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Scrunch Scarf – Free Pattern!

December 13, 2010

Hi Spud & Chloë Friends,

I have a great last minute knitted gift for you today. I am calling it the Scrunch Scarf because that how it feels around your neck, all scrunchy and good. This scarf can be worked up in a matter hours on big needles and our big Outer yarn.

Here is some information you might like to know:


Finished measurements: 5 inches wide (garter stitch sections) by 64 inches in length

Yarn: Spud & Chloë Outer (65% superwash wool, 35% organic cotton; 100 grams/ 60 yards), 4 hanks in selected color (sample made in Rocket #7211)

Needles: US size 15 for stockinette sections (I used 24-inch circulars to work back and forth) and US size 11 for the garter stitch sections (I used two double-pointed needles to work back and forth)

Note: The scarf starts out on the larger size needles, then switches to the smaller size needles for the garter stitch section. I recommend using 2 double-pointed needles to work back and forth because it makes it easier to remember to switch back to the correct needle size when changing sections.

Gauge: 2 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch using the larger needles


I have been wanting to knit something in this fantastic Outer colorway, Rocket. It is a really great shade of pink.

I think a ruffle in a super bulky yarn looks so squishy and good. The edges on the stockinette section will roll under slightly. The simple increasing and decreasing creates a gorgeous and interesting scarf without being complicated.

You can wear it folded and pull the ends through the loop….

or wrapped around your neck a couple of times and tied. I like to wear it both ways!

Have fun with the Scrunch Scarf!

Click here to download the free pattern for the Scrunch Scarf!

Click here for the Ravelry project page for the Scrunch Scarf!

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