15 Knitted Scarf and Cowl Patterns for Fall

If you ask us, there’s no such thing as having too much knitwear once the cold weather has arrived and settled in! We’re always keeping our eyes peeled for new things to knit for fall, but this year we’re really feeling it when it comes to knitted scarves and cowls. Perhaps it’s because having one can mean the difference between being comfortable or feeling frozen, or maybe the fact that they make great gifts, but we’ve been bookmarking patterns we’d like to try for weeks!

Just in case you love the idea of knitting some new scarves and cowls for the fall just as much as we do, if not more, here are 15 of the very best patterns, designs, and tutorials that we’ve come across in our search so far.

1. 3-Rabbits cowl


Just in case you’ve always loved the braided cowl look but you’d much rather actually fully knit your piece than simply braid knitted pieces together, here’s the perfect pattern for you! We adore the way this design from 3 Rabbits Patterns appears to be woven but with an eyelet in the middle at each “cross over”.

2. Seed stitch cowl

We’ll just come right out and say it: seed stitch is our absolute favourite stitch to do! There’s just something so entertaining yet effortless about the way the yarn goes back and forth and we love the visual pay off of that effort in the finished product. It’ll come as no surprise to you then that we simply adore this entirely seed stitch cowl by Sheep & Stitch!

3. Kelso scarf


Do you actually live in a place that’s slightly milder in the fall and you’d definitely still love to have something warm to wrap around your neck, but the stitched fabric doesn’t need to be quite as dense as if you lived somewhere colder? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Marianna’s Lazy Daisy Days made this fantastic cowl that’s a little more meshy!

4. Knit Cable button cowl


B esides the fact that this wonderfully chunky pattern by Windy City Knits is a fantastic learning tool for those looking to try simple cables and button holes for the first time, we can’t get over how much we love its basic design! The cable and its garter stitch border will help this cowl sit nice and flat against your chest under your jacket.

5. Gorgeous Grape cowl


Here’s another slightly lighter knitted cowl design for your consideration, just in case you do live somewhere warmer but the meshy design we showed you earlier just doesn’t quite grab you! We love the way this slightly more delicate pattern from All Free Knitting is dense at the back where it sits on your neck but hangs looser at the front for comfort.

6. Intermezzo beaded cowl


Perhaps you’re actually quite an experienced knitter indeed and, besides adding a little bit of stitch patterning to the mix, you’d also like to take things a step further in some creative way? Then maybe it’s time to try your hand at beaded knitting! Rahymah guides you step by step through the process of making a beaded, knitted cowl that’s actually a lot simpler to do than it looks, despite its beauty.

7. Mistral scarf


Perhaps you’d like to make some kind of decorative dress scarf so that you or someone you love can continue to be stylish and classy looking this fall rather than just looking bundled all the time? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest checking out how Lavender Hill Knits used colour gradients and angles to make this stunning piece!

8. The Traveler infinity scarf


Would you much rather create some kind of bulky, cozy, and easily wrapped piece that you’ll look quite Boho chic wearing but that’s easy to curl right up into whenever you’re chilly, no matter what your outfit looks like? Then we think perhaps this particularly wide and wonderfully textured infinity scarf from Mama in A Stitch might be right up your alley.

9. Simply Ribbed scarf


Are you actually still quite new to knitting and you’re hoping to make something a little simpler and more manageable? Perhaps you’re actually just looking for a design that’s slightly less girly in its details so you can make it for one of your more masculine loved ones. In either case, we’d suggest taking a look at this wonderfully warm ribbed design from Knit Chic Grace.

10. Column of Leaves scarf


Are you actually still looking for something a little more advanced and rather impressive looking indeed? Then we think you might get along quite well with this stunning lace scarf design from Brooke Nelson! Besides being a great fall project by virtue of being a scarf, the lace is also inspired by the shape of leaves, so it’s just about the perfect piece.

11. Rippenschal scarf


Have you always loved scarf patterns that give you some kind of awesome design element just by virtue of the stitch combinations you create, rather by anything complicated or fancy? In that case, we have a feeling you’ll greatly appreciate the way the stitches in this pattern from Margarete Dolff appear to cross over each other and change direction, particularly if you’re a big fan of ribbing!

12. Brioche Cabled Turtleneck scarf


Here’s another rather advanced pattern for this knitters who are very skilled indeed but would prefer something a little thicket and warmer than lace knitting in their scarf, since they live in a rather cold place! Check out how Wearable Art Emporium made this pattern that not only weaves in cables, but that also presents you with gorgeous density thanks to being knit in brioche stitch.

