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Candy Cane Scarf

Knit a soft and bright scarf that's perfect for the holiday season! This candy-cane-striped scarf is made with pom-pom yarn so it works up quickly and has a fun texture.  Kids of all ages will love wearing this scarf, and you'll love how easy it is to make.  This pattern makes a great stocking stuffer and is a quick and easy last minute gift for anyone on your list.

Candy Cane Scarf

Materials:

  • 1 ball Red Heart® “Spark-a-Doodle™” yarn in Reddy
  • 1 ball Red Heart® “Spark-a-Doodle™” yarn in White Cloud
  • 5.5mm [US 9] knitting needles
  • Yarn needle

 

Gauge: Gauge is not important for this project.
 
Special Abbreviation:  KFB = K into front and back of next st.

 

Instructions:
For color changes, do not cut yarn; instead, carry unused yarn along edge of scarf.
When working with Spark-a-Doodle™, work sts with yarn between pompoms. Do not pull pompoms through sts.
Scarf measures 4" x 46", or desired length.

  1. With A, make a slip knot.
     
  2. Row 1: KFB – 2 sts.
     
  3. Rows 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12: K across.
     
  4. Row 3: KFB, K to end – 3 sts.
     
  5. Rows 5, 7, 9, 11, 13: Repeat Row 3 – 8 sts.
     
  6. Rows 14-15: With B, K across.
     
  7. Rows 16-17: With A, K across.
     
  8. Repeat Rows 14-17 until Scarf is 42” long, or desired length.
     
  9. Next Row: With A, K2tog, K to end – 7 sts.
     
  10. Next Row: K across.
     
  11. Repeat last 2 rows until 1 st remains on needle. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
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What! Is this yarn with pompoms. I have never seen this. I need to go check this out and start knitting again because I would love to make these as gifts and these remind me of the Christmas season and anyone from kids to adults would love these, Going on my list,

How fun is this scarf! I've used some specialty yarn, but never pom-pom yarn. It sounds very easy to make, too.

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