Hello, Houndstooth Knitted Scarf Pattern

$5.50

This pattern is designed for use with 6 skeins total of our Luster Sport yarn.  Sample is shown with 2 skeins each of Peach Blossom Pink, Spearmint and Clear Sky Blue. The yarn is held double throughout the project, so another option is to use a DK or Worsted weight yarn and hold the yarn single-stranded throughout the project. This scarf looks fun and funky in multiple colors like shown, but would also be incredibly handsome and wearable in neutral shades. If using DK or Worsted weight, you'll still need 850 yards total, so for a 3-color scarf, you'll still need 2 skeins of each color/6 skeins total.

Why You'll Adore This Scarf:

•This scarf is knit in-the-round, as a tube shape so is thick and cozy and cuddly. You'll love it!

•Intermediate to advanced level. You'll need to know how to work fairisle (or be willing to learn), while holding the yarn strands double throughout the project. Challenging and fun and oh-so-worth it for this beautiful piece.

•To simplify, you can hold dk or worsted weight yarn single and stick with just 2 shades for the entire scarf instead of switching colors as shown. Your choice. How much of a challenge are you up for?

•A fancy fringe closes up the edges of the tube so it lays flat and stays put without curling up!

Designed by Emily Walton

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting! You're going to love this one!

Chandi

 

Full Description

This pattern is designed for use with 6 skeins total of our Luster Sport yarn.  Sample is shown with 2 skeins each of Peach Blossom Pink, Spearmint and Clear Sky Blue. The yarn is held double throughout the project, so another option is to use a DK or Worsted weight yarn and hold the yarn single-stranded throughout the project. This scarf looks fun and funky in multiple colors like shown, but would also be incredibly handsome and wearable in neutral shades. If using DK or Worsted weight, you'll still need 850 yards total, so for a 3-color scarf, you'll still need 2 skeins of each color/6 skeins total.

Why You'll Adore This Scarf:

•This scarf is knit in-the-round, as a tube shape so is thick and cozy and cuddly. You'll love it!

•Intermediate to advanced level. You'll need to know how to work fairisle (or be willing to learn), while holding the yarn strands double throughout the project. Challenging and fun and oh-so-worth it for this beautiful piece.

•To simplify, you can hold dk or worsted weight yarn single and stick with just 2 shades for the entire scarf instead of switching colors as shown. Your choice. How much of a challenge are you up for?

•A fancy fringe closes up the edges of the tube so it lays flat and stays put without curling up!

Designed by Emily Walton

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting! You're going to love this one!

Chandi

 

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Houndstooth scarf
1 Star

I would love to submit a review to this pattern I purchased but I never received the pattern download for it, rather only an empty email.

Houndstooth scarf
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I would love to be able to answer your review request for this pattern I ordered but I the email you sent after purchase did not include the pattern.

LOVE!
5 Stars

I can't wait to try this pattern!

Houndstooth knitted scarf
5 Stars

The colors are stunning in this vintage knit pattern making it look quite modern and very wearable today.

Houndstooth Scarf
5 Stars

Haven't knitted as yet but have read the pattern and looking forward to making next