Brioche stitch can be heavy and dense. In this two-color flat brioche knitting scarf pattern, laceweight yarn is held double, creating a light-as-a-feather brioche scarf for men.
Learn to do lace AND catch and fix all common beginner lace mistakes – I supply 4 free videos to help you learn.
This is Jared Flood’s Noro Scarf Pattern, written here to make a scarf 5.5 inches wide.
This is a beginner scarf for knitters just learning to do 1×1 rib. Knit this scarf in aran- or bulky-weight yarn. Using bulky yarn will make the project go faster, and the scarf will be a more… well, bulky. Use a kettle-dyed or variegated yarn to make a simple scarf completely elegant.
It’s so rugged and burly, I actually just like to call it “man-stitch.” Why? In a chunky yarn this is a perfect stitch for a guy’s scarf or sweater, and it’s super-easy – but not boring – to knit.
The perfect scarf for learning how to knit. Soft, colorful, and scrumptious, this simple scarf is a luxury because of the Misti Alpaca “dyed-to-the-stitch” yarn. Watch videos every step of the way with our free Learn-to-Knit Class.
I designed this scarf when staying up all night before my first TV appearance. I needed an easy scarf that my local KUTV 2 News host, Mary, could wear. I created a scarf to be knit in 3 hours. Garter stitch is for beginners, but your hands will get a workout!
Learn to double-knit with this easy charted heart-or-checkerboard scarf pattern. Knit up in a super-bulky wool, the project goes quickly so you can see your progress.