Spiral Scarf

Here is a simple pattern for creating a spiral scarf. We don't have a great picture. Can you make this and send a better picture to us?

Spiral Scarf

What you need

Size 7 needle (I used circular because its more comfy)
Lion Brand Micro Spun Yarn



Instructions

Cast on however many stitches it takes to make the scarf the length it will be in the end.

Knit one row.

K1 F&B (Front & Back) all the way down.

Then knit knit knit knit (garter stitch)

When you have it as wide as you like, K2 tog all the way across. Knit across once.
Bind off.

It should curl naturally, I didn’t stitch the edges together, but you can if you’d like.

Then add fringe. I used a crochet needle, and one thread of each color to create the fringe on the end of my scarf. Good times.

This project was contributed by Hyperfrec

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Comments

  1. I don’t know, it seems pretty cool, but I agree, where are you going to find knitting needles long enough to make the scarf as long as you want it? I’ll probably try it, following the pattern, but making it so I only cast on about 20-30 stitches, and keep knitting until I have the length of scarf I want. I looks good, though!

  2. WOWIE COOL!!!
    Except, where are we gonna find a super-dee LONG knittin kneedles to wrk w/?

  3. Yea I agree…are we working lengthwise instead of widthwise? or is it the other way around?

    \\mlh//

  4. Thank you for the free patterns

  5. Cast on however many stitches–this means your working lengthwise instead of widthwise?

  6. front and back of the stitch…knit into the front and then the back of the stitch…an increase.
    cute pattern.

  7. what is front and back?

  8. Wow, really simple pattern for something so cute!

  9. seems pretty cool. but the instructions arent to clear!!!
    P.S. Hi

  10. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says:

    Front and Back

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