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Reversible Knitted Holiday Scarf


I love patterns for scarves that are reversible, because they look beautiful on both sides. The pattern that I am sharing with you today is just that - same on both sides. On top of being identical on both sides, it is also very easy to knit. It is perfect even for advanced (or talented) beginners. All you need to know is how to cast on, how to do a knit stitch, how to do a purl stitch and how to bind off. That is all. Easy. Simple. Beautiful. If you are a novice knitter try to knit a washcloth, a scarf or a shrug. If you are and adventurer use this pattern for a blanket.

Knitters who would like to look at a quick visual video for reference (for lefties and righties), CLICK HERE to see my HandMade-Rukodelky Facebook Page - and then click on videos located in menu bar. Or here are direct links for this 4 minute visual videos: RIGHTIES CLICK HERE and LEFTIES CLICK HERE

Knitters who would like to see video of a narrated long version of this project (which is uploaded on YouTube) click on either link below:

RIGHTIES CLICK HERE
LEFTIES CLICK HERE


And lastly - my free written pattern is below.

Note: If you knit for people you may sell your product made from any of my patterns, but please do not claim my pattern as yours. And all I ask you - please reference me. I work hard for all of you - without a pay, so play nice :-)
Enjoy.

Size:
Make your own size

Materials (if you shop via affiliated links below you could help fund my future projects TXS):
Michaels on line store, OR Hobby Lobby, OR Jo-Ann Fabrics, OR Walmart

Yarn: Use any yarn of your choice. I used 3 balls of Cascade Yarns, Bollicine, Holiday; a blend of 70% merino wool & 30% acrylic; color 22 - red; 50 gr/1.76 oz; 125m/136 yd.  (sold in specialty stores only)
Knitting Needles: Use a size recommended by a manufacturer. I used US 7/4.50 mm

Gauge (2k/2p ribbing with Cascade Yarns):
38 sts = unstretched 6", stretched 9"
Note: Thinner yarn will be narrower, thicker yarn will be wider

Abbreviations:
CO - cast on
K - knit
P - purl
BO - bind of
st, sts - stitch, stitches



Step-by-Step:

Foundation: 
Cast On multiples of 4 sts (plus 2 sts - optional). I casted on 38 stitches - (9 x 4 sts) + 2 sts for edges (1 st for each edge). For wider items you'll need lot more stitches.
Note: You can cast on ANY multiple of 4 stitches - use this pattern for shrugs or blankets too.

Row 1-2          K3, *[P2, K2]* - repeat to last 3 sts, P3
Row 3-4          K 38

Repeat rows as many times as needed for desired length.

Last Row - BO all stitches and weave in ends.

Note: You see how easy this pattern is? Told you so.


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Free knitting patterns/videos you may enjoy checking out:

Baby Blue Blanket and Green Scarf (lacy pattern)
Knitted Poncho-Shrug
Reversible Knitted Holiday Scarf
"Summer Rain" Halter Top (M size)
Cerulean Hat
Poncho
Knitted Long Basic Mittens (adult)
Basic Knitted Fingerless Gloves (adult)
Knitted Striped Fingerless Gloves (adult)
Charcoal Hat With Rolled Up Edge (youth/adult)
Spring To Fall Lacy Hat (youth/adult)

Other crocheted items you may want to check out if you crochet too

Easy Lacey Bracelet With Pearl Beads
Crocheted Boobies (Prosthetics)
Crocheted Fingerless Gloves (adult)
Three Summer Crocheted Hats For Babies
Crocheted Spring Hat (youth/adult)
Crocheted Hat With Raised Design (Youth)
Chicken Placemat For Kids
Simple Crocheted Headband
Simple Crocheted Coasters

Crocheted or Knitted Baby Crowns

Crocheted Crown For a Child (easy free pattern)
Crown Knitted On Straight needles (pattern & video)

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