I totally have a thing for chunky scarves. Almost all of my Pinterest style inspiration pins feature great jackets topped with big, knit scarves. I think a great scarf really pulls an outfit together. I’ve been reaching for this particular scarf on a daily basis ever since I knit it, which makes it a winner in my book!
The basketweave stitch is so easy (even for beginners!) and it creates a pretty, woven effect. It’s created by knitting clusters of Knit and Purl stitches for a set amount of rows and then reversing the order of the stitches. If you can Knit and Purl, you can make this scarf!
For finishing touches, I dug into my scrap bin to make the fringe. I chose several bulky weight yarns in similar colors. Not only was this a great scrap busting project, I think the contrasting colors really compliment the scarf. I like how this scarf is neutral, but not boring. I hope you guys enjoy the pattern. Happy Knitting!
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Free Knitting Pattern
Cast on 24 sts.
Rows 1-6: Knit 6 sts, Purl 6 sts, Knit 6 sts, Purl 6 sts.
Rows 7-12: Purl 6 sts, Knit 6 sts, Purl 6 sts., Knit 6 sts
Repeat these 12 rows until piece measures 46 inches from the cast on edge.
Fringe: Cut 3 strands each 20 inches long. Fold in half, insert through stitch and pull ends through loop.
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