: Ann Budd Published: May 17, 2007 Technique: Skill Level: Easy Spurred on by Pam Allen’s book Scarf Style (published by Interweave Press), for the Interweave Knits Fall 2004 staff project, we all jumped on the bandwagon and worked up our own scarves in warm shades of red and pink. Ann...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on May 16, 2007
    Filed under: Interweave Knits, Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves
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