This fall and winter, wrap up in the classy style and comforting warmth of the Knit Black Bear Scarfie. Ideal for both men and women, this elegant piece is an absolute selfie-worthy accessory. As a matter of fact, this fantastic warmer makes for a wonderful holiday or birthday gift idea for family and friends.
The pattern for these socks is found on the Lion Brand Yarn website. The price that you’ll see when you first land on the pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. It is the price of the recommended yarn which you can buy through the website.
You will find the Download Free Pattern button just below the [Add All to Cart] button.
Black Bear Scarfie – An Instagrammable Knit Scarf
Another brilliant creation by designer Lisa Carnahan, the Knit Black Bear Scarfie has that simple yet classic scarf look you love. Pair it with your best chilly season ensemble and take a snapshot for the perfect holiday post on social media.
In addition, this pattern is ideal for beginner knitters to work on.
Moreover, the pattern comes in one size, which measures 7 by 72 inches. That’s about 18 by 183 cm if you prefer to use the metric system.
For this hat, you will need the Heartland Yarn, which is an exquisitely soft yarn, conveniently easy-care, and medium-weight. The solids are spun from 100% premium acrylic, while the tweeds are made from a blend of acrylic and rayon. In fact, this yarn is great for garments, afghans, and accessories.
Moreover, you will also be needing US size 9 knitting needles. That’s 5.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.
Finally, as you come to finish the pattern, you will have to weave in the yarn ends. This method will give your shrug a nice and neat finish.
If you like to learn how to do this, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for this technique. You can find the tutorial here: Learn How to Weave in Yarn Ends.
Download the FREE knitting pattern for this fashionable and functional scarf: Black Bear Scarfie Pattern.
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Heartland Yarn.