Aircon Scarf

Aircon scarf : an easy knitted scarf free pattern

This aircon scarf is a simple summer free knit scarf pattern with a twist: some simple lace sections are added to this simple garter stitch scarf. Don’t panic, these lace sections are very easy and beginner-friendly.

This simple, yet elegant design combined with the cotton yarn is exactly what you need to fight the aircon during the summer. On top of that, it goes with any outfit. I always have mine in my handbag just in case.

No time right now, pin this free knit scarf pattern for later.

Aircon Scarf: an easy knitted scarf free pattern

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The yarn I choose for this summer scarf pattern is LionBrand 24/7 cotton yarn. It’s a nice and sturdy worsted weight cotton yarn. It’s very comfortable and easy to work with. I absolutely love the charcoal color (check out the Sunshine Crop Sweater which uses the same yarn if you’re not convinced yet).

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Before you Start

Materials

  • 6 mm knitting needles. I’m using this basic set of double pointed needles I love in the step by step pictures but you don’t need them. You can use straight needles or circular needles if you prefer.
  • Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn. You need 2 100g skeins ( 340 m / 372 yards) in charcoal color.
  • Tapestry needle to weave in the ends. I love this set as it has different eye sizes for different yarn thickness and it comes in a small tube which is very convenient so I don’t lose them.
  • T pins for blocking.

Abbreviations

  • k =knit
  • st = stitch
  • k2tog = knit 2 stitches together
  • yo = yarn over = bring your yarn forward

Repeat the stitches between * * the indicated number of times or until the end of the row.

Repeat rows between ** ** the indicated number of times.

The gauge for this pattern in garter stitch is 18 stitches by 31 rows is a 10cm by 10cm square

Size

This summer scarf is 20 cm wide and 190 cm long. You can easily adapt the width by adding / removing a multiple of 2 stitches.

The Aircon Scarf Actual Pattern

On 6mm needles cast on 37 stitches.

Knit for 7cm (22 rows) in garter stitch (knit stitch on both sides of the pattern).

Aircon Scarf easy free knitting pattern

Make your first lace section:

summer scarf pattern step 2
  • Knit 1 stitch, * yarn over, k2tog * repeat for the entire row
easy knitted scarf pattern step 3
  • On the next row, knit across
  • Repeat these 2 last rows once.

Knit 4 rows

summer scarf pattern step 4

Repeat the lace section.

** Knit for 20cm.

easy knitted scarf pattern step 5

On the front side of the project (refer to above picture to identify the front side), make a lace section:

  • Knit 1 stitch, * yarn over, k2tog * repeat for the entire row
  • On the next row, knit across
  • Repeat these 2 last rows.

Knit 4 rows

Repeat the lace section**

summer scarf pattern step 6

Repeat the part between ** 5 times total

Knit for 7cm, cast off and weave in the ends

Blocking this Easy Knitted Scarf

To make the lace stitch sections come out more and to even out your tension, block your scarf.

Don’t skip this step as it can make a huge difference. Read my detailed tutorial on why block, how-to, and all my tips and tricks if you need help.

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Aircon Scarf: an easy knitted scarf pattern

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