Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Easy Peasy kids scarf





A simple but effective free kids scarf/snood pattern for beginners to celebrate!!
Scarf/snood popularity has grown so much it is now enjoyed by people off all ages, from young children to grandparents.
Making it stylish yet practical with it being light weight and soft it can be worn in different seasons.  It is a perfect addition to your little ones wardrobe for the winter and fall months. This unusual kid’s scarf/snood looks great worn underneath a heavy coat or jacket.
This scarf/snood is also great for kids who are in the ‘I want to be independent’ phase, because they can simply pull it over their heads for privacy, while staying nice and warm.
Under coat children’s scarf size 3 to 5 year old.
The knitting instructions are actually very, very simple. Straightforward pattern. 

What will you need:
2 balls yarn (100 g.). I used DK (Wool, Nylon blend). 123 yards/113 metres.
Knitting Needles:  4 mm [US 6].
Yarn needle. Sew the ends together.

Abbreviations and explanations
K = Knit
K2tog – knit two together

How to knit scarf/snood?
Let’s start:
Cast on 24 sts on needle size 4 mm / US 6.
Rows 1-19: Knit to end of row; (24sts)
Row 20: knit to end of row, cast on 6 sts. (30 sts)
Rows 21-67-: Knit to end of row; (30 sts)
Row 68:  k2tog x 6, knit to end of row; (24sts)
Rows 69-79: Knit to end of row; (24sts)
Cast off.
Make 2 pieces and sew them together.
Kids scarf knitting pattern 
Have another cup of coffe – you are done!
Wash and care instructions: To keep the snood in a good condition hand wash it in cool (30˚C) soapy water. Wrap it in a towel and squeeze gently to remove excess water. ay flat on a smooth surface to dry. Do not iron.
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3 comments:

  1. What a simple pattern yet very effective, thank you so much

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  2. It's a great idea but how do they go together? I've been trying to figure it out for 2 hours and haven't figured it out. Can you diagram it please?

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