Who doesn’t need a new t-shirt scarf? This stitch pattern is worked over super bulky needles in combination with arm knitting! It combines the best of arm knitting and broomstick lace in one flawless cowl. It can be worked to any width and with a variety of types of yarn for a really versatile look. This scarf works up quickly and is interesting enough to keep you from going brain dead — a common problem with knitted scarves.
The scarf can be left worked straight (if you have more yarn) or stitches together in a circle to make a super cute, bulky cowl.
This scarf is worked to any length you like. You can easily vary the width of the scarf by casting on more or less stitches, in multiples of 5 (ie 15, 20, 25 stitches). Worked short with one skein of yarn, you can stitch the ends for a cowl!
I have a helpful tutorial on this pattern found on my youtube channel:
Armstick Lace Scarf
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Loops & Threads T-Shirt
Bulky / 12 ply (7 wpi)
8 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch
US 19 – 15.0 mm
100 – 200 yards (91 – 183 m)
One width, any length