Pointed Scarf - Free Knitting Pattern

Pointed scarf Free knitting pattern

Pointed Scarf - This time of the year we can't get enough of it: scarves, snoods, wraps and ponchos! Endless combinations of yarns, patterns, shaped and creating the most beautiful looks! We got going and knitted this lovely simple pointed scarf. Continue reading for the free pattern!  

This elegant pointed scarf isn't only lovely warm, but also super trendy to wear. Combine it with your favourite coat on a cold winter day or wear it as a wrap on top of your outfit! This scarf is made of Rico Essentials Alpaca Blend Chunky. This yarn made of 50% acrylic and 50% wool is super warm and easy to work with. Pick your favourite of the 14 available soft colours and get going with the free knitting pattern!

pointed scarf free knitting pattern

What do you need to knit this scarf?
Below we've outlined all materials you need. This scarf is knitted in a simple, but elegant garter stitch. Because of the extra yarn over you'll get a subtle eyelet pattern in the middle of the pointed scarf.

- Circular Knitting Needles no. 6mm, 80cm long
- 6 balls Rico Essentials Alpaca Blend Chunky

Stitches used:
- Garter Stitch
pointed scarf free knitting pattern

Pointed Scarf - Free Knitting Pattern

Cast on 7 sts. and knit all sts.
Row 2: edge st., *knit 1 st., yarn over 1, repeat from * 4 times, knit 1 st., edge st. (= 11 sts.)

From now on start and end each row with an edge st.

Row 3: Knit all sts.
Row 4: After the first 2 sts., before and after the middle st. and before the last 2 sts., yarn over 1 = 4 sts. increase.

From now on knit each even row like the 4th row. Your scarf will get wider and a point is created. Knit each odd row like the 3rd row. Cast off your sts. when you've used all your balls. We've ended with a total of 211 sts.

pointed scarf free knitting pattern

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  • Deborah Germano

    I'm curious about the "edge stitch" the pattern calls for in Row 2. What exactly is an edge stitch?

    • Hi Deborah, the edge stitch refers to the first and last stitch of your row. There are different techniques for making an edge stitch, it depends what you like most. You can for example slip the first stitch on your needle, but there are more/different techniques. Kind regards

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