Saturday, November 03, 2012

Marley Scarf Free Knitting Pattern


I was thrilled to get in some much needed knitting time this weekend.  I have several larger projects going, so this quick and ultra chunky Marley scarf was just right for some "instant gratification" knitting. The scarf takes just a couple hours and I love the self striping nature of Marley - not something you often see in an ultra bulky yarn.

Completed Scarf Measures: 5.5 x 70"

You will need:
Marley Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
Cast on 7 stitches
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Knit 1, (yarn over, knit 1). Repeat between ( ) across.
Row 3: Knit stitches and drop the yarn overs created on the previous row - you should have 7 stitches on the needle when you complete this row.
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until only 1 yard of yarn remains. Bind off and weave in yarn ends. Give a gentle tug on both ends of the scarf to allow the dropped stitches to fall into place.

12 comments:

  1. Great pattern! Do people really have size 35 needles lying around!? I'll have to add them to my Christmas list.

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    1. I do haha. I've had mine for a few years tho haha
      They are hard to find now. Good luck!

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  2. Anonymous11/04/2012

    Trying to print this!

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  3. Anonymous11/05/2012

    Is there any place online that I can go to to learn how to knit?? I crochet, but I'd like to know how to knit.

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    1. Anonymous11/08/2012

      Hi, Two books that really helped me alot in the very beginnig were : 'The Knit Stitch' and "The Purl Stitch' both by Sally Melville. I am self taught for the most part and these books
      are excellent in descriptions and lots of photos. I highly reccomend them for a beginer. And you cane probably find them used on Amazon. Happy knitting!

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  4. Anonymous11/06/2012

    Try YouTube - that's how I learned to crochet.

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  5. You saved my Christmas!! This weekend my nieces and nephew came over to visit, and as they rushed in they all said "I want a scarf and socks!!". Oh my. I think they may not realize it takes me , like.... 7 1/2 years to finish a pair of socks, but maybe I can do scarves. I have already finished two of these this morning, YAY!!! I will buy socks. Christmas is saved ;-) Thank you!!

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  6. Anonymous11/18/2012

    Do you have an online tutorial for beginners?? I really like the design but have no clue how to do it?? Help please?

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  7. We will be adding a tutorial very soon!

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  8. Anonymous11/18/2012

    Would you be able to post a link once you do so? Thanks!

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  9. Anonymous8/16/2013

    How do you print the free patterns? I have purchased the yarn from you to knit the pattern but would like to be able to print the pattern.

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    1. The entire pattern is written above, just print the page. :)

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