Knit Two Hours or Less Scarf
This quick knit scarf will make you a master of the garter stitch, and you'll finish in no time.
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With this scarf knitting pattern, you can create a lovely scarf in two hours or less. The chunky yarn from Lion Brand Yarn will keep you warm and stylish through the winter. The fringe, created after knitting the scarf, is a nice touch and very easy to do. You can save this scarf for yourself or give it as a gift during the holiday season - it will surely come in handy during the cold winter months. You only need three skeins of yarn for this projects, so you won't break the bank trying to complete this project. Gather up three of your favorite yarn colors and start working on this project - it's one of the easiest free knitting patterns you can make.
Gauge8 stitches = 4" (10 cm) in Garter stitch (knit every stitch on every row) with 3 strands (1 strand each of A, B, and C) held together.
- Lion Brand VANNA'S CHOICE (Art. #860)
- Antique Rose 1 ball (A)
- Purple Mist 1 ball (B)
- Taupe 1 ball (C)
- Knitting needles size 19 (15 mm)
- Large-eyed blunt needle
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Knit Two Hour or Less Free Scarf Pattern
The best thing about this free knit scarf pattern is that it can be worked up in less than an afternoon. So, the next time you stay in due to the weather, spend those hours stitching up something to keep you warm. Comfy, cozy, and crazy easy to knit, this free knitting pattern is a favorite of our readers. It is easy to see why! If the color scheme shown does not match your winter gear, you could easily use different colored yarn to personalize this pretty knit accessory. Plus, since this pattern only take 2 hours to knit, you could easily knit a whole set in several colors, making sure you're warm and color-cordindated for the entire season.
With 1 strand of A, B and C held together, cast on 16 stitches. Work in Garter stitch (knit every stitch on every row) until piece measures about 45" (114.5 cm) from beginning. Bind off.
Weave in ends.
For each Fringe cut 2 lengths of each color, 22" (56 cm) long. Fold strands in half, pull fold through end of Scarf. Pull strands through fold and tighten. Make 8 Fringe along each end of Scarf.
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