Knitting patterns for scarves knit with dynamic designs based on daily temperaure, mood, books read, dice roll, RPGs, and more. Most patterns are free.
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Ribbed Temperature Blanket or Scarf
Easy temperature blanket created by knitting one row for each day of the year, in a color corresponding to the temperature on that day. At the end of the year you have a beautiful multicolor blanket. Perfect for mini skeins or stashbusting. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Gabrielle Vézina. Available in English and French
Naughty or Nice Calendar
The shawl with 12 lace charts that you can mix and match to the months of the year. Choose what you like or make this a year long record of each month's naughty or nice moods. Knit sideways on a bias with a small cable detail. Perfect for mini skeins or stashbusting. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Samantha Van Noy
Mood Scarf - Irish Moss
Scarf knit in stripes to match your mood -- either the one you have or the one you want to have. Knit in 4 Row Repeat Irish Moss. The mood suggestions are all positive but I think you could adapt the recipe to other moods. 3 color scheme suggestions. Designed by Yarnspirations
Binary Code Super Scarf
Create Any Message That You Want on a Binary Knit Super Scarf! Create a special secret message for loved one or encode a message for a prayer shawl. Aran weight yarn. MARLYMADEMEDOIT Super Scarf designed by Stephanie Menefee for Marly Bird. Does require email for download of code and pdf.
More Free Patterns
RPG / D&D Adventurer Scarf
Create a custom scarf for your D&D or RPG character with this sampler of six stitches based on different aspects (ability scores) of a character with lengths of stitch patterns depending on the score for the character. Strength is knit with Basket Stitch, Dexterity Purl and Garter Stripes, Constitution Squares, Intelligence Parallelogram Tile, Wisdom Stockinette Diamond, Charisma Double Moss Diamond. Makes the perfect gift for the gamer in your life, or an accessory to show off to your favorite tabletop RPG character. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Katie Applebee
Easy cowl knit with stripes representing the points as they are scored in each game using the colors of your favorite team! Knit while you enjoy the game and have a beautiful accessory at the end of the season. Two sizes. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Michelle Hunter
Mood Scarf - Shaker Rib
Scarf knit in stripes to match your mood -- either the one you have or the one you want to have. Knit in 2 Row Repeat Shaker Rib. The mood suggestions are all positive but I think you could adapt the recipe to other moods. 3 color scheme suggestion. Designed by Yarnspirations
Temperature Timepiece Shawl
Record the high temperature of every day in the stripes of this shawl/scarf/blanket with the color of each row based on temperature. Eyelet rows separate the months. Worsted weight yarn. Easy pattern and great for stashbusting. Designed by Andrea Shanti
Book Review Scarf
Designed for book readers, this easy ribbed scarf is a visual review and reminder of the books you read over a chosen timeframe. In a spin on temperature scarves, each color and stripe width represents the number of stars you would give the book. You can also use this recipe for movies or shows you watch. Designed by knittedblissJC
Patterns for Purchase
HiLo Temperature Cowl
Cowl knit in two color corrugated rib to represent the high and low temperatures of each day. Designed for mini skeins, it's also a great stashbuster. Sport weight yarn. Designed by Victoria Myers.