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Dark Forest Knitted Scarf – Free Pattern & Video Tutorial

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf, Free Pattern & Video Tutorial: Learn how to make this lovely scarf or neck warmer by following the pattern and video instructions.

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf and video tutorial, Dark Forest Knitted Scarf - Free Pattern & Video Tutorial. Learn how to make this lovely knitted scarf by following the free pattern and video instructions

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A knitted scarf, neckwarmer, or cowl, however you would name yours, I have a short and easy pattern to share with everyone, and is to create this cute and little knitted scarf that I decided to name Dark Forest because of the combination of colors.

Don’t want to make it and prefer to buy it instead? Buy it here: Dark Forest

You can make it in four different sizes, using two strands of yarn of different colors to create contrast or sing the same color to obtain a solid color. Is worked in ribbed stitch and so is really easy for any new or experienced knitter to finish.

Also, because is rather a short scarf, it can be finished in one day (or less).

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf free pattern and video tutorial. Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern & Video Tutorial. Learn how to make this lovely knitted scarf by following the free pattern and video instructions

I made the Medium size for myself, and as you can see, it doubles as a cute poncho for a Toddler!

What you need to know about the Dark Forest Knitted Scarf:

Skill level: Beginner

Materials:

  • Knitting needles number 13.
  • 2 colors of worsted yarn
  • Large eyed sewing needle (to weave in ends)
  • Scissors

Gauge: using the ribbing stitch specified in the pattern, working double strand. 7 rows by 7 stitches = 2 inches ( 5.08 cm approx)

Stitches Used:

 

(Click on links to watch video tutorials for each stitch used)

Sizes:

  • S – Small (child)
  • M – Medium (teenager or small adult)
  • L – Large (adult)
  • XL – (large adult)

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf free pattern and video tutorial. Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern & Video Tutorial. Learn how to make this lovely knitted scarf by following the free pattern and video instructions

 

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf free pattern and video tutorial. Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern & Video Tutorial. Learn how to make this lovely knitted scarf by following the free pattern and video instructions

Using 2 strands of yarn,

CO 20 st. (S) 22 st. (M) 24 st. (L) 26 st. (XL)

Row 1: K1, P1
Row 2 and after: K1, P1

Continue working the K1, P1 ribbing until you reach your desired length or follow the suggestions for the different sizes specified bellow.

Small: 15 inches (Approx. 38.1 cm)

Medium: 18 inches (Approx. 46 cm)

Large: 20 inches (Approx. 51 cm)

Xtra Large: 25 inches (Approx. 63 cm)

Bind off, leaving a long tail to sew sides.

Join sides and sew together following video instructions.

Cut yarn following the video instructions to use it for fringe. Then attach to the scarf.

 

Don’t forget to post your finished projects on Ravelry, on the Craftytuts Facebook page, or use the hashtag #craftytuts or #darkforestscarf on any Social Media. I’d LOVE to see your creations.

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf free pattern and video tutorial. Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Free Pattern & Video Tutorial. Learn how to make this lovely knitted scarf by following the free pattern and video instructions

Dark Forest Knitted Scarf Video Tutorial

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Dark Forest Knitted Scarf – Free Pattern & Video Tutorial”

  • I am curious as to how you made the brown yarn “curly.” I love the pattern, but especially the contrast of the fringe.

    • The reason why the brown yarn is curly is because is previously used yarn. I was working on designing another pattern that went wrong, so I unmade all the stitches and rolled my yarn into a ball and then used it again to make this design. Because the yarn was knitted with, then became curly.
      If you want to make it curly, you could crochet just come chain stitches, let it alone for a couple of days for the curls to set, unravel them and then use them.

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