Autumn Garter Stitch Entrelac Scarf

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: Sl1, 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!

all the instructions are clear including abbreviations but sll1 is not clear, what and how to do it,

@andalcio01 2161589 "sll1" was actually a typo and should read "sl1". It has been fixed now on the pattern above. Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts


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