The Penny Scarf


I have been having so much fun making these little scarves! They are simple and quick to finish, perfect knitting while on a Netflix marathon. I also think they are quite stylish, and look great on everyone! I made the one shown above using Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed. Once I finished it, I started one in a beautiful white, made from her Cashmerino Aran Yarn. This pattern will knit wonderfully in any Aran weight yarn you love. Of course , we would love for you to purchase some yarn from us, so you can do that through the links below. But we are giving you the pattern for FREE.

Debbie Bliss Donegal Tweed Aran in Charcoal

Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran in Off White

Click the link below to download a PDF version of our pattern:

The Penny Scarf

If you are having trouble getting the pattern, I am sorry and I am not sure why. I can tell that it is working for most people because I can see how many times it has been downloaded. Make sure you have Adobe Acrobat so you can open a PDF. If you still have trouble. please leave me a NICE comment and I would be happy to email you a copy directly.

and just for good measure here is another copy of The Penny Scarf pattern.

We hope you enjoy making them as much as we are!

Here is a sneak peek of the white one I am working on now, what do you think?!

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21 thoughts on “The Penny Scarf

  1. I adore this! So chic! As a ‘just a little more than a beginner’ knitter, I am going to try this. Now that the Christmas frenzy is almost over I think I’ll have some time to do something for ‘me’, and this will be the first on the list.

  2. Thanks for this pattern. I have been knitting a scarf that looks just like this for about 30 years. My pattern says to use 8 or 9 needles and knit as you are to start but use only 18 sts. I have been looking to see if I could see another pattern like this. I am looking forward to knitting your patters.

  3. If I need 34 st for rib where do I get the other 17 f rom patern does not state how much to come down to. Or if I have to pick up stiches. Then on the other side how to get rid of 17 st to work up to 34 again then drop down again very confuced for beginer.

    • Look a little closer at the picture provided and read the instructions again. You will have 17 stitches on 2 separate needles that you are knitting across from each other at the same time. 17 stitches on each side equals a total of the 34 stitches you started with. You are just splitting them into the two needles.

  4. Oh! What a lovely surprise!! We used to knit these warm scarfs back in the ’50s (I was still a teenager back then) and just last winter, I tried and tried to remember how we used to knit the loop part..Try and try again, at last I succeeded. So you can imagine how pleased I am to have the actual pattern again after 60 years . THANK YOU SO MUCH.. 🙂

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