Knitting patterns for scarves knit in a tube to hide reverse side stitch work. Many of the patterns are free Many of the patterns are free
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Field Guide Scarf
The pairing of deep cabled ends and a subtle diamond pattern for the body add interest and elegance to this scarf, knit in the round so there is no wrong side. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Plucky Knitter Design. Available in English and Norwegian.
Stripey Tube Scarf
Easy scarf knit in 2 round stripe pattern. Knit in the round so there's no stockinette curling issue and no wrong side. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed for 7 colors it's perfect for stashbusting or mini skeins. Super Bulky weight yarn. Designed by Purl Soho.
Vibrant hearts cover this stranded scarf knit in the round so all floats are hidden inside. Finished with a feather and fan lace border. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Lone Arnsted. Available in English and Norwegian.
Frango Sampler Scarf
Sampler scarf knit with sections of Shadow Chevron, mesh lace, moss stitch, an stockinette. Knit in the round as a tube so there's no unsightly wrong side. Aran weight yarn. Designed by Staci Perry of v e r y p i n k.
Falling Snow Scarf
Fair Isle flurries fall on this scarf that is knit in a tube, so it's double-cozy with no unsightly wrong side. The snowflake colorwork is all mapped out in both chart and written form. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Purl Soho.
More Free Patterns
Foxy Loxy Scarf
Myjah Conant designed this quick fox scarf made with yarn held double. Edited by Meghan Fournier
Fair Isle Scarf
Designed by Irina Poludnenko with a geometric pattern. Recommended yarn available on pattern page.
- Get the free knitting pattern for free registration at Annie’s site
- Purchase the video tutorial for this pattern and two other patterns (not necessary to get the free pattern)
Reversible Fair Isle Scarf
This scarf features a reversible Criss cross stitch lace section at each end. The body of the scarf is knit in the round as a tube so the scarf looks pretty on both sides. Designed by Clare Hutchinson.
Lord of the Rings Scarf
Tina Yeung designed this tube scarf with four rings (2 on each end). Together, the elvish writing on the rings read “One Ring to Rule them All, One Ring to find them, One Ring to Bring them All and in the Darkness bind them.” You’ll have to save the image of the chart to your computer and then print it.
The perfect gift for the tech lover in your life, this scarf incorporates binary code into stranded colorwork knit as as a tube so the reverse is hidden. You can knit random 1s and 0s or use a binary translator to create a message for your scarf like “I love you” or the recipient’s name. Ravelrers have adapted this pattern to hats, mitts, cowls, baby clothes, and more. Designed by by Christine Dumoulin for Knitty Pictured project by Neetstoo who knit the names of her family in binary in her scarf.
This keyhole scarf was designed by Thelma Egberts to match the fish hat knitting pattern above.
Patterns for Purchase
Colorful Fair Isle Scarf
This scarf has more than 40 fair isle patterns (motifs) and can use 21 colors! Choose how many motifs and colors you want to use. Great stashbuster for leftover yarn. It is knit in the round to hide the colorwork reverse. Designed by Aletta Boleyn
East Anglia Scarf
Lofty and warm, the East Anglia Scarf features an all-over diamond pattern in two contrasting colors. This scarf is generously sized and gender neutral, so it will work well for any adult. It is knit in the round as a seamless tube for easy finishing. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Bridget Pupillo
Scarf that features a chickadee bird on a background of colorwork leaves and flowers. This scarf is a tube, knit in the round, beginning and ending with a ribbed border. Sport weight yarn. Designed by Faye Kennington
Outside In Scarf
Knit as a tube with slipped stitch colorwork, all you have to do is turn this scarf inside out to get a different look. See the inside out look by clicking the link below and then clicking See more images.