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10 Lace Scarf Free Knitting Patterns

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Lace scarves are ideal for when you need a light layer that keeps your neck warm and finishes your outfit. But if the day heats up, it’s easy to remove and stash in a purse or tote.

Add some lace scarves into your wardrobe. They are a simple way to update your wardrobe without the need to buy an entire outfit.

In addition, knitting lace is a lot of fun! You’ll get the chance to try interesting stitches that keeps your mind busy.

Quite a few of these projects are easy knits using bulky yarn for fast results. Other projects use lace weight yarn knitted on larger needles for an open and airy look.

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Cora Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#1. Cora Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

The Cora Scarf combines cables and simple lace for a texture-rich treat with a neat, slipped-stich edge. Includes both written instructions and a chart so you’re covered no matter your preference.

Uses aran weight yarn

Designed by Hiberknits

Flourish Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#2. Flourish Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

The long scarf will keep you cozy all winter long. Its dramatic length is great for wrapping around your neck at least one time. It features a lovely, oversized lace stitch pattern. At just 21 stitches across, the Flourish Scarf works up unbelievably fast.

Uses super bulky weight yarn

Created by Universal Design Team

Snowfall Cowl FREE Knitting Pattern

#3. Snowfall Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

The allover lacework reminded us of snow falling on a quiet evening. This quick and easy cowl is knit flat and the addition of one simple button connects the corners to keep you warm!

Knit flat in garter stitch with a basic and beautiful lace pattern, this project will fly off your needles! Add a button at the end to secure the cowl and make it your own. Wear and love!

Uses bulky weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole

Checkerboard Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#4. Checkerboard Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This pattern is really no more than a combo of yarn overs and standard issue decreases, all guided by one simple rule: every yarn-over hole makes a stitch and so requires a corresponding decrease to keep the stitch score even. Make a stitch here, take a stitch there, and watch a field of little diamond-shaped checkerboards grow!

Uses fingering weight yarn

Designed by Purl Soho

Easy Chunky Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#5. Easy Chunky Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This scarf lace knitting pattern is a great introduction to lace knitting. It’s a quick-knit on super bulky weight yarn and large needles.

If you’ve never knitted lace before, this is your project! There’s even a how-to video that guides you step-by -step through the whole project.

Uses super bulky weight yarn

Designed by Sheep and Stitch

Smiley Diamonds Stole/Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#6. Smiley Diamonds Stole Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This knits up into a giant triangle with big holes you can use to pull the ends through, which is useful if you’re always misplacing shawl pins.

Better still, it’s a triangle that doesn’t use that center increase thing that makes a big line down the middle. The lace pattern is a simple repeat that you’ll be able to do in your sleep after the first couple of rounds.

Uses bulky weight yarn

Designed by Kimberly Michael

Blossom Dance Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#7. Blossom Dance Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Blossom Dance is a long lightweight scarf, delicate and modern. The special stitch used in this lace knit reminds of the intricate blossom dancing in the delicate spring sunshine.

It is a pretty fast project that has just enough complexity to keep the knitting both interesting and easy to memorize. Repeats of the pattern allow to adjust it depending on the desired length and width of a finished scarf.

Uses lace weight yarn

Designed by Life Is Cozy

Frostlight Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#8. Frostlight Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Keep the frost at bay when you wrap up in this cozy scarf, knit in one piece from end to end. Graceful fringes, eyelet and ribbed stitches add textural appeal.

Written as well as charted stitch patterns, helpful tips and video tutorials make Frostlight a fast, fun project for even the newest lace knitters.

Uses worsted weight yarn

Designed by Robin Ulrich

Birch Trees Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

#9. Birch Trees Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

A simple lacy scarf with five panels of branching pattern repeats and a moss stitch edging border.

Knitting skills you will need: 
Cast on, cast off, knit two stitches together, bring the yarn forward, knit through the back of the loop.

Uses DK weight yarn

Designed by Julia Marsh

Saroyan Leaf Lace Edge Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

#10 Saroyan Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Knit in one piece from start to finish, Saroyan is a perfect project for beginning lace knitters.

