The design for this hooded scarf is simple; if you can knit a rectangle, you can make this. The open braid stitch adds elegance, while the stockinette stitch adds warmth where its needed.
Chain stitch creates a soft texture in this free scarf knitting pattern in Bamboo yarn. Knit lengthwise on circular needles, the scarf is quick and easy.
Check out these Christmas hats to knit for the whole family! Think how fun it will be to wear the jester hats for your Christmas card photo, to the holiday parade, and everywhere else this Winter.
Want to learn how to knit a scarf? Beginner patterns like the diagonal baktus lace scarf are perfect!
With the help of a knitting board, knit a matching hat and scarf worthy of Boston winters.
A comfortable, slouchy cowl is a delightful way to keep warm and add a burst of color to your winter attire. Use this free knitting pattern and super-soft angora yarn to make a cowl.
Learn how to knit with this super-easy scarf knitting pattern for beginner. Wrap yourself up in a warm, homemade scarf this winter, which disguises any imperfections with a richly textured yarn.
Knit a pair of cozy boucle mittens and matching slouchy beret with this free mitten knitting pattern. You only need one ball of yarn to make these warm mittens for winter.
The design for this cable knit scarf pattern is timeless and a unique alternative to the traditional braided cable. Stay warm with this thick and long scarf with fringe this winter.
For all skill levels, try knitting an entire set of matching winter accessories. Set includes free knitting patterns for a cable detailed knit hat, mittens, scarf and socks.