This lovely scarf is super fast to knit, super easy to make, and super cozy, therefore it has earned the name Super Scarf!

I knit this scarf in about two hours, it’s perfect if you need a last minute gift and have some super bulky yarn laying around. Feel free to use this scarf knitting pattern for personal use, but do not use it commercially without contacting me first.

Super Scarf Pattern. Super fast, super easy, super warm. | ImaginAcres

Materials:

90 yards super bulky yarn (I used euroyarns brushtrokes mega wool)

Needles: US 17 /12.75mm

Cable needle

Sewing needle and thread

3-4 large buttons

Things to know:

CO: Cast on

K: Knit

P: Purl

Stockinette Stitch: Knit on the right side, purl on the wrong side

C12F: Cable 12 to the Front: When you hit this part, slip 6 stitches purl-wise onto a cable needle and hold in front of the work. Knit 6 stitches. Knit the 6 stitches off of the cable needle

C12B: Cable 12 to the Back: Slip 6 stitches purl-wise onto the cable needle and hold in back of the work. Knit 6 stitches. Knit the 6 stitches off of the cable needle

This pattern is repetitive; I’ve laid it all out for you this way so you can cross off rows when they’re completed and not lose your place.

Without further ado, let’s begin!

Super Scarf Knitting Pattern | ImaginAcres

 

Pattern:

CO 18 stitches

Row 1: knit

Row 2 purl

Repeat these two rows 6 times totaling twelve rows and ending with row 2

Next:

Begin your first cable row.

Cable back row: C12B, K6

Purl

6 rows of stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P)

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Cable front row: K6, C12F

Purl

6 rows of stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P)

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Cable Back row: C12B, K6

Purl

6 rows of stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P)

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Cable Front Row: K6, C12F

Purl

6 rows of stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P)

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Cable Back Row: C12B, K6

Purl

6 rows of stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P)

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Cable front row: K6, C12F

Purl

10 rows in stockinette stitch (K,P,K,P,K,P,K,P,K,P)

Finally:

Bind off

After binding off, sew 3-4 big buttons on the knit side of one end. There’s no need to knit buttonholes on this scarf because it’s so stretchy you can stick a button right through the holes.

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