This tapered scarf can be worn a variety of ways, and the construction helps to keep your neck nice and cozy.

Uses worsted weight yarn

Designed by Liz Abinante

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Scarf Knitting Patterns

Are you looking for scarf knitting patterns?

On this page I have included links to all of the free scarf patterns on this site, as well as a selection of knitting patterns books that you can purchase.

Free Scarf Knitting Patterns on Knitting Naturally

Just click on any of the links below to get the knitting instructions for each scarf.

Wide Garter Stitch Scarf

This scarf pattern was designed to be knitted on over sized needles (6.00mm) with Panda Heath, an 8 ply wool and the result is a beautifully soft but light weight scarf.

And easy enough for any beginner to make!

Narrow Garter Stitch Scarf

Maybe you would prefer a narrow garter stitch scarf rather than a wide one? 

This pattern is for a narrow scarf knitted in garter stitch. I knitted my scarf using a white 12 ply yarn composed of 100% new wool from Cleckheaton, and I have to say I am very pleased with the result.  

Sampler Scarf

On this page you will find the a simple sampler scarf pattern.

To test the pattern, I have made one using of Off White Panda Heath 8 Ply which is 50 percent wool and 50 percent Acrylic (now discontinued).

Footie Scarf

Would you like to make yourself a scarf in the colors of your favourite football team?

This scarf was knitted on oversized needles (6.00mm) with 8 ply wool in a two by two rib and the result is a beautifully soft but light weight scarf.

And easy enough for any beginner to make!

Ribbed Scarf

Would you like to make yourself a simple rib scarf?

This pattern is for a narrow scarf knitted in a two by two rib. I knitted my scarf using a white 8 ply pure wool and am very pleased with the result.  Although more 'difficult' than the Garter Stitch Scarf it is still easy enough for most beginners to make!

Chunky Ribbed Scarf

This pattern is for a narrow scarf knitted in a two by two rib. I knitted my scarf using a white 12 ply yarn composed of 50 percent Australian Wool, 30 percent Acrylic, and 20% Alpaca, and although the yarn is not 100 percent natural yarn, I am very pleased with the result.

Although this scarf pattern is more 'difficult' than the Garter Stitch Scarf it is still easy enough for most beginners to make and the thicker thread and larger needles makes this scarf a quick knit!

Simple Lace Scarf Knitting Patterns

This pattern is for a narrow scarf knitted in a simple panel lace rib. I knitted my scarf using a teal green 8 ply pure wool and am very pleased with the result.

Although more 'difficult' than the Garter Stitch Scarf it is still easy enough for most beginners to make!

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More Free Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern Prismatic Scarf

Prismatic Scarf

Huan-Hua Chye’s easy scarf uses a diagonal slipped-stitch rib pattern that creates slanting rays of color especially designed to show off variegated yarn, though the texture looks great in solid colors too. Pictured project by Maj

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Make It Big Super Scarf

Make It Big Super Scarf

This oversized scarf from Bernat knits up quickly in chunky yarn and is rated easy by the designer.

Free Knitting Pattern for Beginner Keyhole Scarf

Easy Keyhole Scarf

This beginner pattern by Ann Regis features easy garter stitch sections and ends with heart / flower shaped motifs at the ends.

Free Knitting Pattern Zick Zack Scarf

Zick Zack Scarf

Christy Kamm’s scarf is knit with an easy chevron lace pattern. Use two colorways of self-striping or variegated yarn for the most colorful scarf. Pictured project by knispeltante.

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Wavy Drop-Stitch Scarf

Wavy Drop-Stitch Scarf

Laura Bain designed this easy scarf using the classic sea foam stitch.

Free Knitting Pattern Star Stitch Scarf

Star Stitch Scarf

Morgen Dämmerung’s Holding Hands, Feeding Ducks Scarf features an easy all-over star stitch that can be adapted to almost any yarn. Pictured project by Hatodd.

