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. With clear illustrated instructions and a full range of tutorials, it is a perfect first knitting project or a wonderfully mindless project for more experienced knitters looking for a little zen on their needles. Designed to be a staple of the wardrobe in the cooler months, with minimalist, genderless style, and subtle details, and once you have knit your scarf, there are many ways to wear it!
This kit is for a solid colour Gridland Scarf in The Fibre Co.’s &Make Super Bulky yarn. Kits are also available for a colourblock version as well as solid for &Make Aran, colourblock for &Make Aran and solid for &Make DK and striped for &Make DK yarns.
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, block your scarf, and voila -your first textured scarf is ready to wear!
- Free PDF of Gridland Scarf knitting pattern by The Fibre Co. Team
- 5 balls of &Make Super Bulky yarn
- Free &Make Project Bag from The Fibre Co.
5 balls of &Make Super Bulky (100% Highland wool, 80 m (87 yd) per 100 g ball).
The photos show the scarf in the shade Peacock. Choose from any shade of &Make Super Bulky as shown above.
Sizes and measurements:
Length: 187 cm (73.5 in)
Width: 29 cm (12 in)
Needles and notions required:
You can use straight or circular needles in the following size:
- 8mm (US 11)
Note: you may want to use bigger/smaller needles depending on your swatch gauge, as described in the Gauge section of the pattern.
- 6 stitch markers — to remind you when to change from knit to purl
- A darning needle to weave in ends
- 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