Pocket Scarf 11/2013 #113
Draft-it-yourself scarf sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.
What could make an easy winter accessory better? Pockets! This draft-it-yourself scarf can be wrapped so many ways for a fun winter look, and is designed to double as a head covering. Pockets keep your hands extra toasty. In charcoal or a navy stripe, this pattern would look just as good on a man.
This pattern is from the Ivy League collection.
Knit fabrics which can be easily unravelled.
Amount of Fabrics
Note: On the lower edge of the scarf, pick up the stitches of the knit fabric with a knitting needle and cast them off. You will need the yarn from the remainder of the knit fabric for this. Unravel the fabric and wrap the yarn into a ball. Choose a needle size to match the yarn.
Knit fabric with widthwise print,
width: 145 cm (57 ins)
length: 1.30 m (1 1/2 yds).
Knitting needles to match yarn of fabric.
Braided trim, 1 cm (3/8 in) wide: 1.00 m (1 1/8 yds).
Tissue paper with centimeter grid (available at sewing stores).
This pattern doesn't include seam allowance
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