Stupidly Easy Triangular Scarf
This is an extremely flexible pattern, intended to work with just about any DK-worsted yarn in your stash. It is a triangular scarf/shawl that starts at the centre of the back and expands as long and wide as you want to knit for. This one uses less than 2 skeins of Berocco Ultra Alpaca for a scarf that wraps once around the neck.
This pattern is more of a set of guidelines for personal customization rather than itemized instructions - if that’s not your cup of tea, please consider a different free pattern.
Circular needles are recommended.
Choose a needle size appropriate for the weight of the yarn you are knitting with, or 2-3 sizes larger for a looser scarf with more drape.
Note: the instructions are found on a past blog post of mine, and are quick to write down in a few lines on a piece of paper, or even to memorize. If you want a printed version and are having trouble printing a full blog post, I recommend doing a quick copy-and-paste of the text into your Word or other writing software.