An Ounce of Flounce Ruffled Scarf
This ruffled scarf or scarflette is an excellent stashbuster. You can make it with stripes (and use up scraps of yarn) or even make it all in one solid color. It has just the right amount of ruffles at its edge to keep it interesting without it being overly frilly.
Also, the ruffles are knit first as a part of the scarf so they do not have to be added on or attached at the end. The scarf has a slight curve to it which enhances both the ruffles as well as the way it drapes when worn around your neck.
The scarf with the aqua stripes was made from Malabrigo Arroyo yarn in the colorways Pocion and Reflecting Pool. This yarn is very soft and has wonderful drape and stitch definition.
Ravelry user justquiltin made her lovely scarf (2nd photo) using Manos del Uruguay Serena yarn in the colorways Wildflower and Oyster.
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY:
Beginner to Advanced Beginner
STITCHES AND TECHNIQUES YOU NEED TO KNOW:
You should be able to knit and purl stitches as well as knit two stitches together (k2tog) and purl two stitches together (p2tog) in order to complete this scarflette.
The scarf measures approximately 28” in length by 5” in width.