Scarfs, glorious scarfs! What’s not to like about scarfs? I’ll come out clean, scarfs are a personal favorite. The rabbit hole goes even deeper, I actually own more than you can consider being normal but who really cares?
Use Your Basic Stitch Knowledge On These Scarf Patterns
The more, the merrier, as they say. So, now that you’ve learned the basic stitches or maybe even mastered a couple of them. I’d recommend you try your hand at a couple of these easy knitted scarf patterns beginner knitters practice their stitch on.
Having made it this far in knitting, I’m pretty certain you’re ready to try out a handful of easy scarf patterns for beginners. Easy doesn’t necessarily have to mean the patterns are boring.
In fact, you will be surprised at how much fun you will fun knitting away a couple of these babies. There are so many interesting and easy knitted scarf patterns beginners can work on using basic knowledge of crocheting and create some stunning pieces.
Eternity scarfs are huge this time of the year. I’m getting so many text messages and emails asking how to knit an eternity scarf or where to buy one.
Well, being a DIY enthusiast and a pro knitter, I can only give a response to one of the queries; how to knit an eternity scarf. An eternity scarf is a quick and easy project you can undertake in your spare time.
The shawlette knitting patterns combine an old-fashioned texture with contemporary urban lines.
This leads to elegant rustic triangle shawlette pieces that are well loved and adored.
The shawlette knitting patterns are top-down, triangular-knit items that are quick and easy to knit up in fingering weight yarn. This type of scarf can also be knitted in sport weight or lace weight yarn depending on your weight preferences.
Infinity scarfs seem to be all the rage recently. There are plenty of infinity scarf patterns to suit everyone’s warming needs. The hooded ribbed infinity scarf is a chunky knitted accessory you’re going to absolutely love.
The pattern is a quick and easy project, perfect for beginners and inexperienced knitters. This knitting pattern is ideal for transitioning from working flat pieces to working in the round.