13. Birch Trees scarf


Were you rather enamoured with the lacy looking fall scarf that was inspired by leaves but you’re worried that the design is too thin in its width for you, meaning you might put all that work in just to not enjoy wearing it? Then we’d definitely suggest taking a look at something like this stunning birch tree inspired scarf from Hand Knitted Things instead! It’s still slightly lacy and very fall themed, but it’s got more width to it for those who find that satisfying.

14. Daphne scarf


Don’t worry, fall leaf lovers; we’re not done with the ideas for you yet! We actually adore the idea of knitting a leaf motif right into a new fall scarf, but we also understand that not everyone can get away with a fall piece that’s quite so delicate. That’s why we wanted to make absolute sure that you see this more densely knit leaf cowl from Knit Picks as well!

15. Staggered Rib scarf


Are you actually still scrolling through our list hoping to find something ribbing heavy or slightly more masculine to knit this fall, but you still want it to have some visual interested as well? Then we think you simply must look at the way It’s a Stitch Up designed this fantastic staggered rib scarf that’s nothing short of interesting (though not complicated) to make.

Do you have another favourite fall scarf knitting pattern that you loved making and wear all the time but that you don’t see here on our list? Tell us all about how it’s made or link us to the pattern or photos of your finished scarf in the comments section!


Staying Warm: 14 Crocheted Scarf and Cowl Patterns for Fall

If you ask us, there’s nothing quite so cozy as a wonderfully hand crocheted scarf of cowl in the fall. We’d normally tell you that we much prefer warm weather to cold, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love the feeling of wrapping a scarf fresh off the hook around our face and feeling how warm it keeps us, or watching our loved ones do the same with something we’ve made them.

Just in case you love hand crocheted scarves and cowls just as much as we do in the fall, if not more, here are 15 of the best patterns we’ve bookmarked and maybe even crocheted ourselves over the years!

1. Soho Bulky cowl


The warmth of a crocheted piece really depends on the stitches you use and what the yarn is made of, but there’s just something so cozy about a bulky weight scarf that makes us feel even warmer than usual! That’s probably why we loved the look of this fantastic bulky cowl featured on Handmade by Ann Potter.

2. Pinecone cowl


Have you always liked cowls that are long and wide so you can wrap them around several times or wear them like a good? Well, if you’ve never tried that, then we think perhaps it’s time, because pieces like this really do keep you toasty! We completely adore the stitching pattern in this particular design from Gleeful Things because it really does look like pine cones, just as its name suggests.

3. Quick and Easy cowl


Are you actually quite new to the world of crochet so you’re looking for something rather simple, even though you’re determined to make yourself a cowl of some type this fall? Then we’d definitely suggest taking a look at how this fantastic pattern from Crafting With Claudie is made! It’s the perfect project for beginners without being too boring.

4. Brooklyn buttoned cowl


Perhaps you’ve actually been looking to try your hand at adding buttons to crocheted projects for a while now and a cowl just seems like the perfect thing because you’ve never really liked having to put them over your face and hair in the fall? In that case, we think this wonderfully buttoned crochet pattern from Storenvy just might be the perfect idea for you!

5. Star Stitch infinity scarf


Just in case you’re a slightly more experienced crochet enthusiast who has been hoping to expand your knowledge when it comes to types of stitches and their shapes, here’s a whole cowl that celebrates one of our favourite stitches! Check out how Wooly Wonders Crochet made this fantastic star stitch cowl (that we promise is simpler to do than it looks).

6. The Boston infinity scarf


Perhaps rather than practicing your textured stitches, you’d actually prefer to try and learn the ways that experienced crochet enthusiasts make their stitches change direction in order to created raised patterns within in a piece? In that case, we think you simply must take a look at how Jocelyn Designs teaches you to create gently waving lines for a very unique cowl indeed!

7. Katniss cowl


Have you always been intrigued by crochet pieces that have you practicing all kinds of different stitches and stitching patterns within one piece, just to keep you on your toes? In that case, we think you’re going to get a huge kick out of the different sections you’ll find in this fantastic cowl featured on The Friendly Red Fox!

8. Diamond cowl


Are you feeling rather intrigued indeed by the idea of making cowls that feature uniquely textured stitching patterns but the star stitch just didn’t quite fo it for you? Well, maybe you’d get along a little better with something like this diamond shaped stitch instead! Get the full details for crocheting this cowl thanks to Moogly.

9. Hooded button cowl


Did we really catch your attention when we started talking about crocheted cowls that are wide enough to also be used as a hood, but you can’t help wondering whether or not there’s a way to use your crochet knowledge to produce a piece that actually has a proper hood on purpose? In that case, we think perhaps this fantastic buttoned and hooded cowl from String With Style might be right up your alley!