Free Knitting Pattern for Cable and Lace Scarf

Cable and Lace Scarf

Cathy Payson’s lovely scarf is a great introduction to cables and lace. Rated easy by both Ravelrers and the designer, it works great with multi-colored yarn.

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Ripple on the Side Scarf

Ripple on the Side Scarf

This easy scarf is knit lengthwise with a simple ripple lace stitch that shows off multi-color yarn.

Free Knitting Pattern for Gathered Scarf

Gathered Scarf

Maryse Roudier’s easy scarf creates ruching by using increases to add fabric and decreases to “gather” between garter stitch rows. Warning: this is a yarn eater because you use twice as many stitches for the gathered sections. Pictured project by elsteffo.

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Dewdrop Scarf

Dewdrop Scarf

This easy scarf features a lace pattern designed for bulky yarn so it’s a fast knit too! Designed by Cathy Payson. Pictured project by erato7

Free Knitting Pattern Upstairs Scarf

Upstairs Scarf

WollSchnegge’s lace scarf or shawl is rated as easy, though beginners might find it more of a challenge. Although the original pattern calls for lace yarn, other knitters have been successful with heavier weights of yarn, such as fingering (used in the pictured project by speightyknits ) and sport weight.

Free Knitting Pattern for Heartwarming Scarf

Heartwarming Scarf

Julie Farmer’s beginner scarf has an easy to remember stitch pattern to give it texture. This unisex scarf only uses one skein of the recommended yarn. Pictured project is by pixiesmom.

Free knitting pattern for Cerus Scarf and more knitting patterns for men

Cerus Scarf

Designed by Hilary Smith Callis, this scarf gets its dressy professional look from the linen stitch that looks like woven fabric. Use a variegated yarn to enhance the woven look.

Free Knitting Pattern Cable Edge Scarf

Cable Edge Scarf

Braided cables frame simple ribbing in Jodi Lewanda’s scarf rated easy by the designer and Ravelrers. Pictured project is by BlueDevilGirl11.

Free Knitting Pattern Beginner Garter Drop-Stitch Scarf

Beginner Garter Drop-Stitch Scarf

Michelle Maks proves shows you how easy it is to make a quick drop-stitch scarf If you can do a knit stitch and you can wrap yarn around a needle. Video tutorial included with this Red Heart pattern.

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Potato Chip Scarf

Potato Chip Scarf

Barbara Aguiar’s easy scarf is knit with short rows in a 4 row repeat. Pictured project by SheepTricks. Great with multi-color yarn.

Free Knitting Pattern for Easy Drop Stitch Scarf

Drop-Stitch Scarf

This easy scarf is a quick knit in super bulky or jumbo yarn. Designed by Amanda Saladin for Red Heart.

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One Row knitting stitch: Easy, reversible and it doesn't roll (great for scarves)!

25 Spectacular FREE Scarf Knitting Patterns

The perfect combination of your favorite scarf knitting patterns all rounded up into a single post! From beginner to advanced, there’s a scarf for you here.

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I love wearing scarves! It takes two seconds to grab one from the closet and throw it on but it always makes me look so much more put together. Not to mention that it keeps me extra cozy and warm!

There are so many different scarf knitting patterns out there. It was really hard to narrow this curated list down to my top 25!

I tried to include a little something for everyone in this free scarf knitting patterns list. There are knitting patterns for beginners, and also knitting patterns for more experienced knitters.

There’s rectangular scarves, triangle scarves, cowls and more. There’s also a wide variety of yarn weights and colors used. Check them out and see what you think!

25 Spectacular FREE Scarf Knitting Patterns

1. ZickZack Scarf

Wow! This stylish knit scarf is sure to turn some heads. The hero of this design is the self-striping yarn. Hooray for less weaving in ends! The chevrons are worked with simple single increases and decreases so this pattern is actually pretty easy. 

