I don’t know about you, but it’s cold here–like the kind of cold that makes you question your sanity. “I could go to the store for groceries or I could lie here and slowly die of hunger because starvation is less painful than the windchill.”
Also the thermostat in my office has two settings: Oh, Hey That’s What Menopause Feels Like or Everyone Can See My Nipples.
To fend off the cold, I decided to make myself an extra warm, colorblock scarf.
Things you will need:
3 skeins Rowan Creative Focus worsted weight yarn (I used ebony, natural and magenta). Any worsted weight yarn works.
1 pair of size 10 needles.
A tapestry needle for seaming.
A warm beverage of choice.
Maybe you tipple a little something into it, just to keep you warm of course.
1. Look at this picture of Ioan Gruffudd. You’re welcome.
2. CO 3 stitches.
3. Kfb in the first stitch, K to end
4. K2tog, K to last stitch, Kfb
Repeat steps 3 & 4 till the scarf the size you want.
For mine, I did 80 rows in ebony, 5 in natural and 60 in magenta. You could add more rows and make yourself a shawl as well.
That’s it! That’s all you need for a woolly, toasty scarf.
Wait, you want more knitting patterns? We are here to help!
You can also find knitting patterns for:
- The Smart Bitches Outlandish Cowl
- The Smart Bitches Outlandish Arm Warmers
- The Smart Bitches Last Minute Neck Warmer
- The Smart Bitches Two Hour Scarf – includes knitting & crochet instructions
- The Smart Bitches Lacy Cowl
- The Think Pink Cowl