I Luv Ewe Ewe Scarf {free knitting pattern}

Knit this scarf for someone you luv dearly. They’ll luv you back, promise!

It's super squishy because of it's double thickness. And oh so warm.

I Luv Ewe Ewe Scarf


Heirloom Stitches 
Designed by Donna Higgins
Yarn: Wooly Worsted Washable, 95 yards,
    CC1: Teal #60, 1 skein
    CC2: Indigo #80, 2 skeins 
    CC3: Berry #10, 2 skeins

Knitting needles: Size US 8
Supplies: Darning needle

Abbreviations: luv = love
CC1 = favorite Wooly Worsted color
CC2 = another favorite Wooly Worsted color
CC3 = and yet another favorite Wooly Worsted color

Pattern:
Work in stockinette stitch throughout, working each stripe sequence in the same order. Begin with CC1, changing to CC2 and CC3 accordingly. Cut yarn between color changes.
Side 1
Cast on 27 stitches using CC1. (Use a provisional cast on if you wish to seam ends using a 3 needle bind off.)
Work a 6 row stripe using each color.
Work an 8 row stripe using each color.
Work a 14 row stripe using each color.
Work an 18 row stripe using each color.
Work a 24 row stripe using each color.
Work a 30 row stripe using each color.
Bind off. (If you used a provisional cast on, do not bind off. Leave stitches live to be worked later.)

Side 2
Cast on 27 stitches using CC2. (Use a provisional cast on if you wish to seam ends using a 3 needle bind off.)
Work until piece measure ½ the length of side 1 - minus 2”.
Change to CC3 and work a 14 row stripe.
Change back to CC2 and work a 14 row stripe.
Change to CC3 and work until piece measures the same length as side 1.
Bind off. (If you used a provisional cast on, do not bind off. Work a 3 needle bind off with side 1, at each end of scarf.)

Finishing
Secure yarn (tie a small knot) at each color change before seaming. Tuck yarn ends toward the inside of scarf. With wrong sides facing together, seam entire scarf using the mattress stitch.
Weave in ends.
Wet block using your favorite rinse less wool wash, such as Eucalan.

Click here to download the free pattern PDF.