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Super Easy Boa Scarf

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. You need 2 balls of yarn and size 9 (5.5 mm) needles.


  • Yarn: 2 balls of Bernat Boa (50 g / 1.75 oz)
  • Knitting Needles: Size 5½ mm (U.S. 9) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge.


14 sts and 17 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stocking st.


Approx. 6 x 49" [15 x 124.5 cm]


  • Cast on 23 sts.
  • Knit 4 rows.
  • Next row: (WS) K3. Purl to last 3 sts. K3.
  • Next row: Knit.
  • Rep last 2 rows until work from beg measures 48" [122 cm], ending with WS facing for next row.
  • Knit 4 rows. Cast off knitways.


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I personally just did this is a garter stitch (knit every row) and it turned out nice and soft. Can't wait until it's cold enough to see if it keeps my neck warm this winter.

What is so difficult it that beginners do not know the abbreviations off by heart and even if we did, we don't understand the language because we are beginners... What is so difficult to understand in that? When something says 'pattern for beginners' they really need to see things from a beginners view point, ie, we barely know what wool to get for what needle size...

WS- wrong side---RS right side-----K - Knit ----P-Purl---Beg- Beginning. What is so difficult to understand/

LOUSY directions for beginners. Whoever writes up these directions NEED to put the abbreviatons under the directions. Take some more time explaining for the beginners please! What the heck is WS ??

I have no idea what they mean.HELP!!!

I don't get it!

Yes I wish the instructions were written out in an easy to understand way.

Something like "Next row (WS) K3. Purl to last 3 sts. K3."is not something even remotely easy to a novice. We don't even understand that lingo! We need something to decipher the lingo used in knitting! Thanks, OHDAWNA


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