Celebration Scarf by Pattymac Knits

Celebration Scarf

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September 2014
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, before blocking
US 15 - 10.0 mm
80 - 120 yards (73 - 110 m)
Long or Extra Long
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Meet the Celebration Scarf. If knit in the the suggested yarn, it creates the prettiest and most unique scarf you’ve ever seen. It can be rather chilly in the summer air conditioning, so keep warm while looking cool in this lovely scarf.

The scarf is knit using simply knits and purls, because simple stitches let unique yarns sing. No two skiens of this yarn are the same, so your finished knit will be unique in all the world. And because of the multicolor colorway, it will match pretty much anything.

This darling scarf can be made long or super uber long. It’s up to you! As shown, the scarf is made using two skeins of yarn. You can easily add a third or even a fouth skein of yarn if you’re going for a super long scarf. It’s still a quick knit project even if you add the extra skein or two.

Making this scarf lets you enjoy the process of knitting, and it’s a great project for a new knitter. The yarn will be delivered to you in hank form, so you will need to wind it into a ball or a cake in order to knit with it. Don’t flip if this is something new for you. Plenty of videos are out there to help you with the process. Wrapping the open hank around a chair back will keep it free from tangles, and then you will wind it into a ball. If you already have a swift and ball winder, then you will sail through this process.

Gauge is not terribly important for this project. Working with the concept of gauge can be hard to understand for a newbie knitter, so this is a project that can be made with confidence without worrying about that. CO the recommended number of stitches onto the size 15US needle and follow the easy to understand instructions.

As pictured, the scarf used 2 skeins, but you can add another one or two. It depends on how long of a scarf you’re interested in making. Though I released this pattern with summer knitting in mind, it’s also great for the spring.