10. Shell stitch cowl


In the interest of making sure you’ve got all kinds of variety and options indeed, here’s another shaped stitch style cowl for your consideration! We love the way Domestic Bliss used shell stitch across their whole cowl, making an almost meshy fabric that’s great for fall days that are still chilly but don’t have that particular biting cold that points to winter just yet.

11. The Bixby cowl


Are you still thinking about how much you loved the idea of a button cowl but you’re the kind of chilly person who really prefers when a cowl or scarf can be wrapped very high around your face to keep your neck, chin, and nose warm? In that case, we think perhaps you might get along a little better with a design like this tall and textured one from Make & Do Crew!

12. Long Double Crochet cowl


Perhaps your idea of the perfect style crocheted neck piece is actually something that falls right in between the idea of a scarf and the concept of a cowl, taking the best aspects of both things on? Well, to us, that sounds like you’re hoping to make an infinity scarf! We’d definitely suggest taking a look at how many times this wide, long circle cowl from All About Ami wraps around.

13. Textured crochet cowl


Have you always preferred crocheted pieces that are a little more compact, staying right up around your neck and under your chin more tightly because thats how you find you stay the warmest? In that case, maybe this lovely textured design, which is a little more snug under the chin, would be more your speed. Get the full details for making one of your own on Posh Patterns.

14. 3 Button cowl


Are you actually still catching yourself thinking about the button cowl design as you’re scrolling through the rest of our list, but you were also hoping to make something that’s a bit more challenging than the ones we’ve shown you so far? Well, if colour changes and unique construction are your thing, then we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how Amanda Crochets made this cowl with buttons, a beautiful colour gradient, and some A-line layering that’s nothing short of gorgeous!


10 Super Fun Ways to DIY a Cozy Blanket Scarf 

If summer is the time of chokers and necklaces, fall is the time of scarves. They are definitely one of our main accessories, come cold and windy days! A good scarf is warm, chic and cozy. Have you ever found yourself wishing you could just wrap yourself in a blanket and walk around town like that? DIY blanket scarves will make this dream a reality!

1. No-Sew Flannel Blanket Scarf 


You don’t have to be a sewing wizard to make yourself a blanket scarf. Wholefully has a super simple tutorial that doesn’t require of you to be a seamstress – you only need to have a good eye for flannel fabric. The end result is going to be the most amazing scarf you’ve ever sported!

2. Super Cozy Blanket Scarf 


The reason blanket scarves are so popular right now is their coziness. You can tie it around your neck in a number of different ways but if the day gets very windy, you can also place it around your shoulders and wrap yourself in it to stay warm. Domestic Bliss Squared shares the how-to for this beautiful and cozy blanket scarf!

3. Gray Blanket Scarf 


You can absolutely ditch flannel if that’s not your style and go for fabric that is more aligned with your personal style, as well as the season itself. Neutral colors are a fantastic choice, as they appear elegant and perfect for the chilly months. Find out how Mom Advice made this gray blanket scarf!

4. Dark Plaid Blanket Scarf 


Have you figured out yet that the biggest challenge in the making-of a blanket scarf lies in choosing the fabric? Fabric presents a great idea for a dark plaid blanket scarf that is edgier than the regular red flannel and will be an outstanding accessory to show off during the upcoming cold months!

5. Monochrome Blanket Scarf 


If you make yourself a black and white blanket scarf your closet is going to gain an accessory piece that you’ll always be able to rely upon. The monochrome color palette mixes well with neutral colors as much as vibrant ones, so don’t hesitate to get the instructions for this blanket scarf from Riva la Diva!

6. Fall-Inspired Blanket Scarf 


Being in tune with the seasons brings something magical into our lives. After you successfully decorate your home for fall, it’s time to think of the wardrobe too! Real Housemoms shares with you an amazing fall-inspired blanket scarf that will make sure your fall is warm and fashionable.

7. Fringed Modern Blanket Scarf 


The most important thing about the blanket scarf is the fringe – that’s how you make it look like a proper cozy blanket! The fringe can be longer or shorter, the choice is up to you. We love how Crafty Staci styled the fringe on this modern blanket scarf!

8. Campfire Blanket Scarf 


If you’ve ever been camping you know that there is nothing better than sitting around a campfire on a chilly evening, wrapped in a blanket and sharing deep conversations with your closest friends. It’s such an incredible bonding experience! Channel the campfire vibes with this lovely blanket scarf by Two of Wands.

