Michele Scarf | Knit Pocket Scarf Pattern
Is it a pocket scarf, shawl, wrap, or all of the above? I love the casual versatility and functionality of this wide scarf. Worked in bulky or chunky weight yarn, it knits up quickly while providing extra warmth and squishiness. It’s perfect for a lazy morning inside or a chilly fall evening outside.
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The pattern is divided into three sections. A simple cable repeat is worked up one side of the scarf. The middle section is worked without the cabling, and in the last section, the cable pattern is reversed and worked down the other side. A textured seed stitch pattern creates the border. The pockets and fringe are optional additions and the pattern repeat can be increased or lessened to fit the length and style you prefer. The gauge and size given is a guideline; different size yarn and needles will produce a smaller or larger scarf.
22” width/60” length (without fringe)
12 sts/16 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch
600-650 yards of bulky (size 5) weight yarn
US size 11 needles
Stitches to Know
Knit, purl and a basic knowledge of cable stitches
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