Now that winter is here, it’s time to bring the knitted scarves and sweaters out of your closet. Wanting to make one for your sewing project this weekend? Check these out and learn how to knit a scarf!
Knitted Scarves You Can Make In This Cold Weather
Just a couple of months ago, I made a stylish scarf for myself. And now that the weather is getting much colder, I want to make more scarves for my family and myself. This time, I am letting my sewing machine rest for a while because I’ll be using my knitting needles. Knitting is one of my favorite hobbies and I’m excited to make more knitting projects for this season. The list you’ll see below is of the most popular knitted scarves I found on Pinterest. They’re brightly colored, fun to knit, and are just the right thing to give a little extra splash of color during the gray snowy days.
1. Hudson Seed Stitch Scarf
Improve your seed stitch skills with this easy-to-knit Hudson scarf made with fishermen’s wool. The large knit is so attractive! This is the perfect beginner’s winter knitting project for anyone just getting into the craft.
2. Dash Scarf
This dash scarf will keep your neck warm with its super soft pixie dust yarn and sister yarn. The color combo of this scarf is gorgeous and the pattern is so simple. You can also use any yarn color you like.
3. Quick and Easy Knitted Infinity Scarf
You can easily make two of this quick and easy infinity scarf knowing only the basic knit and purl stitches. The pattern is so pretty, perfect for your everyday winter accessory. I’m sure you’ll look fabulous wearing it over a coat. You can also use any type and color of yarn you like.
4. Lovely Leaf Lace Scarf
This lovely leaf lace scarf is a fairly simple knitting project for beginners. The stitching pattern creates an elegant texture on the scarf. This is also an ideal gift for your friends and family.
5. Chunky Stripe Pocket Scarf
If you’re looking for a scarf to keep both your neck ad hands warm, this chunky stripe pocket scarf is absolutely perfect. The combination of zebra-like stripe and the fringe is so fascinating. The knit pattern of this scarf is completely in stockinette stitch, making it ideal for new knitters to try.
6. DIY Knitted Pom Pom Scarf
Are you new to knitting? Do you find some knitting patterns intimidating? Don’t throw in the towel just yet, because this DIY knitted pom-pom scarf is the perfect knitting project for you. It’s so quick and easy you can finish it in just an hour. This will be the perfect scarf to wear even when it’s freezing outside.
7. Men’s Winter Scarf
When my husband asked me if I could try to knit a scarf for him, I realized he only has a couple of scarves that have seen better days. So, I decided to try this men’s winter scarf that comes with a hat that I’m sure he will love. I know men don’t like flashy colors and this pattern is just right one. You may notice that this is the only unchic scarf from the list, but it’s perfect for the man of the house.
8. Jasmin Scarf
This Jasmin scarf looks so chic and comfy! It is made out of soft flax down and will absolutely keep you warm and cozy during cold days.
9. Frango Sampler Scarf
The color and texture of this Frango sampler scarf is undeniably beautiful. If you want to look gorgeous and stay warm in the snow, this is the perfect scarf to wear. The stitching pattern can be a bit intimidating but I’m sure you can whip this up in one or two tries.
10. Elegant Seed Stitch Scarf
This elegant seed stitch scarf is unbelievably easy to knit and perfect for beginners. The shade is simple and the texture is gorgeous. It’s so smooth, warm, and cozy, I’m sure kids, men, and women will all love to have one. You can also try other types of yarn if you want the lighter version of this scarf.
11. Tasseled Garter Stitch Scarf
Keep your neck warm and toasty with this tasseled garter stitch scarf. If you’re new to knitting, this knit scarf pattern is perfect for you. The stitching pattern is so easy to follow and can be a perfect gift for your girlfriends. I’m sure they’ll love it!
12. Reversible Chevron Scarf
With this reversible chevron scarf, you don’t need to worry which right side to show. It looks so simple but the knit stitches are so adorable. The knitting pattern is also versatile, you can use any yarn and knit according to your desired size.
13. Pure Stitch Scarf
Knitting with large needles makes for some pretty and quick knitting. This pure stitch scarf is made from a merino wool and uses a 9-inch knitting needle. The merino wool yarn is known as one of the best, lofty and soft wool. It made this scarf suitable for a snowy day.
14. Basic Boho Knit Scarf
Always look jazzed-up and style your winter wardrobe with this basic boho knit scarf. This scarf will look great and keep you warm at the same time. It’s so easy, you only need to learn the basic knit stitches.
15. Easy Ribbed Woodland Scarf
This easy ribbed woodland scarf is perfect for beginners. The scarf uses a simple rib stitch pattern. This scarf is reversible and adorable, you can use this all year round. It makes a perfect gift for your special someone. I’m sure you won’t regret making one!
16. Moss Stripe Knit Scarf
This moss stripe knit scarf is a great scarf for both men and women. The pattern is very simple and it is perfect for wintry days. This scarf will absolutely look gorgeous and stylish with your winter wardrobe.
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17. Seafoam Scarf
The stitching pattern of this seafoam scarf is easy to master, you will only work back and forth. The rainbow color of the scarf is so attractive. This will be one of the best scarves to gift your friends and family.
There are lots of knitting projects we can make for winter. You can watch the video from Hip creative below to learn how to knit a sweater:
I am really excited to try out one of these scarf patterns. You can easily make them with any color and type of yarn you like. The stitching patterns make an amazing knit scarf perfect for winter. You also don’t need to worry if you’re new to knitting because they’re suitable for beginners. Keep yourself warm and cozy with this these knitted scarf patterns and tutorials. Enjoy!
Which of the scarf from the list above do you want to knit first? Let me know by leaving a comment below! Looking for more knitting projects? Check these 33 knitting projects you can make this winter!