9. Colorful Blanket Scarf 


Fall allows the warm and bright colors to come into the forefront before the winter brings in its neutral shades. Aside from the classic warm tones of yellow and orange, the trees are full of red leaves that are blown away with each windy moment. Capture the dance of colors with Simple Simon & Company‘s colorful blanket scarf!

10. $5 Blanket Scarf 


Fashionistas on a budget know how frustrating it is when you really wish for a top-notch fall accessory that would complete your style, but your wallet doesn’t agree with it. Forget the over-expensive scarves! Visit Katie Bookser to learn how a blanket scarf can be yours for only $5!


Mother’s Day Craft: Upcycle that Old T-Shirt into an Awesome Scarf

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What are you planning to get your mom this Mother’s Day? That is a question that leaves many of us scratching our head and often rushing to the store last-minute, to buy something cool that also seems unique. But this Mother’s Day, you can really gift her something special, cool, upcycled and handmade! It is a fabulous scarf that can be made right at home.

All you need to craft this snazzy T-shirt scarf is an old T-shirt and a pair of scissors. From here on in, it is just all about cutting, weaving and a hint of creativity! That’s pretty much it and you will not have to wrestle with crochet hooks or dig into your sewing skills for this. In fact, it’s a perfect craft for the little ones with some adult supervision!

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So, here is the lowdown of it all. Just cut an old T-shirt (or two, if you prefer a more hip pattern) into thin strips and then braid them together real tight. Make sure you pick tees in colors that your mom (or whoever the scarf is for) will absolutely adore. The entire DIY idea barely takes up an hour and you can even alter the pattern and braiding style to create cool, colorful necklaces.

Check out the DIY video:

If the T-Shirt scarf is not your thing, then try out these fashionable T-Shirt Handbags that take even less effort to craft!


Wonderful DIY Stylish Scarf Ankle Wrap Sandals

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Refashion your sandals with a scarf this summer ! You will love this easy but fantastic idea . All you need are just Flip Flops, Lightweight Oblong Summer Scarf and Scissors, have fun !

Click here for the tutorial from Miss Kris

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Wonderful DIY Loom Knitted Fingerless Gloves and Scarf

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Last summer, my kids and I made many bracelets on Rainbow loom , we had much fun ! Do you know, you can make knitted scarf and gloves on the loom ?
The loom Knitting Patterns are simple and great for colder weather. Of cource, they are also fun to make that the kids can help, and they will be proud of themselves by making a scarf or gloves.

Please check the link below for the video tutorial , Pick up a loom to show off a warm knit scarf and gloves that you made yourself , have fun !

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Click here for the video tutorial from Loomlove 

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Wonderful DIY Knitted Cowl Scarf with Free Pattern

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I love this Knitted Cowl scarf , it is very pretty ! It can be used in 2 ways. Use it as a cowl if needed and transform it in scarf or in contrary, Perfect ! The pink is my favorite colour , it’s romantic that my daughter loves it too . Of course, you can use other colors to match your style .

Thanks to Craftpassion for sharing the free pattern with us, please check the link below to learn how to make this 2 in 1 knitted cowl scarf, it would make a nice gift ,right ? Happy crafting !

What you will need:

Loop Yarn or similar fancy yarn thread, 150g
Lace Yarn thread for sewing (optional, use only if the fancy yarn is difficult to sew)

Knitting Needle – 8mm
Tapestry needle

Click here for the FREE PATTERN from Craftpassion

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Wonderful DIY Crochet Winter Hug Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern

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This Crochet Winter Hug Infinity Scarf will keep you warmth and fashion . The huggable infinity scarf pattern combines a little bit of both by being comfy, cozy, and trendy all at once. You can Wrap it once, twice or three times, or just leave it hanging. It would look great as a cowl too .
Thanks very much to Maria, she shared the free pattern with us . This is a nice quick crochet project she finished it in 2 hours and used bulky yarn and a US P/11.5 mm hook . It’s a great last minute gift . Please check the link below for the free pattern , and don’t forget to visit Maria’s blog, there are many wonderful projects. Enjoy 🙂

Click here for the free pattern from Pattern-paradise

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Wonderful DIY 15 Minutes Arm Knitted Scarf

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Wow ~~It takes 15 minutes only to make this scarf by using arms ! Before we featured some arm knitted scarf projects that usually take 30 minutes. This one can be completed even quicker! How fun ! This handmade scarf would be a great gift this winter, check the link below to get the video tutorial… Happy knitting !

