Pocketed October Scarf [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Look charming while staying toasty in this Pocketed October Scarf. This magnificently cozy accessory is a perfect pair for your spring or fall ensemble. You can also give it as a thoughtful, handmade gift to your fashionista friend.

The pattern for this gorgeous scarf can be found on LoveCrafts website.

Pocketed October Scarf – A Wonderfully Cozy Scarf

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 3 - Easy Level Knitters

Another superb design by the talented team over at LoveCrafts, this lovely accessory is both charming and impressive.

It comes in a single size and measures approximately 10 inches wide and about 60 inches long. That is about 25 cm in width and roughly 152 cm in length if you are using metric units.

The scarf is made using Lion Brand’s Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn, a delightfully soft and beautiful super chunky yarn that is made up of 80% acrylic and 20% wool. It is excellent for making stunning accessories like this one we’re making. Best of all, it is machine washable!

You will also need a size US13 knitting needle. That is a 9 mm needle if you prefer using metric measurements.

Furthermore, you will be using the M1 knitting increase and the k2tog knitting decrease when making this project. The m1 or make 1 is an almost invisible knitting increase. It can lean either to the left or to the right. As they mirror each other, they are perfect for shaping your knitting projects.

If you want to learn more about the M1 increase, check out our illustrated tutorials on both the left-leaning M1 or M1L and the right-leaning M1R.

The k2tog on the other hand is a knitting decrease that slants to the right. It stands for knitting two stitches together. This decrease technique is probably the easiest method of reducing your working stitches.

If you’d like to learn how to do the k2tog, we have a have fully illustrated tutorial for it. We’ll show you how to do the k2tog step-by-step. You can find this tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

You can get the FREE downloadable knitting pattern for this lovely scarf here: Pocketed October Scarf Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn.

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