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?!
I am currently making our Peacock Scarf in a completely different yarn than the original I made years ago. I absolutely adore it so far! What do you think? I am using a DK weight bamboo. It totally confirms for me the idea that this scarf is truly beautiful when knit from any number of yarns. This pattern has been more popular on the internet than I had ever imagined when I first put it out there for free! While looking through the comments, I noticed that some people were confused by the third row. There are a series of P3tog (purl 3 toether) decreases, that many were worried would shrink the scarf in width. All of these decreases have a YO (yarn over) that precedes and follows them. Therefore you are decreasing2 stitches with the P3 tog and than adding them back with the yarn overs. To help any of you who are confused, we have made two short You Tube video that are below. Whether you are making this scarf or not, they will help you anytime you are doing a Yarn Over(YO). I cannot wait to finish this scarf!
This adorable little hat is here just in time for Easter! Any beginner can knit this, it is super easy. The pattern is sized for a newborn up to 1 year old. A very pretty addition to your little ladies Sunday outfit. Any Aran weight yarn will do, we used Karabella Aurora 8. To print the free pattern, click on the link below. Enjoy!
Ribbon Baby Bonnet
We are loving the beauty and simplicity of this scarf! We are offering the pattern as a freebie for you! This is a scarf that will knit up pretty quickly as you watch your favorite movie. Wear it around and every one will ask where it came from. We used a beautiful french yarn called songe, but there anything with a similar gauge will do. You will need 2 balls, some needles and off you go! Enjoy!
Note, since we originally posted this pattern, songe has been discontinued. We have provided the Yarndex link above so you can see the exact gauge to find something similar. We have made this scarf in many yarns, even different gauges. Sometimes the result is shorter and a little wider, but it is always beautiful! We found that bamboo and silk blends work a great!
Click here to download the pattern:Romantic Ruffle scarf
This scarf is one of my very favorites! I wear it all of the time!! If you are a little scared by cables but want the fancy look of them, this is a great pattern. It is very easy to make, and I love the look. I used Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk yarn, but any Aran weight yarn will give you the same look. You will need 2 to 3 balls depending on how long you like your scarves, I used 3 50 gram balls. I added fringe, but that is optional.Enjoy!
Mock Cable Scarf