Scarf Sweater

The Scarf Sweater uses a simple lace stitch and is knit in one piece. This simple designs allows for it to be worn in many different ways, creating a very versatile piece. With the lace stitch, it makes the piece perfect for summer nights, a warm accessory for winter days and a must-have for those cool spring and autumn days.

We shot photos of it on a road trip for my graduation (WHOOP WHOOP!!)

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For a inexpensive, easy to print version, hop over to my etsy.

Materials:

  • US 11 needles
  • 5mm crochet hook (optional)

 Gauge: 6 sts x 7 rows = 2” with US 11 in stockinette

Yarn: 450 – 500 yards Yarn Bee Tender Touch in Dove.

 Finished size: 15” wide at sleeves x 30” wide at scarf x 92” long

 

 PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS

Set-up: CO 36 sts onto US 11.

STITCH PATTERN

R: K1, *YO, P2tog. Repeat from * until last stitch. K1

Continue with stitch pattern until 92” long. BO.

Sleeves

old the scarf in half lengthwise. Sew 20 inches on each end using a basket weave stitch (or stitch of your preference). This creates the sleeves of the sweater, leaving the middle section as the scarf portion.

Sleeve Ties

Optional: With 6.5mm crochet hook, chain 60 sts.

Or cut a piece of yarn that is about 26” long.

Weave the sleeve ties through the stitches at the ends of the sleeves. This will allow the ends to be cinched for the wrists. Tighten them to your preferred tightness around your wrist and tie into a small bow.

Reproduction of pattern:

Please do not distribute, copy or resell this pattern.

Selling of Finished Product:

Please contact me if you are interested in selling the finished product.


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