Man, that’s a lot of knit scarves

I think that maybe, just maybe, my scarf/cowl knit craze is starting to wind down. In case you missed any of them, check out recently knit scarves such as the chunky cowl, the simple scrap scarf, and the shimmery cowl. There’s patterns of all of these on my diy page, too! (Is that enough links for you?)

Now that you’re all caught up on scarves of knits’ past, here is the latest addition:

knit blue scarf

That’s right, look at that title pic! I remembered that I have tons of white board from my days as a student, and I should use it to my advantage rather than  have it collect dust in the closet. (plus I fear those sunny fence pictures are gone for the season)

These are actually second generation scarves. I made two others back before Christmas. I even commissioned some fabulous models to pose in them:

purple knit scarf

(but then I took their picture with my phone camera…)

red knit scarf

very nice ladies!

That’s all for today, thanks for stopping by!

cable knit scarves

8 Responses to Man, that’s a lot of knit scarves

  • Laura
    January 19, 2012

    This is GREAT!

  • cynthia
    October 4, 2013

    Love this cowl
    you got the pattern for this?
    I would love the make this pattern in a scarf…

    thanks

    • steph
      October 8, 2013

      Thank you, Cynthia! I actually never wrote the pattern down. I’ll definitely get on that though!

      • cynthia
        October 9, 2013

        That would be super. I REALLY love the pattern
        I know how to do the cable, but don’t know what stitches you used at the bottom and sides :(

        • steph
          October 16, 2013

          All I did at the bottom and sides was a garter stitch (knit every row). I think I knit 5 rows and then 2 stitches on each side. Hope that helps!!

          • cynthia
            October 17, 2013

            Super!! Thanks a lot :)

  • Maryjean healey
    December 29, 2013

    I don’t know how knit on round needles I have hard time with them could I make cowl neck scarf on straight needles.

    • steph
      December 29, 2013

      Hi Maryjean, yes you could definitely make these on straight needles. Cast on a strip about 9″ or 10″ wide and knit until you get to the desired length, cast off and sew the ends together into a loop. Good luck!

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