Charming Knit Gregory Scarf [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Take your outfit to the next level with this fashionable Gregory scarf. With its delightfully textures and thick fringe, this stylish and cozy knitted accessory will make a fine addition to your spring or fall wardrobe.

The pattern for this lovely scarf can be found on KnitPicks’ Website

Gregory Scarf – A Delightfully Cozy And Stylish Scarf

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Designed by the creative Sierra Morningstar, this striking accessory is knitted using the crossed blanket stitch and worked flat from end to end.

It is available in one size, and once completed, measures approximately 9.25 inches wide and roughly 65 inches long. If you prefer metric measurements, the width and length are about 23 cm and 165 cm respectively.

To make this scarf, you will need KnitPicks’ Twill Yarn, it is a super-soft and gorgeous worsted-weight yarn that is made up of 100% Superwash Merino Wool. The yarn is simply perfect for making cozy garments and accessories. Best of all, it is machine washable.

You will also need a size US 9 Straight knitting needle. That is a 5.5 mm needle if you are using the metric system.

Moreover, you will be required to be slipping stitches when working this piece. To slip a stitch just means you will pass a stitch from one needle to another without working it.

If you’d like to learn how to slip stitches properly, we have a fully illustrated, step-by-step guide on this technique here: Slipping Stitches Knitwise or Purlwise.

Once completed, you will need to weave in the yarn ends properly. We have an illustrated tutorial that will show you how to do this, step-by-step. Check it here: Learn How to Weave in Yarn Ends.

Download Pattern

You can download the FREE knitting pattern for this chic scarf here: Gregory Scarf Pattern.

In addition,  the recommended yarn can be purchased through this link here: KnitPicks’ Twill Yarn.

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