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Free knitting pattern – Sugar Cubes Scarflette

Sugar Cubes Scarflette Freee Knitting Pattern on Yarn by Yarn Obsession

Free Knitting Pattern – Sugar Cubes Scarflette

This free knitting pattern is for all my knitting friends! The Sugar Cubes Scarflette was one of my debut patterns. This free knitting pattern is easy enough for a beginner and has an optional crochet edging. Anyone with basic knitting skills can make this scarf. Make the sugar cubes scarflette this weekend as a gift for someone you love and haven’t heard from in some time. Re-connect, it’s as easy as knit and send! Enjoy the gentle pattern and beautiful texture on this knit project.

Pattern Level – Beginner

Materials

  • Worsted Weight yarn color of your choosing (demo made from 85% wool, 15% mohair). Approximately  190 yds.
  • US #9 needles (5.5 mm)
  • Crochet hook H (5.0)

Size – Will vary

Pattern stitches used

  • k- knit
  • p- purl

Instructions:

Cast on 33 sts.

Rows 1 and 5 (RS): Knit

Rows 2, 4, 6, and 8: K the knit sts and P the purl sts

Row 3: k1, *p2, k6; rep from * to end

Row 7: k5, *p2, k6; rep from * to last 4 sts, end p2, k2

Rep rows 1-8 twenty-one (21) times (or as many times as your desired length requires)

Bind off all sts, and insert crochet hook in last loop

Edging:

3 sc in corner

sc evenly across to corner, 3 sc in corner 3 times

Sc evenly across, sl st in first sc, bind off

Weave in ends, block & wear

I’d love to hear and see if you make this pattern, drop by Facebook and share your image!

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Comments

  1. Gertrude A. Carter says:

    That’s beautiful! Unfortunately I don’t know how to knit. I think that will have to be my next challenge.

  2. On the pattern for rows 1 and 5 it says knit then for rows 2,4,6,8 it says knit the knit stitches and purl the purl stitches. How can this be when row 1 is all knit stitches.

    • Hey Anita, because starting on row 3 there is a variation in the stitches, so basically what you’d do is follow the stitches ad they come up, row 2 would mean an all knit row, where row 4 would have an alternating pattern. I hope that makes sense. Let me know if you’re still confused.

“Hi! Just wanted to say that you did a GREAT job of explaining the HDC (half double crochet) edging for a single crochet blanket in your YouTube video. Thank you so much! God Bless” - Donna M.
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