Learn along with me as I teach you how to make this beautiful Fringed Eyelet Scarf. This scarf is oversized but not as large as the scarves we were seeing in the past. A perfect project for yourself or as a gift. The scarf works up quickly and would be a perfect holiday gift.
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Fringed Eyelet Scarf:
Red Heart is offering the Fringed Eyelet Scarf as a FREE pattern on their website. Using their Evermore yarn you will have the chance to work with this roving style yarn that comes in a gorgeous array of painterly colors. Evermore is an acrylic blended with a little wool make this yarn an excellent choice for apparel and accessories.
In this tutorial knitters will learn the ins and outs of this pattern and tips to get amazing results in your finished scarf. Through the tutorial I will show you how to do the shaping with a slip slip knit (SSK), how to add fringe, and how to use the long tail cast on.
Although not in the materials list I recommend the use of stitch markers to keep you on track as you work this pattern. Make your own stitch markers, adding a personal touch, or purchase them from your favorite retailer.
Fringed Eyelet Scarf Materials:
Be sure to gather you materials and then join me in the video tutorial to work on the Fringed Eyelet Scarf together.
- FREE Fringed Eyelet Scarf Pattern
- RED HEART® Evermore™: 5 balls 9934 Emerald Isle
- Susan Bates® Knitting Needles: 9mm [US 13]
- Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 9mm [US M-13]
- Yarn needle