Quick and Easy Knit Fringed Scarf

A scarf wraps you in style and warmth all at once! This fringed scarf uses two solid colors to create a vertical stripe.


Skill Level: Easy

Finished Size: Approximately 8 x 62 inches, excluding fringe

Related Article: Common Knitting Abbreviations

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What You Need
  • Coats & Clark Red Heart Light & Lofty, 100% acrylic, bulky-weight yarn (6 ounces per skein): 1 skein each of Puff (9316) for A and Cafe au Lait (9334) for B
  • Size 15 (10 mm) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Size N/15 (10 mm) crochet hook
Gauge

In Pattern, 10 sts and 12 rows = 4 inches/10 cm. TAKE TIME TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE!

Special Abbreviations

Sl 2-p: With yarn on WS of fabric, slip next 2 stitches purlwise.

With A, cast on 20 sts.
Row 1 (WS): With A, purl.
Row 2: With B, k1; (sl 2-p, k4) across, ending k1.
Row 3: With B, k1; (p4, sl 2-p) across, ending k1.
Row 4: With A, k1; (k4, sl 2-p) across, ending k1.
Row 5: With A, k1; (sl 2-p, p4) across, ending k1.
Row 6: With B, k3; (sl 2-p, k4) across to last 5 sts, sl 2-p, k3.
Row 7: With B, k1, p2; (sl 2-p, p4) across to last 5 sts, sl 2-p, p2, k1.
Rows 8-9: With A, rep Rows 2-3.
Rows 10-11: With B, rep Rows 4-5.
Rows 12-13: With A, rep Rows 6-7.
Rep Rows 2-13 for pattern until piece measures approx 62 inches from beg, ending with Row 5 or Row 11. With A, bind off loosely and knitwise.

Fringe
Cut 2 strands of A measuring approx 24 inches long. Holding strands tog, fold in half to form a loop. With WS of scarf facing and crochet hook, take loop through first stitch at right edge. Take ends through loop and pull up to form a knot. Add 11 fringes to each end. Trim ends.

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