Fox Scarf Knitting Pattern
This fox scarf knitting pattern is a fun take on the fox stoles that were considered the height of glamour in the 1920's and 30's. I always found the original ones kind of creepy and sad, so I decided to do my own cruelty free take on it! This scarf may look complicated but it's actually pretty easy to knit. It's a combination of garter stitch mixed in with some ribbing. A hidden loop under the fox head holds the tail in place while you're wearing it. I think this little guy turned out pretty cute and best of all, no foxes were harmed in the making of this scarf! Happy knitting!
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Free Fox Scarf Knitting Pattern
Cast on 2 stitches (linen)
Knit in Garter Stitch increasing 1 stitch at every other end until you have 32 stitches
Switch color to charcoal grey
Knit in Garter Stitch until piece measures 9 inches from the beginning point.
Knit 2 stitches together 3 times, work across row to last 6 stitches, Knit 2 stitches together 3 times (26 stitches)
Work in K1, P1 ribbing for 6 ½ inches
Switch to Garter Stitch and work for 20 inches for adult size (for child's size knit until 16 ½ inches)
Switch color to linen
Knit 4 rows in Garter Stitch
Knit 2 stitches together at the beginning of each row until you are left with 5 stitches.
Knit the 5 stitches in Garter Stitch for 4 inches. Bind off
|[The scarf is worked from the bottom of the tail to the head]|
|[This is the face end with the Garter Stitch tab]|
|[To finish: fold the tab under and sew in place. The end of the tail goes through this loop, holding it in place]|
|[To make the ears: Cast on 14 stitches. Knit 1 row. Knit 2 stitches together at the beginning of each row until 1 stitch remains. Bind off]|
|[Sew the ears on]|
|[Sew the eyes on]|