This pretty scarf was made with the Aurora Yarn which is a roving style yarn that combines many hues in each skein to make blended stripes. The pattern is a good way to learn how to knit a bias scarf. When worn the scarf’s stripes show diagonally.

The pattern available here is designed for a chunky weight yarn. This project goes pretty fast and should take about a weekend to complete.

Skill level: Confident Beginner.

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  • 1 skein or approximately 166 yards of chunky yarn (Size 5)
  • Size 11 (8mm) straight Knitting Needles
  • Yarn needle


Cast on 20 Stitches.

  1. (right side) Slip first stitch knitwise, Make 1 (make a stitch by knitting through the front of the next stitch, then without dropping the stitch, knit through the back of the loop, then move both stitches to your right hand needle), knit to the last 3 stitches, knit two together, knit last stitch.
  2. Each wrong side row, knit all stitches.
  3. You will repeat Rows 1 & 2 until scarf is the desired length.
  4. Bind off loosely, knitwise.
  5. Enjoy!
Pattern created by Lisa Hinckley on behalf of Craft Warehouse.