Something about long chunky scarves makes me feel extra cozy on chilly winter days. Not only are they cozy but they are stylish as well, making them a great winter accessory.
This pattern was created using the fisherman rib stitch to add extra warmth and squishiness to the scarf.
I used Bernat Softee Chunky in Grey Heather for this scarf. It a beautiful light grey that will go with almost any colour coat. You can use any super bulky (level 6) yarn to make this scarf, Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick is another great yarn to use.
This pattern is created using the fisherman rib stitch. To create this stitch you have to knit one below for all your knit stitches.
To knit one below, you stick your needle through the face of the stitch that is right below the stitch on your needle. Shown on the photo below.
This pattern is very simple to follow and makes for a quick mindless knit. You keep repeating the pattern until you have reached your desired length for your scarf. I Knit mine to be about 81 inches long.
Once you have knit your scarf to your desired length. Bind off and add fringe to the scarf if you would like.
I added two pieces of 14-inch yarn evenly spaced (8 times) across each end of the scarf, to add a little extra flare to the scarf.
Chunky Ribbed Knit Scarf
- 3 skeins of super bulky (level 6) yarn.
- 9mm straight knitting needles.
- Yarn needle.
- Optional: crochet hook for adding on the fringe
- This pattern is created in multiples of 2.
- Knit one below is abbreviated to K1b
- The scarf is 9 inches wide. If you would like it thinner cast on fewer stitches (in multiples of 2). If you would like a wider scarf cast on more stitches (in multiples of 2).
- The scarf is about 81 inches long. If you would like the scarf to be longer, add more rows. If you would like the scarf to be shorter knit fewer rows.
Written for an adult.
Cast on 18 stitches
Row 1: Purl
Row 2: P1, K1b, (P1, K1b) *Repeat until the end of the row.
Row 3- 145: Repeat row two
The scarf should be about 81 inches.
Cast off and your done!
Optional. Cut 32, 14-inch pieces of yarn to add on the fringe to the scarf. Use two pieces of yarn for each fringe. Space the fringe out evenly to add 8 bunches of fringe to each end of the scarf.
This pattern is an original pattern by Meg Hardison of The Northern Moose. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. Please do not reprint this pattern on your site. You may keep a copy of the pattern for your own personal use, but please do not sell the pattern or distribute it.
You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to me Meg Hardison and link back to The Northern Moose Blog or @thenorthernmoose on Instagram or Facebook. Permission is not granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you for being respectful and for your understanding!