Handpaint Scarf knitting pattern by Lavender Hill Knits

**PDF Knitting/Crochet Pattern***(Knitted scarf with crocheted border)

I love to collect sock yarn, especially handpaint sock yarn. Sometimes I want to drape that sock yarn around my neck so I can see it and enjoy it rather than wear it on my feet! That’s where the inspiration for this scarf came from. It combines knitting and crochet and is very easy to knit and so much fun to wear. It’s a great pattern for using up leftover sock yarn or for that special handpaint sock yarn that you just had to buy!

Knits up quickly and is a great take-along project to work on while watching the kids at soccer or baseball. Or when you are waiting at the doctors office or when traveling. It's also a perfect project to tuck into one of my Sock Knitters Bags, you can get this pattern for free if you purchase one of them!

If you like the combination of a knitted shawl/scarf with a crocheted edging you'll also like the Clover Lace Cabled Shawlette pattern shown in the last photo. 

Skill level:
beginner/advanced beginner - requires basic knowledge of knitting and crochet

Materials needed:
380-400 yards of sock yarn or fingering weight yarn
24" or 29" size 8 circular knitting needle
size F crochet hook
row counter (helpful but not necessary)

Knitting stitches used:
knit stitch

Crochet stitches used:
double crochet

Finished size: approx. 80-84" from end to end, 11-12" from center to bottom point.

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Handpaint Scarf