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Seeded Rib Scarf

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Sometimes a beautiful yarn and a good stitch pattern are all you need for a great scarf. We paired Filatura di Crosa’s Zara yarn with seeded rib for this unisex scarf. I wanted to wear it home as soon as Kathy P. finished knitting it!

Zara is made from the finest Italian merino wool. It has a smooth finish that feels soft against your skin and still keeps you warm. Our scarf is knit in crimson, a rich red (it’s not as pink as it appears in the photo). Zara comes in a wide array of colors, so there are plenty to choose from.

Here’s how to make yourself a Seeded Rib Scarf:

SEEDED RIB SCARF

SIZE
one size – approx. 5 by 60 inches

MATERIALS
Filatura di Crosa Zara yarn 3 balls
size 9 needles

GAUGE
5 stitches to 1 inch, although gauge is not critical for this project

PATTERN
Cast on 35 sts.

Row 1: K3, *p1, k3; repeat from * to end.

Row 2: K1, *p1, k3; repeat from * to last 2 sts, p1, k1.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until one yard of yarn remains. Bind off in pattern.

Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Enjoy!

10 thoughts on “Seeded Rib Scarf

  1. Thanks, Loop, for this! Maybe it’s the color you chose, but I can already tell that one of these will end up in next fall’s box for the Red Scarf Project.

  2. Thanks, Elizabeth! I hadn’t thought of it, but you’re right. It’s a great choice for the Red Scarf Project.

  3. I wish someone would remind me about the Red Scarf Project in enough time to make a scarf. I missed it this year. Maybe I should just knit a red scarf now.

  4. Love the scarf – beautiful color. I’d also like to know where I can find the pattern for the sweater underneath it.

  5. That’s the Jackie Jacket from Blue Sky Alpacas. I apparently forgot to post it to the site, but we have it in the shop. It’s knit with Blue Sky Bulky yarn.

  6. Beautiful! What a great color to add a wonderful punch of color to all of our snow.

  7. Thanks, Mary! I agree, February always needs a little color.

  8. What a lovely pattern! I am thoroughly enjoying knitting this up in a new colour for me. Thanks so much.

  9. You’re welcome, Diane! I’m glad you’re enjoying it.

  10. Thanks for the pattern, I will definitely give it a try. I’m a beginner knitter, but this looks fairly easy 🙂

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