Click here for the video tutorial from Simplymaggie

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Wonderful DIY Cozy Crochet Lacy Scarf with Free Pattern

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These scarves are soft and beautiful ! They are perfect handmade gift this winter and quick to make   .Check the link below for the Free Patterns and enjoy ~~

Click here for the free pattern from Domesticblisssquared and download by Thelittleknittery

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Wonderful DIY Finger Knitting scarf

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Have you never knitted before ? Try this interesting finger knitting technique that requires very few materials and takes very little time. It requires no tools except for your hands.
Finger knitting is a great, productive way to spend your free time when you need something fun to do. When you’re finished, you’ll have a beautiful rope of yarn that you can use for lots of different things, such as scarf,key ring ropes, hair decorations, a belt, or even bag handles. And it’s so simple the whole family can join in!VIEW IN GALLERYfinger knitting 2


Wonderful DIY Crochet Puff Ball Scarf

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Trying to accessorize for a party and you don’t know what to wear that will set you aside from the crowd? How about a DIY crochet puff ball scarf that you can customize just the way you like? It’s super easy to create and everyone who’s a beginner with crocheting should be able to do it without any tutorials, patterns or video to teach them how to do it. But hey if you insist to actually see it, check out the video after the break 🙂

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What to wear this scarf with?

Are you going to start knotting and do this? Which one is your favorite?

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Note: to get this done you’re going to need a skein of yarn, one 4 mm hook; an object for your lace loops, one large blunt tapestry needle, and a pair of scissors.


Wonderful DIY Pretty Knitted Scarf with Free Pattern

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Would make cute gift ? Knitted scarf is the perfect handmade gift. It’s easy to make, one size fits all, and keep warm through the winter months. This knitted scarf with flower looks pretty and cozy as well , get the free pattern here: (Image credit: Faniecl via Ladylifthacks)

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Wonderful DIY Crochet 2 in 1 Fox Hat and Scarf With Free Pattern

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Click here for the free pattern from ‘Dothissharethat’


Wonderful DIY Easy to tie your scarf

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Wonderful DIY Stylish Braided Scarf Knot

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This stylish braided scarf is beautiful and really simple. It is essentially two big color blocked tubes of fabric “braided” together using square knots.Follow above the video or directions from Putapuredukes , have a fun craft !

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Here is a great, productive way to spend your free time when you need something fun to do— Finger knitting scarf . Just follow the above video tutorial, you’ll get a beautiful scarf . It’s so simple the whole family can join in!


Wonderful DIY Easy Loom Knitted Scarf

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Do you want to try a new kind of knitting? This article will guide you through it all !
This Knitting Loom Scarf Pattern is simple and great for colder weather. Pick up a loom to show off a warm knit scarf that you made yourself ?

What you will need:
– rectangular knitting loom;
– yarn needle;
– yarn;
– loom hook;
– crochet hook;
– scissors.

Lovin’ from the Oven –  How to use a Knitting Loom to make an Infinity Scarf

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Of course, You can always check out our arm knitted scarf, finger knitterd scarf and others ,  enjoy !

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Wonderful DIY Amazing Arm Knitted Scarf

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Did you miss out our arm knitted scarf projects before ? They are super fun and easy! Only takes about thirty minutes to make and looks fabulous! Here is a one more , Enjoy !

What you’ll need:
Two or three strands of yarn
And, of course, your arms!


Wonderful DIY Turn T-shirt into Cute Scarf

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Here is a nice idea to reuse your old t-shirt , turn it into a cute scarf . It is very easy because it doesn`t involve sewing!

You will need:
– t-shirt;
– scissors.

1. Start by cutting the t-shirt under the sleeves to prepare the scarf’s base.
2. Cut about 20 cm fringes all around the fabric, where it has no hem.
3. Stretch down each fringe to make it longer. Join the fringes by twos and tie knots. 4. Detach the tied fringes and knot again by twos, but with the next fringe.
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Wonderful DIY Finger Knitting Scarf

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Finger knitting is a really good way of getting children interested in wool crafts, and it is very easy to learn. It also helps to improve a child’s dexterity and ability to concentrate. No extra implements are required, just fingers, the best tools in the world!
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Wonderful DIY Super Easy Arm Knitted Scarf

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If you missed our 1st arm knitted scarf post, here is another chance ! To make this beautiful scarf, all you need tools is just your arms, It’s really easy and fun !
Even if it’s summer now, you can still create one for your next winter or as a gift for your family or friends . Will you try your hand at arm knitting?
Head over the instructions to  Flax and twine – DIY arm knitting scarf, many thanks to Annie !

If you are more of video learner, try this video for beginner , hope it will inspire you to give it a go.