Designer: Christy Kamm

Yarn: Lang Yarns Mille Colori Baby (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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2. The Prismatic Scarf

This yummy looking scarf was specially designed to showcase handpainted yarn. Finally you have a good excuse to buy that artisan yarn you’ve been eyeing on Etsy! The reversible design uses i-cord and diagonal slipped-stitch ribbing techniques to achieve its signature look.

Designer: Huan-Hua Chye 

Yarn: Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend (DK Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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3. Checkerboard Lace Scarf

Step out in style with this lovely geometric lace scarf. It looks quite intricate but its only basic yarn overs, knit two togethers and slip slip  knits. Really! The repeating nature of this design also makes it easy to spot mistakes so you can catch them before you’re too far along. 

Designer: Purl Soho

Yarn: The Fibre Co. Canopy (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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4. Dudester Scarf

This men’s scarf was designed to take him from the office to the weekend. It’s polished enough to wear with an overcoat but not too stuffy to throw on when he grabs drinks with the guys. This design features the hurdle stitch with garter ribs.  

Designer: HipKnitizer

Yarn: Moda Dea Bamboo Wool (Worsted Weight #4)
Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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5. Scarf For the Birds

Do you know an avid bird watcher who would love this scarf? This fun reversible design features birds on a wire. If you’re already familiar with the double knitting technique, then this scarf really isn’t too tricky. Just follow along with the chart for the color changes. 

Designer: AndreSueKnits

Yarn: Filatura Lanarota Rich Wool (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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6. Honey Cowl

Sometimes basic is best! Who knew that a simple slip stitch cowl could look like you just bought it at the shops? This scarf was designed to be thick and warm, and it also still has plenty of drape. (as you can see!) The pattern is available in two different lengths. 

Designer: Antonia Shankland

Yarn: madelinetosh Tosh (DK Weight #3)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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7. One Row Handspun Scarf

Patterns with one row repeats are the best kinds of patterns for watching Netflix or listening to an audiobook. Even better, this scarf is reversible and easily customizable for width and length. It was designed with handspun yarn in mind. 

Designer: Yarn Harlot

Yarn: Worsted Weight #5

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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8. Workday Scarf

Lovely lilac really shines on a bright sunny day in this sophisticated scarf. You can get this posh look for yourself with the easy knitting pattern. It’s mostly simple garter stitches along with some lace work on the edges. Beautiful!

Designer: Sue Flanders Designs

Yarn: Araucania Huasco Multy Botany Lace (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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9. Drop Stitch Scarf

Variegated yarns find their day in the sun with this beautiful and beloved scarf. The simple drop stitch pattern has been translated into 6 different languages. A different designer has made a drop stitch hat to match, and yet another designer has made a drop stitch tam to match. 

Designer: Frazzled Knits

Yarn: Hand Maiden Fine Yarn Lady Godiva (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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10. Pembroke Scarf

Asymmetric scarves are some of my all time favorites because they never wear the same way twice. This design is especially amazing because it only uses 100g of sock yarn and it features an easy 2 row repeat using knit front back and slip slip knit stitches. 

Designer: Elizabeth McCarten

Yarn: Misti Alpaca Hand Paint Sock (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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11. Jasmine Scarf

I love that you can tell how super soft this scarf is just by looking at the picture! The alpaca, merino, linen blend scarf looks absolutely luxurious with 5 columns of cables worked up the length. What a polished design! 

Designer: Purl Soho

Yarn: Purl Soho Flax Down (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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12. One Skein Wonder

Variegated yarns are encouraged for this lovely spiral scarf that shows the color changes off on the bias. You’ll be working from corner to edge and using increases and bind-off stitches to achieve the signature spiral shape. 

Designer: The Public Knitter

Yarn: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock (DK Weight #3)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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13. Mini Mania Scarf

Casting on this scarf lengthwise is absolutely worth it to achieve the beautiful woven-like fabric. Scrap yarn is encouraged so you can change colors often and really maximize the woven effect that happens when using the linen stitch. 

