Yay for FREE patterns! I’m happy to share the Levi Scarf with you. This pattern has a very special place in my heart. Named after my oldest child, and meaning “joined in harmony,” this pattern was always meant to be! If you’d like to help support this one-woman-show and have a copy for keeps you’ll find an ad-free printable PDF here! This scarf was inspired by my determination to become more familiar with grading patterns. I love options, as a matter a fact, I NEED options. This is the driving force behind wanting my patterns to match my desires! I’m starting small with the Levi Scarf, but this is only the beginning! Below you’ll find the Levi Scarf Pattern including instructions for a universal child and an adult size!
I look forward to creating more sizing options in all my future projects; particularly home décor! If you know me, you know I’m a huge fan of designing pillows and items to make a space feel cozy! I have cushions of all sizes dancing in my head as I type this; I can’t wait to design them. Cozy is the name of my maker game, as well as dramatic accessory items. I gravitate towards statement pieces that add personality and depth to a look or space. If I’m talking your language look no further and start your latest project. Without further delay, the Levi Scarf!
* Disclosure: This pattern contains affiliate links, which means I, Leah Gordon, may earn a small commission from purchases made, at no additional cost to you. These are products I highly recommend and use.*
8 mm • US size L/11 or hook to obtain gauge
Weight 4 • 205-360 yds
Lion Brand, Pound of Love or any worsted weight yarn
Color: Pastel Green or color of choice
GAUGE (4 x 4″)
11 sts x 10 rows in pattern below
8″ x 84″ (Adult)
8” x 60” (Child)
Machine washable and dryable on cool and gentle settings. It is recommended to hand-wash and air dry to prevent felting and pilling of finished scarf.
To layer or not to layer, the choice is yours! This worsted scarf is squishy, warm, and has all the drape for added drama. The Levi Scarf is perfect for layering or wearing on its own.
This scarf is worked flat. Rows 2-11 (child), or 2-17 (adult) are all worked in the back loops of stitches from previous rows. This adds drape and gives a knit ribbing look to the overall texture.
Row 1 (RS): HDC in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch to end, turn. 165, (231 sts).
*Rows 2-11(17) only work in the back loops of sts from previous rows.
Row 2 (WS): Ch 1 (does not count as first st throughout ), sl st to end, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, [HDC, ch 1, sk 1, HDC] to end, turn.
Row 4: Rep Row 2.
Row 5: Ch 1, HDC to end, turn.
Row 6: Rep Row 2.
Row 7: Rep Row 5.
Row 8: Rep Row 2.
Row 9: Rep Row 3.
Rows 10-11: Rep Rows 4-5, fasten off.
Rows 10-14: Rep Rows 4-8.
Rows 15-17: Rep Rows 3-5, fasten off.
With a large-eye tapestry needle weave in any ends.
Block to final measurement.
You now have a brand new handmade scarf
to wear, gift, and enjoy!
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