Machine Knitting Patterns

Do you NEED a Scarf Pattern?

  • December 15, 2023

3 ways to easily design your own scarf knitting pattern

Why search for a scarf pattern? Choose your yarn, stitch pattern and design your own!

Use the Knit it Now Rectangle/Square tool
  • Swatch, measure and enter your gauge
  • Enter on YOUR width and length
  • Let us do the math for you
  • Get Knitting

Use the Knit it Now DIY Scarf Pattern
  • Any yarn
  • Any machine
  • Any stitch pattern
  • No math

Chart your own pattern
  • Knit and measure a swatch to establish your gauge
  • Decide on width and length (8" x 60" is a common scarf size)
  • Do the math:
    • Multiply your stitch gauge (inches/cm) by the desired width
    • Multiply your row gauge (inches/cm) by the desired length
  • Get Knitting
Scarves come in all shapes and sizes ... you're the designer! Find a beautiful stitch pattern, calculate stitches and rows and get knitting!
    • Hilda B
    • January 2, 2024

    I found loose lacy patterns dont curl as much so i just leave them. On the LK150 a finer yarn than recomended for the gauge seems to work and hand tooled patterns with some needles out of work.Knit a trial swatch with at least 100 rows to see what happens.If you dont have time to hand tool a plain with 3 needles in work and 1 out like a 3x1 rib knitted looosly is not bad,good luck

    • Anne Y
    • December 19, 2023

    I like to do multi coloured tuck or skip. this gives a nice two sided pattern to your scarf. I embrace any edge curls as just a finishing to the scarf. also knit a bit wider to accommodate for the curl. x

    • Tina B
    • December 17, 2023

    For just rectangles i chart my own, it is nearly not charting, it is just determining stitches, rows, which cast on and cast off, and the pattern or curl-prevention. For other, more complicated projects though, it is good to have your tools or DAK by hand. :-) ok, i have handknit for decades, and machineknit for a while now....

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