Designer: Sarah Core

Yarn: Koigu Painter’s Palette Premium Merino (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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14. Pioneer Braid Scarf

Show off your favorite self-striping yarn with this mock braided scarf. You’ll be using easy peasy garter stitches in short rows to achieve the stacked look. This design also gives suggestions for working with different weights of yarn if you don’t have any worsted on hand.  

Designer: Hither and Yarn – Adventures in Knitting and Life

Yarn: Twisted Fiber Art Duchess Striping (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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15. Infinitude Scarf

Knit in the round, this stunning scarf features both horizontal and vertical ribs for maximum “scrunchability” and elegance. The fun thing about this pattern is all the ways you can wear it: as a scarf, a cowl, a hooded cowl and more! 

Designer: Jeni Chase

Yarn: Jade Sapphire 6-ply Mongolian Cashmere (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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16. Blue Bell Hill Scarf

One giant chevron from end to end, this scarf is really fun and playful with varying lengths of stripes and mismatched ends. You’ll be using both the garter chevron stitch and the stockinette chevron stitch for added texture. 

Designer:  Jocelyn J. Tunney for O Wool

Yarn: O Wool Local (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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17. Easy Triangle Scarf

Triangle scarves with long tapered ends give the wearer endless options for styling and tying. This easy design uses the garter stitch. It’s actually a striped scarf that uses 3 different colors, but all the colors are very similar so you get a really neat effect. 

Designer: Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Yarn: Rowan Soft Yak (DK Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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18. Doctor Who Scarf – Season 12

Remake the iconic Doctor Who scarf with this very detailed pattern. This 12 foot long scarf is all about the stripes, so the pattern includes detailed color recommendations for a handful of different weights.  

Designer: Crocheters of Awesome

Yarn: Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport Jo Sharp Classic (DK Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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19. Frostlight

Stretch your knitting skills with this stylish textured scarf. You’ll be using both eyelet and ribbed stitches. Even knitters new to lacework are sure to master this pattern because there are lots of helpful tips, charts and video tutorials. 

Designer: Robin Ulrich Studio

Yarn: Malabrigo Yarn (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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20. Fox Scarf

Channel your inner 1920’s glamour side and make your own cruelty free fox stole . This easy pattern uses mostly the garter stitch with a little bit of knit ribbing. A cleverly designed loop is hidden under the foxes head to hold the tail in place. 

Designer: Gina Michele

Yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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21. Falling Snow Scarf

I hate driving in it, but I’ll admit that I do find myself wishing for a bit more snow where I live. This scarf perfectly captures the beauty of falling snow in its fair isle design. It’s actually knit in a tube so it’s double warm and you can’t see the wrong side of the work. 

Designer: Purl Soho

Yarn: Purl Soho Posy (Fingering Weight #1)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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22. Staggered Rib Scarf

This basic scarf ticks all the boxes: easy, reversible, and quick to make thanks to the chunky weight yarn and the small size. It’s the perfect size to tuck into your coat and ward away chills. This design features an easy diagonal ribbing that only uses knit and purl stitches. 

Designer: It’s a Stitch Up

Yarn: Mirasol Yarn Sulka (Bulky Weight #5)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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23. Springtime Bandit

Here’s another beginner lace pattern. This beautiful symmetrical triangle scarf uses basic stitches that are charted out into lovely lace designs. The pattern has more than 3000 projects on Ravelry if you need color inspiration! 

Designer: Kate Gagnon Osborn

Yarn: Kelbourne Woolens Germantown (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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24. Madison Scarf

Where I live it’s winter, but I’m sure there are some readers out there who live in warm places. (I’m a little jealous) So here’s a scarf for you. It’s a really stunning light and airy scarf that’s worked on the bias. I love the way the ends of the scarf curl so gracefully.  

Designer: Suzanne Middlebrooks for Hill Country Weavers

Yarn: Anzula Mermaid (Lace Weight #0)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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25. Side Line Scarf

Super bulky yarn will keep you super warm in this super easy scarf. The basic knit 3, purl 3 repeat is perfect for mindless knitting while multitasking. Oh, and did I mention that this cute chunky scarf is reversible? 

