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Beginner Montgomery Scarf

By: Tricksy Knitter

Learn how to knit this gorgeous beginner Montgomery Scarf with free knitting patterns. Keep warm and trendy with a homemade scarf.

You can find this beginner knit pattern, along with several other easy knitting patterns, in our free eBook, Learn How to Knit for Beginners:  27 Easy Knitting Patterns.

Beginner Montgomery Scarf


  • 2 x 100g (136 yds each) Knit Picks Comfy Bulky (shown in Vinca)
  • supplies
  • 5.0 mm needles
  • tension/gauge
  • 16 stitches = 4 inches


Finished size: Approximately 6.5 x 80 inches
(instructions given for modifying dimensions)


  1. Cast on 25 sts. If you want to change the width of the scarf, increase or decrease the number of stitches by 2’s.
  2. Rows 1-4: Knit.
  3. Row 5: *K2tog, yo; rep from * until 1 st remains on left needle, k1.
  4. Rows 6-9: Knit.
  5. Rows 10, 12, 14: Purl.
  6. Row 11, 13: Knit.
  7. Repeat these 14 rows, ending with row 9, until scarf is the desired length. (Approximately 60 - 80 inches).
  8. Bind off.



  • k knit
  • p purl
  • k2tog put the tip of right needle through the first two needles on the left needle and knit them together
  • yo bring yarn from back to front over right needle
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love this scarf - and that the instructions are right there to be found. simplicity in itself that way

I LOVE this pattern!! But how come I always end up losing a stitch when I complete row 5?? somebody please help so I can make this scarf.....

Hi jens2016! We recommend asking our active Facebook community for help, as well. Maybe someone over there has tried this pattern out. Hope that helps and good luck! -Kaylee, Editor of

I started knitting this tonight with Merino wool, and it looks fabulous. It bunches up a little, doesn't stay flat. Does this need to be blocked, or am I doing something wrong?

here's a pic

I am new to knitting and confused. Row five says to repeat until down to 1 st, Then Rows 6 through 9 to knit... knit what? 1 stitch?

It means knit the whole row.

I found two sites with the Fingerless glove pattern: or here:

I want the pattern for the gloves also.

I would love to knit the matching fingerless gloves. Is there a pattern for these?

Very simple to make but looks great

lovely..buying yarn for this there a glove pattern (or where can I find one)...very sweet

I dont know how to knit but i want to ! :(

I would also like to know where I can find pattern for mittens to match the scarf? You would think that showing the matching scarf and mittens, they would show pattern for both.

where can i find the mittens to match this beautiful scarf ?

I really like the scarf pattern. Next time I will try knitting Rows 1-14 three times then fill the rest with stockenette and finish of with rows 1-14 twice and row 1-9 once.


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