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Autumn Garter Stitch Entrelac Scarf



Don't let the chill keep you indoors. Bundle up as the weather cools down with this Autumn Garter Stitch Entrelac Scarf pattern. Gender-neutral hand knitted scarf patterns like this are great for everyone!

Autumn Garter Stitch Entrelac Scarf


  • Yarn Requirements: Worsted weight. 420 yds.
  • Featured Yarn: Opus 1 by Zitron - 100% Merino Wool (209yds / 100g)
  • 24” addi Lace® circular needles size 5.5mm (approx US 9)or size needed to obtain gauge, tapestry needle.

Skill Level:: Intermediate

Size: Finished piece measures approx 6” x 72”

Gauge: 16 sts and 32 rows = 4” x 4”

To save time, check your gauge and read all instructions thoroughly before beginning.

Cast on 18 sts.
Set up Triangles:
Row 1: K1, turn.
Row 2: K1, turn.
Row 3: Sl1, k1, turn.
Row 4: K2, turn.
Row 5: Sl1, k2, turn.
Row 6: K3, turn.
Row 7: Sl1, k3, turn.
Row 8: K4, turn.
Row 9: Sl1, k4, turn.
Row 10: K5, turn.
Row 11: Sl1, k5, do not turn.
Repeat Rows 1-11 two more times with remaining cast on stitches, then turn work.

Section A:
Increasing Triangle:
Row 1: K1, turn.
Row 2: KFB, turn.
Row 3: Sll1, skp, turn.
Row 4: K1, m1, k1, turn.
Row 5: Sl, k1, skp, turn.
Row 6: K1, m1, k2, turn.
Row 7: Sl1, k2, skp, turn.
Row 8: K1, m1, k3, turn.
Row 9: Sl1, k3, skp, turn.
Row 10: K1, m1, k4, turn.
Row 11: Sl1, k4, skp, do not turn.

Pick up 6 stitches along side of next row, turn.
Row 1: K6, turn.
Row 2: Sl1, k4, skp, turn.
Repeat Rows 1 & 2 five more times, do not turn.
Repeat Square one more time.

Decreasing Triangle:
Pick up 6 stitches along side of next row, turn.
Row 1: K6, turn.
Row 2: Sl1, k3, k2tog, turn.
Row 3: K5, turn
Row 4: Sl1, k2, k2tog, turn.
Row 5: K4, turn.
Row 6: Sl1, k1, k2tog, turn.
Row 7: K3, turn.
Row 8: Sl1, k2tog, turn.
Row 9: K2, turn.
Row 10: Skp, turn.
Row 11: K1.

Section B:
Pick up 5 stitches along triangle edge, and work square.
Work 2 more squares.
Repeat sections A & B until piece measures approximately 60“ (or until you have 5 yds of yarn remaining) ending after completing section A.

Top Triangle:
Turn work and pick up 5 stitches along edge, K1 from left needle and pass last picked up st over this stitch, turn
Row 1: k6, turn
Row 2: k2tog, k3, skp, turn.
Row 3: k5, turn
Row 4: k2tog, k2, skp, turn
Row 5: k4, turn
Row 6: k2tog, k1, skp, turn
Row 7: k3, turn.
Row 8: k2tog, skp, turn
Row 9: k2, turn.
Row 10: Sk2p.

Repeat 2 more times (you will not need to turn work to start next 2 top triangles).

Pull tail through last stitch to secure and weave in loose ends.

Blocking is recommended.

k knit
KFB knit through front and back of same loop (increases one stitch)
k2tog knit 2 stitches together
m1 Make 1 – insert left needle under horizontal strand between 2 stitches, k through back loop of strand. (increases one stitch)
p purl
sl1 slip one stitch
skp slip one stitch, knit one, pass slipped stitch over stitch just worked
sk2p slip one stitch, knit 2 stitches together as if to knit, pass slipped stitch over stitch just worked
st(s) stitch(es)

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Love this. I have been making entrelac dishcloths and they are fun. A scarf would look great with the right gradient colour yarn and I think I have just the right one for my tastes - muted greys, greens and blues. Not sure why it specifies circular needles when the most stitches you ever have on them at any time is 24.


I would certainly knit this scarf if I could get my hands around the stitch. My first try went okay until I put it down. Upon my return I had no idea where I left off or how to continue. Once again I will look up the instructions (which were posted here quite a few months ago, thank you) and give the scarf a try. It's certainly worth the effort!


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