Fast & Fun Scarves

Fast & Fun Scarves

Fast & Fun Scarves

Use your leftover yarn to make easy multi-textured, fast and fun scarves!

Here is one with black and white eyelash yarn, with some multicolored confetti!

Fast & Fun Scarves
This picture isn’t very good, sorry – the only one I had and I already gave it away! but lots of fun yarns made this one so gorgeous!
Fast & Fun Scarves

Most knitted scarves are 5-9 inches wide and you’re constantly turning your work as it gets longer & tangles.  To make it easier, I created a scarf knitted sideways on a circular needle.

Starting with leftover yarn of various textures & weights, I began  garter stitch knitting on a large circular needle (#10-13) until the piece was my desired length.  There’s no specific guide as to how long or how much yarn you may use and most simple stitches make it quick & easy.

Using bulky weight yarn, different eyelash yarns, miscellaneous worsted weights, and sometimes knitting two yarns together to create texture, I continued knitting rows until reaching my desired width. Then I did the usual bind off & wove in yarn ends.
fast and fun scarves

Here is another fast and fun scarf with a super soft light teal yarn, with some confetti yarn mixed in for spot of color!
fast and fun scarves

Ebony Sparkles

 

These scarves are fun to create and work up quickly. I made several as gifts for family & friends at Christmas.  Several people asked me to make up scarves in specific color palettes to match their jackets or coats.  Just for enjoyment, I gave names to many of the color designs.  Some examples were Ocean Snowflakes, Ebony Sparkles, Grape Frost and Copper Penny which I’ve shown here.

Here is a closeup to show the mix of yarns in this fast and fun scarf!

Fast & Fun Scarves

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