Now that winter has just about settled in, we’re hunkered down for a cozy routine of knitting warm things just about every evening. We’ve been knitting for a long time, but sometimes we liked to go back to the basic garments we first learned on, just to enjoy the process of making stitches and neat patterns. That’s why we’ve been obsessed with knitted scarves lately!
Just in case you love the idea of knitting scarves this winter just as much as we do, if not more, here are some of our favourite scarf patterns from all around the Internet.
1. Stone scarf
Have you been longing to knit a simple scarf that’s warm, fit for nice variegated yarn, and that has some texture but still keeps it nice and easy? Then we think you’ll enjoy the way this scarf from Canadian Living varies in exciting notches but only uses simple knit and purl combinations, making it a quick but fun option!
2. Rippenschal scarf
We’ve always loved detailed stitching patterns that let us create a nice, neat stockinette looking aesthetic but have some kind of unique variation that adds a little more personality. We’re sure you can imagine, then, how much we love the diagonal lines featured on this fantastic scarf from Margarete Dolff!
3. Zig Zag scarf
Just in case you’re down for the idea of knitting a simple scarf but you’d still like to work on some kind of project that has direction changing or detailing, here’s an awesome pattern that has just what you’re looking for! We love the way Leethal made this back and forth garter stitch scarf that looks like a series of zig-zags!
4. In Awe chunky scarf
Just in case you’ve been scrolling through our list hoping to find something that’s a little thicker because that’s your favourite kind of scarf to knit with, here’s a fantastic chunky pattern that’s beyond cozy and knits up quick! Get the full instructions from Brome Fields.