Simple Things in Life – Free Knitted Scarf Pattern

Hello, my fabulous fiber friend! So glad you’re here!

I hope you are ready for another freeee pattern because I have one for ya.

Introducing the FREE Simple Things in Life Knitted Scarf Pattern! Ready to just get started? DOWNLOAD THE PDF here by adding to your cart and completing checkout. Absolutely no charge, of course. 

This pattern is designed for use with 2 skeins of our Pearlescent Worsted yarn in colorway: Sea Breeze. Choose any color you like, though. You’ll need US Size 11 (8.00 mm) needles.

The yarn is held double throughout the scarf. Don’t have worsted weight? Dk weight will work as well. Truly, any yarn weight could be used. Just adjust the needle size if you desire, do a small swatch to see if you like the look you’re getting and then proceed. Want it wider or thinner? Cast on more or fewer stitches!

Why You’ll Love This Scarf!

•Easy! Simple ribbing makes for mindless, comfort knitting. Great for knit nights and travel.

•Need a gift soon? Here ya go. Whip this out in a few hours. It’s thick. It’s quick.

•No worries of running out of yarn. Just stop knitting whenever you like.

•Go wild with your colors! Hold two different colors together for a heathered look.

•A great pattern for beginners. You can do this!

•Any yarn will do the trick. 

•Width and length are easy to adjust.

You may sell the items you make using my patterns. I just ask that you link back to my shop. Thanks!free knitted scarf pattern - Simple Things in Life

Enjoy your knitting!free knitted scarf pattern - Simple Things in Life

And have a GREAT day!

free knitted scarf pattern - Simple Things in Life

Chandi

P.S. Download the PDF for this awesome pattern here.

By | 2017-09-29T14:28:00+00:00 September 29th, 2017|Finished Objects, Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Scarves and Cowls|1 Comment

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  1. Jeffrey Dively September 30, 2017 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    I’m sorry I’ve been having trouble leaving a comment. I’m new to your blog and my big fingers sometime touch the worng keys. So hopefully I’m successful this time. Here I go again: knitting & crocheing has been calming for me relieving my life-long diagnosis of anxiety and panic attacks. I have been doing these projects since my childhood. About 13 the anxiety panic attacks seemed to start. My Mother was very instrumental in me having me start knitting and crocheing. That came around when therapy didn’t work. I’m now over fifty and have used knitting and crocheing as great therapy instead of medications. The greatest thing is the end product I have a wonderful feeling of acompplishment and calm
    THANK GOODNESS for knitting and crocheing.

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