Knit Scaredy Cat Scarf [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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This knitted Scaredy Cat Scarf is for your darling who loves to play with cats or simply loves to be out and about on chilly days. It’s a wonderful scarf for trick-or-treating on Halloween, too!

You can get the pattern for this cutie cat scarf on Lion Brand’s website.

Scaredy Cat Scarf – A Lovable Kiddie Scarf

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

From designer Amy Bahrt, this Knit Scaredy Cat Scarf is a fun pattern to knit all year long. In fact, it’s ideal for intermediate knitters who want to try their hands on chain stitches.

If you’re looking for a new and exciting fall or winter accessory for your kids, this scarf will do the trick. Plus, it’s a great handmade children’s gift idea.

The pattern comes in one size, measuring 4.5 wide and 42 inches long, excluding the tail. That’s about 11.5 cm wide and roughly 106.5 cm long if you prefer the metric system.

To make this scarf, you will be needing Lion Brand’s Vanna’s Choice Yarn. This yarn comes in a range of exquisite shades, silky-soft, and conveniently easy-care.

Moreover, you will need a US size 9 knitting needle. That’s a 5.5 mm needle if you prefer to use the metric system.

Among the knitting techniques that you need to work this pattern are the k2tog and the kfb. The k2tog or knitting 2 stitches together is a basic decrease technique that slants to the right.

On the other hand, the kfb or bar increase is one of the simpler techniques for increasing your stitch count by 1 stitch.

If you like to learn how to make these two essential stitches, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorials for these techniques. You can find the one for k2tog here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog) and the one for KFB is here: Learn How to Make a KFB or Bar Increase.

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this lovable knitted kiddie scarf here: Scaredy Cat Scarf Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Vanna’s Choice Yarn.

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