Designer: Fifty Four Ten Studio

Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Super Bulky Weight #6)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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Bonus! An extra scarf knitting pattern…

Free Pattern - Unforgettable One Skein Scarf: knit. From Amanda Saladin Knits

Here is a free scarf knitting pattern right here on Love.Life.Yarn!! I designed a crochet version of this pattern that had so many requests for a knit version that I just had to make one!

This is such a simple pattern repeat you can almost do it on autopilot, and it works up great!

Designer: Amanda Saladin (me!)

Yarn: Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable (Worsted Weight #4)

Click here for the free knitting pattern!

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Are you feeling scarfy yet? Which free knitting pattern are you eyeing to make for yourself or for a friend? Did I forget one of your favorite free scarf knitting patterns? Talk to me, let me know in the comments below! 

Here’s a friendly reminder that you’re definitely going to need to save this page to your Pinterest board for knitting so you can refer back to it. I hate when I forget to do this for a great article and then I can’t find it again! Anyone that’s ever dug through their internet history before to find a really good article knows what I’m talking about – haha!

Smash that follow button if you love free knitting patterns! 

Happy Knitting!
Amanda

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17+ Free Scarf Knitting Patterns Australia

More than 17 Free scarf knitting patterns Australia. A range of free knitting patterns pdf’s with Australian knitting terminology and yarns! Featuring free easy scarf patterns 8 ply, Patons Australia free knitting patterns, free Cleckheaton patterns and free Spotlight and Lincraft scarf patterns.

17+ Free Scarf Knitting Patterns Australia

Free Patons Scarf Knitting Patterns Australia

Beginner scarf in garter stitch using 3 Patons Gigante 100g balls. Very easy scarf with a gorgeous yarn that does all the work for you! Easy scarf pattern in chunky yarn.

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Free knitting pattern for a scarf using Patons wool, purple knit super scarf with a faux woven stitch that is reversible so it looks the same on both sides!

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Easy scarf knitting pattern by Patons using a double moss stitch for texture. Using 6 Patons Gembrook 100gm balls.

Free Scarf Knitting Patterns Australia Patons

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Free knitting pattern for a scarf using Patons yarn with a fantastic lace stitch.

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Free Cleckheaton Scarf Knitting Patterns

Super easy beginner garter stitch stripe scarf using Cleckheaton Country Wide 50gm balls.

Free Cleckheaton Scarf Knitting Patterns

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Of all the free scarf knitting patterns Australia, this one is great for the intermediate knitter with a border feature, using Cleckheaton’s Country 8ply 50gm balls.

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Easy striped scarf knitting pattern using Cleckheaton Country Yarn 8ply. Easy scarf knitting pattern in a rib stitch.

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Chic cabled scarf for men using Cleckheaton Country 8 ply yarns.

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Another great scarf for men that is very easy to knit with this easy knit pattern.

Free Scarf Knitting Patterns Australia cleckheaton 8 ply for men with stripes

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Free knitting pattern Australia for a scarf using 12 ply yarn with an interesting texture!

Free knitting pattern Australia for a scarf using 12 ply yarn with an interesting texture

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Ribbed scarves and hats to knit for kids ages 2 to 12 years old.

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Ribbed beanie and scarf pattern from Spotlight store with Cleckheaton yarns in 8 ply for the whole family.

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Spotlight Scarf Patterns

Jansen knitted scarf is an easy striped scarf pattern that uses Moda Vera’s Jansen yarn.

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Abbey Road wool to be wild scarf is very easy to knit up in color blocks.

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8 ply scarf pattern that is free from Spotlight using their Four Seasons pure wool yarn.

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Lincraft Free Knitting Patterns – Scarf

A textured scarf knitting pattern from Lincraft.

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An easy knitting pattern for a seed stitch scarf.

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Cable buttoned scarf knitting pattern, great pattern for a more experienced knitter.

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