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Arizona Dusk Scarf

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This Arizona Dusk scarf from Lion Brand Yarn is sure to keep you warm when there's a nip in the air. Knit this basic knit scarf in autumn colors this fall.

Special thanks to Mary Planeta for coming up with the name "Arizona Dusk Scarf"!

No Name Scarf

Materials:

  • 790-407 Homespun Yarn: Painted Desert: 2 balls
  • Lion Brand Knitting Needles - Size 10 [6 mm]   
  • Large-Eye Blunt Needles (Set of 6)

Skill Level: Easy

Size: One Size
About 8 x 56 in. (20.5 x 142 cm)

Gauge: 1 sts = 4 in. (10 cm) in St st (k on RS, p on WS) BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE. When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make a 4 in. [10 cm] square, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles.


Instructions:

SCARF
Cast on 22 sts.
Row 1 (WS): Purl.
Row 2 (RS): K17, turn; leave rem 5 sts unworked.
Row 3: P17.
Row 4: K12, turn; leave rem 10 sts unworked.
Row 5: P12.
Row 6: K7, turn; leave rem 15 sts unworked.
Row 7: P7.
Row 8: K across 22 sts.
Rep Rows 1–8 until piece measures about 56 in. (142 cm) at widest point, end with a Row 8. Bind off.

FINISHING
Weave in ends.

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Ratings & Comments (219)

Nov 22, 2012

Found this pattern, and am looking forward to purchasing my yarn, and getting right to it. Always love new scarf patterns, and lots of that fancy wool is keeping me busy, and when I have enough done, I will be donating the majority to Homeless society in order to give someone a nice scarf, and knowing it will keep them warm. Thanks for ALL your patterns and projects someone like me can find. Keep up the good work, and if for any reason you don't understand the instructions, you tube is absolutely fantastic for being able to show you a video on almost every project, weather knit/crochet. Thanks again for another pattern, and another project I can start.

 

Nov 6, 2012

I would like to try this pattern, but is there a misprint in the guage details? 1 sts = 4 inches. Would it be 21 or 31 perhaps - guidance please!

 

219 Ratings

Oct 18, 2012

can someone please help me?? I haven;t knitted in years--all i learned was knit and purl, and I think I can do this pattern...however, what do I do with the "unworked" stitches?? wouldn't wouldn;t they all unravel?? And what do I need six large needles for??

 

Feb 8, 2012

Love your scarf. Am looking forward to trying this pattern out. It is beautiful in the colors you chose to show.

 

Nov 2, 2011

Curly Q describes the scarf perfectly. It's curly and looks like a Q, Arizona dusk only describes the colour.

 

Nov 2, 2011

i think comfy, seeing it looks so comfy

 

Nov 1, 2011

How about "Painted Desert"?

 

Oct 31, 2011

How 'bout Masie's Scarf?

 

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