Building Blocks: Scarves


This #KWBuildingBlocks design is one of the only scarf patterns you’ll ever need! Laid out a little differently than our other Kelbourne Woolens designs, this pattern is a little more word-heavy and breaks down some of the intermediate-level techniques in order to make the knitting easy and enjoyable. The hope is that you not only learn something along the way, you end up with a fabulous scarf – or scarves – as well!

A scarf can be worked on straight needles, or you can use a circular needle and work back and forth. It’s really just a matter of convenience or personal preference.

Available as a PDF download.

Courtney Kelley

Kelbourne Woolens Germantown:
Scarf A Garter Scarf: rhododendron 609, 2 skeins.
Scarf B 2×2 Rib Scarf: navy 410 (MC), 2 skeins, and jade 338 (CC), 1 skein.
Scarf C Cabled Scarf: honey 708, 2 skeins.
17 sts + 30 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in garter stitch, after blocking.
29 sts + 24 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in K2, P2 Ribbing, unstretched, after blocking.
22 sts + 22 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in cable pattern, after blocking.
1 – US 7 (4.5 mm) 24″ (60 cm) circular or pair straights.
Check your gauge and adjust needle size(s) accordingly if necessary.
Locking stitch markers, darning needle, cable needle.
Scarf A 8″ (20.25 cm) width, 60″ (152.5 cm) length.
Scarf B 8.25″ (21 cm) width, 60″ (152.5 cm) length.
Scarf C 7.25″ (18.5 cm) width, 60″ (152.5 cm) length.
Scarf A Knitting.
Scarf B Knitting, purling.
Scarf C Knitting, purling, basic cables.

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Photography by Linette Kielinski

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