Swirly Scarf Knitting Pattern w Sashay Yarn

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Last week, Owl week. This week, ‘Mother’s Day Gifts’ week. I’ll post one or more personalized DIY gift projects every day, with some free Mothers Day Printables and all that good stuff. Friday will be the grand finale with 101 Mothers’ Day Gift Ideas – a free eBook, with links to all ‘secret’ mom’s day projects that are ‘hidden’ on this blog, as well as some of the better ones that I’ve found in blog-land. You’ll love it. So, if you are here during the week, be sure to head back here this Friday for the free eBook. And yes, we’ll also have our creative community linky party again on Wednesday.

DAY 1 of “MOTHER’S DAY GIFTS”-WEEK: Make her a Scarf.

(or print her the pattern and give it to Mom with some of this pretty yarn.)

This ribbon yarn does all the ruffling work for you. So easy and fast to knit. This scarf a perfectly light fashion accessory to throw around on a cool Spring morning, or to add some elegance to your office sweater for evening dinner.

scarf knitting pattern

Materials Needed

You’ll only need 1 ball of Sashay Yarn, e.g. Red Heart Boutique Sashay 1936 Waltz

+ US 9 Knitting needles (5.5 mm)
+ some sewing needle & thread to finish off.

Size

There are really 2 sizes in this scarf pattern: 62” + 38”. The base instructions are for the scarf measuring 4” x 62”, while the 38” scarf is detailed in parentheses (6” X 38”).

Gauge

n/a

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Image Credit / Pattern by: Red Heart Design Team

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