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Diagonal Knit Scarf – Johnny B Warm

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This diagonal knit scarf is made to pair with the Johnny B Warm diagonal knit hat I released last week to make a fun, easy, and warm unisex winter set.

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Just as with the hat, the sizing is changed by adjusting the needle size and the number of strands of yarn held together as one. This pattern is very simple, using just knit stitches, knit two together, and knit front and back. There are video tutorials for each of these stitches, and for casting one, linked in the stitches and abbreviations list. The fun knotted tassels at the end of the scarf are also explained in this pattern so you can recreate them yourself on this diagonal knit scarf or elsewhere!

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Johnny B Warm Scarf

Diagonal Knit Scarf Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Johnny B Warm Scarf by Jessie At Home - 1

Supplies

Size
Small: 50×6”
Medium: 55×6.5”
Large: 60×8”

Yarn
Lion Brand Heartland: (100% Acrylic), Size 4 (11 wpi, worsted weight), 251 yds / 142 g (yds/g = 1.77)
1 (1, 2) skeins, [185 (230, 300) yds / (105 (130, 170) g] each of 3 (3, 4) different colors

Needles
6.5 mm (US 10 ½) Small (3 strands)
8.0 mm (US 11) Medium (3 strands)
9.0 mm (US 13) Large (4 strands)

Gauge: Learn about gauge HERE
Small: 12 sts x 24 rows = 4” [10 cm]
Medium: 11 sts x 22 rows = 4” [10 cm]
Large: 9 sts x 18 rows = 4” [10 cm]

Other supplies
Yarn Needle

Stitches and Abbreviations: click on highlighted sts for tutorials
co – cast on
k – knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
kfb – knit front and back
st(s) – stitch(es)

Getting Started
  • Read through all instructions before beginning.
  • Leave the starting and ending tails of yarn at least 10” long.
  • Make sizes Small and Medium holding 3 strands together as one, and Large holding 4 strands together as one.
  • Row counts are at the end of each Row after the period, if the count has changed from the previous Row. {count here}

Pattern

Increase Section

CO 2

Increase Cast On

Row 1: Kfb, k1. {3 sts}

Increase Row 1

Rows 2-24: Kfb, k to end. {26 sts at end of Row 24}

Increase Section Done

Straight Section

Row 1: K2tog, k to end. {25 sts}

Straight Section Row 1

Row 2: Kfb, k to end. {26 sts}
Repeat Rows 1&2 until piece measures 50 (55, 60) inches along longest side, ending with a repeat of Row 2.

Decrease Section

Row 1: K2tog, k to end. {25 sts}
Rows 2-23: K2tog, k to end. {3 sts at end of Row 23}

Decrease Section Row 2

Row 24: K2tog, k1. {2 sts}
Row 13: K2tog.

Decrease Section Done

Cut yarn 10” from needle and pull through.

Tassels

  • Cut 24” long strands, 24 each of 4 colors of yarn, or 48 each of 2 colors of yarn, regardless of size.
  • Attach 12 bundles of yarn (1 each of 4 colors or 2 each of 2 colors) as tassels along each of the short edges of scarf.
    • Insert a crochet hook through scarf.
    • Pull the center of the bundle through with the hook.
    • Grab the ends and pull them through the loop.
    • Pull ends to tighten tassel.
Attaching Tassels
  • Take all (3 or 4) strands from the start or end tail and 4 strands from the tassel next to it and tie them together with an overhand knot. Place the knot about ¼ inch from the edge of the scarf.
  • Take the remaining 4 strands from the last tassel, and 4 strands from the next tassel and tie them together with an overhand knot. Place the knot about ¼ inch from the edge of the scarf.
  • Repeat the last step until only 4 strands of yarn remain unknotted.
  • Take the 4 strands left unknotted and 4 strands coming from the last knot made and tie them together with an overhand knot. Place the knot about ¼ inch from the previous knot.
  • Take the remaining 4 strands from the last knot, and 2 strands from the next knot and tie them together with an overhand knot. Place the knot about ¼ inch from the knots above.
  • Repeat the last step until only 4 strands of yarn remain unknotted.
Tying Tassels
  • Repeat the last 3 steps 3 more times so there are 5 rows of knots.
  • Cut yarn 2” below last row of knots.
Completed Tassels

Wear or give and enjoy!

Johnny B Warm Scarf by Jessie At Home - Pin 2

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