Braided Celtic Knot Scarf by Kristen McDonnell

Braided Celtic Knot Scarf

Knitting
March 2020
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Parallelogram Stitch
US 11 - 8.0 mm
192 - 230 yards (176 - 210 m)
32" to 40" Circumference
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For a little luck of the Irish, knit up my Braided Celtic Knot Scarf! I love all the different combinations of knitted Celtic Cables and this interwoven design is a fun one. Wear it as an Infinity Scarf or cover your shoulders for a mock Shrug. It’s definitely a statement piece!

Inspired by my new Knit Stitch Pattern Book, experienced beginners will confidently knit this scarf up while learning a few extra techniques along the way. Enjoy knitting 3 textured patterns which include the simple Garter Stitch, Stockinette Stitch, and a large swath of the graphic Parallelogram Stitch.

Please enjoy my step-by-step instructions, knitting techniques, materials, video tutorial, and printable knitting pattern, all included on my website Studio Knit.

Watch my Video Tutorial on my channel Studio Knit to see exactly how this scarf knits up.


  • Yarn – Bulky Weight #5 – Feel free to use any fiber and colors of your choice. (192 – 230 yards) (150 – 180 grams) My Scarf Sample was knit in Cascade 128 Superwash Merino Wool (841 Moss)
  • Knitting Needles – Size 11 US (8 mm) – Straight or Circular 12″ or longer in length
  • Blocking Mats (optional). I used my favorite Extra Thick KnitIQ Blocking Mats
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

Height: 9” Parallelogram Scarf / 12” including Celtic Knot

Width:
32” Circumference: Small/Medium (5 Parallelogram Repeats)
36” Circumference: Large/XL (6 Parallelogram Repeats)
40” Circumference: XXL/XXXL (7 Parallelogram Repeats)

Scarf Construction: The knitted scarf is created from the side-to-side on straight needles. To make things even easier, this scarf is knitted in one piece, rather than sewing separate pieces together.