The Gridland Scarf is a beginner-friendly project utilising the beauty of simple knit and purl stitches to make a big warm hug of a scarf.
5 balls of &Make Super Bulky (100% Highland wool, 80 m (87 yd) per 100 g ball). 3 balls of &Make Aran (50% Highland wool, 50% alpaca, 150 m (164 yd) per 100 g ball). 8 balls of &Make DK (55% Highland wool, 35% alpaca, 10% linen, 125 m (137 yd) per 50 g ball)
This pattern is available as a kit in either &Make DK, &Make Aran or &Make Super Bulky yarn. Along with the yarn, the kits include a PDF pattern and &Make Project Bag from The Fibre Co.
&Make is a range of yarn for stitchers at every stage of their crafting journey, made with 100% natural, sustainable fibres from renewable sources in a stunning full palette of cheerful brights and nuanced shades created by overdyeing a range of naturally light and dark coloured fibres.
The Gridland Scarf is knit from one end to the other, using knit and purl stitches to create a gridded pattern in the fabric. The edges are kept tidy with a slipped-stitch selvedge. Weave in the ends, and block your scarf, and voila! Your first scarf is ready to wear!
SIZES AND MEASUREMENTS:
&Make Super Bulky
Length 187 cm (73.5 inches)
Width 29 cm (12 inches)
Length 181 cm (71 inches)
Width 30 cm (12 inches)
Length 183 cm (72 inches)
Width 27 cm (11 inches)
&Make Super Bulky: 11 stitches and 18 rows…
&Make Aran: 18 stitches and 26 rows…
&Make DK: 24 stitches and 30 rows…
…to 10 cm (4 inches) measured over Stockinette Stitch (knit all stitches on right side, purl all stitches on the wrong side) after blocking.
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS REQUIRED:
- 8mm (US 11) needles
- Stitch markers
- Darning needle
Note: you may want to use bigger/smaller needles depending on your swatch gauge, as described in the Gauge section.
- How to Knit a Gauge Swatch
- Long Tail Cast On
- How to Weave in Ends
- How to Block Your Knitting
- How to Knit in the Round
The most current version of this pattern is V1. Please note you will be purchasing the latest pattern version. Pattern updates are sent to all customers who have purchased a pattern either through email or a Ravelry message.
If you find you are working with an older version please go to our errata page for details of corrections and updates made. You can find the version you are working from by checking the pattern page footers.
This knitting pattern comes as a PDF file, which is downloadable after purchase.