This scarf will keep any friend warm and cosy during the winter.
Thank you so much for checking out this scarf. I hope you like it!
Never ever promise someone you'll make them a scarf! I did and it took me a couple of years to finish this one! It didn't take me this long to make it, but it is easy to forget about a project when you put it in a drawer.. I finished it in time for the birthday of my friend. He was pretty happy with it, that made me happy too ;)
So this is a scarf for a guy, it's cool and comfy and it looks great on anyone. I used a yarn which had grey and white in it. Don't know where I got it from, must have bought it somewhere ;) Don't know the content of the label either because I always throw them away (not smart, I know)..
The pattern and the yarn were both really forgiving: you won't be able to see any mistakes when the scarf is finished!
As I said, it was pretty easy to make, just see the instructions below.
Don't know where I got the pattern from.. So cant give credits, sorry.
Just let me know if you have any questions or if you made one yourself.
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Cast on 60 stitches, more or less, depending on your yarn and preferences.
This is the easy and forgiving pattern:
Row 1. [K1, P1] till the end.
Row 2. [K3, P3] till the end and finish with P1.
Repeat Row 1 and 2 till you are out of yarn or till you have the length you want.