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  • children's scarves

    Posted to Reader Photos by kel.bel79 on Dec 20, 2010
    Filed under: children, scarves
  • Fiery Ruche Scarf

    An unusual scarf is worked in long rows in stripes, with ruching and ribbed sections for a textured look. The tails are worked into decorative tassels at each short end. Designer Victoria Zygas Finished Size 6¾" wide and 60" long, not including tassels. Yarn Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Nov 23, 2009
    Filed under: Colorwork, Intermediate, Scarves, Accessories, Interweave Knits, Victoria Zygas, Knitted cast-on, Interweave Knits Winter 2009, #2 – Fine, Tassels
  • Frothy Scarf

    Women's intermediate tiered scarf worked lengthwise. Tiered rows form a frothy effect in a silkly lace yarn. Designer Ann Budd Finished Size About 3½" wide and 52½" long, after blocking. Yarn Lorna’s Laces Helen’s Lace (50% silk, 50% wool; 1250 yd [1143 m]/4 oz;...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Nov 13, 2009
    Filed under: Intermediate, Scarves, Accessories, Scarf, Interweave Knits, Ann Budd, Interweave Knits Accessories, #0 - Laceweight
  • Frill Collar

    Easy lace neck collar with floral embellishments. Designer Finished Size 21¼" circumference and 4¼" high. Yarn Filatura di Crosa Baby Kid Extra (80% kid mohair, 20% nylon; 268 yd [245 m]/25 g; Fingering #1 Super Fine): #301 white, A, 1 ball; Filatura di Crosa Aiko (80% cashmere...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Nov 13, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, Lace, #4 - Medium, Scarves, Accessories, #1 - Super Fine, Scarf, Interweave Knits, Interweave Knits Accessories, Emily Bixler
  • Burma Rings Scarf

    Knit length-wise, this easy scarf forms "rings" by tucking rows up into other rows. A soft chenille yarn makes this a warm and cozy accessory. Designer Ann Budd Finished Size About 3½" wide and 82½" long. Yarn Crystal Palace Cotton Chenille (100% cotton; 98 yd [89 m...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Nov 13, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, #5 - Bulky, Scarves, Accessories, Scarf, Interweave Knits, Ann Budd, Interweave Knits Accessories
  • Connections: A Red Scarf

    Designer: Sandi Wiseheart Published: September 11, 2007 Technique: Cables, Charts - Cable Skill Level: Intermediate The saying goes that no one is really an orphan—and children in foster care, more than anyone else, need tangible reminders that they, too, belong to the human family and are cared...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Sep 10, 2007
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves, Sandi Wiseheart
  • Float Away

    Designer: Kim Werker Published: September 6, 2007 Technique: Crochet Skill Level: Easy FROM THE SECOND I LAID EYES ON THIS YARN, IT SCREAMED “WAVES!” A brief dip into the Harmony Guide and a few dangling rings later, this simple scarf was born. Worked in only seven long rows, it’s warm...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Sep 5, 2007
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Scarves, Crochet, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern, Kim Werker
  • Crocus Scarf

    Designer: Laura Rintala Published: August 6, 2007 Technique: Crochet Skill Level: Easy IN COLORADO, SPRING CAN BE SEVENTY DEGREES ONE DAY AND SNOWING THE NEXT. Silk, while not looking as wintry as wool, is luscious next to the skin and warming when the weather changes suddenly. The Colinette Silk Tao...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Aug 5, 2007
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Scarves, Crochet, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern
  • Get The Skinny Scarves

    Designer: Sandi Wiseheart Published: May 15, 2007 Technique: Crochet Skill Level: Easy These light-hearted crocheted scarves are all worked exactly alike; their unique personalities are due to the different yarns used to make each one: a colorful linen blend for summer wear, a soft alpaca yarn for winter...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on May 14, 2007
    Filed under: Interweave Knits, Free Patterns, Scarves, Sandi Wiseheart, Interweave Free Crochet Pattern
  • Garter-Stitch Balaclavas

    Designer: Mary Jane Mucklestone Published: May 15, 2007 Technique: Decreasing, Increasing Skill Level: Easy Correction: The instructions for the center section are renamed “ Center Section and Second Point ". The instructions for this new section now read as follows: Row 1: Sl 1, M1, knit...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on May 14, 2007
    Filed under: Interweave Knits, Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Scarves
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