112 free knitting patterns tagged free lace scarf knitting pattern
Over 100+ free lace scarf knitting patterns for you to knit! Knitting lace is deeply rewarding as any knitter can attest to, you can create something intricate, ornate and beautiful with your very own two hands.
Below you will find over 100 free lace scarf knitting patterns including patterns using fingering weight yarn, DK yarn, kidsilk, mohair and more. There are patterns for every level knitter from repetitive easy to learn lace stitches to intermediate scarf patterns to quite complex free lace scarf knitting patterns that will really challenge your knitting skills.
Free lacy scarf knitting patterns with chevron lace, checkerboard lace, diamond lace, diagonal striped lace, leaf lace patterns and more, never experience knitters block again!
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Free Knitting Pattern for a Lace Avita Scarf
Free Knitting Pattern for a Lace Avita Scarf. Skill Level: Intermediate Finished Measurement: 7 x 48” Free knit pattern for a lacey scarf with a continuous lace panel. Free Pattern
Free Knitting Pattern for a Delicate Lace Scarf
Free Knitting Pattern for a Delicate Lace Scarf. Skill Level: Intermediate Corinna is a delicate lace scarf made with 2 balls of Aerial. It’s a perfect kiss of warmth to carry with you on some of those unpredictable spring days. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 11″ 28 cm …
Free Long Eyelet Scarf Knitting Pattern
Free Long Eyelet Scarf Knitting Pattern. Skill Level: Intermediate FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 98″ / 249 cm acoss top x 27″ / 68.5�cm down center YARN :BERROCO REMIX LIGHT�(100 grs): 2�balls #6965 Plum, BERROCO AERIAL�(25 grs): 3 balls #3421 Plum NEEDLES and NOTIONS: 32″ / 80 cm …
Free Knit Pattern for a Fantasy Stitch Shawl Scarf
Free Knit Pattern for a Fantasy Stitch Shawl Scarf. Skill Level: Intermediate Free Pattern
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Drop Stitch Ribbon Scarf
Simple drop stitch paired with ribbon yarn makes an incredible statement scarf by Jeweled Elegance.
Tiger Eyes Lace Scarf
Toni Maddox designed this scarf for fingering yarn. Requires blocking.
Designed by manaal for fingering yarn.
Ellielabelle provides this idea for knitting an unforgettable scarf with just stockinette: Take two lovely yarns from stash, knit in stockinette stripes and see what weirdness ensues. She used Noro Kureyon Sock and Habu Stainless Steel Wool lace.
Bonnie Sennott was inspired by a lace pattern that reminded her of corn kernels (hence the name). Width: 9.5 inches
Length: 65 inches
One Row Lace Scarf
Turvid designed this super simple scarf pattern. Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with 4). Knit 2 rows. Knit pattern row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times. Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length. Knit 1 row and cast off. The pictured project by jondrejka used a sport weight mohair yarn with size 9 needles, though the pattern recommends fingering weight on size 10 needles.
Column of Leaves Lace Scarf
Brooke Nelson designed this versatile scarf pattern for worsted weight yarn, on size 7 needles, but it can be knit on any yarn and needles you want. This pattern is very easy to memorize after a few repeats, making for quick and fun work. Pictured project by juliezryan
Shelby Dyas designed this scarf with a wavy lace pattern. It can also be used to make a shawl.
Toni Maddox designed this scarf for worsted yarn.
Lovely Leaf Lace Scarf
Purl Soho designed this cozy lace scarf for Aran weight yarn.
I Feel Pretty
Full written AND charted instructions are in this lace and cable pattern by Caoua Coffee. I’m considering adapting this with an angel wings pattern.
April Showers Scarf
Purl Soho designed this scarf with shell stitch lace that looks like umbrellas as well. Pictured project by Taya
Janelle Martin’s pattern includes both a chart and written out instructions for working the lace mesh pattern.
10 Lace Scarf Free Knitting Patterns
Lace scarves are ideal for when you need a light layer that keeps your neck warm and finishes your outfit. But if the day heats up, it’s easy to remove and stash in a purse or tote.
Add some lace scarves into your wardrobe. They are a simple way to update your wardrobe without the need to buy an entire outfit.
In addition, knitting lace is a lot of fun! You’ll get the chance to try interesting stitches that keeps your mind busy.
Quite a few of these projects are easy knits using bulky yarn for fast results. Other projects use lace weight yarn knitted on larger needles for an open and airy look.
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#1. Cora Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
The Cora Scarf combines cables and simple lace for a texture-rich treat with a neat, slipped-stich edge. Includes both written instructions and a chart so you’re covered no matter your preference.
Uses aran weight yarn
Designed by Hiberknits
#2. Flourish Lace Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern
The long scarf will keep you cozy all winter long. Its dramatic length is great for wrapping around your neck at least one time. It features a lovely, oversized lace stitch pattern. At just 21 stitches across, the Flourish Scarf works up unbelievably fast.
Uses super bulky weight yarn
Created by Universal Design Team
#3. Snowfall Cowl Free Knitting Pattern
The allover lacework reminded us of snow falling on a quiet evening. This quick and easy cowl is knit flat and the addition of one simple button connects the corners to keep you warm!
Knit flat in garter stitch with a basic and beautiful lace pattern, this project will fly off your needles! Add a button at the end to secure the cowl and make it your own. Wear and love!
Uses bulky weight yarn
Designed by Heather Walpole
#4. Checkerboard Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
This pattern is really no more than a combo of yarn overs and standard issue decreases, all guided by one simple rule: every yarn-over hole makes a stitch and so requires a corresponding decrease to keep the stitch score even. Make a stitch here, take a stitch there, and watch a field of little diamond-shaped checkerboards grow!
Uses fingering weight yarn
Designed by Purl Soho
#5. Easy Chunky Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
This scarf lace knitting pattern is a great introduction to lace knitting. It’s a quick-knit on super bulky weight yarn and large needles.
If you’ve never knitted lace before, this is your project! There’s even a how-to video that guides you step-by -step through the whole project.
Uses super bulky weight yarn
Designed by Sheep and Stitch
#6. Smiley Diamonds Stole Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
This knits up into a giant triangle with big holes you can use to pull the ends through, which is useful if you’re always misplacing shawl pins.
Better still, it’s a triangle that doesn’t use that center increase thing that makes a big line down the middle. The lace pattern is a simple repeat that you’ll be able to do in your sleep after the first couple of rounds.
Uses bulky weight yarn
Designed by Kimberly Michael
#7. Blossom Dance Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
Blossom Dance is a long lightweight scarf, delicate and modern. The special stitch used in this lace knit reminds of the intricate blossom dancing in the delicate spring sunshine.
It is a pretty fast project that has just enough complexity to keep the knitting both interesting and easy to memorize. Repeats of the pattern allow to adjust it depending on the desired length and width of a finished scarf.
Uses lace weight yarn
Designed by Life Is Cozy
#8. Frostlight Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
Keep the frost at bay when you wrap up in this cozy scarf, knit in one piece from end to end. Graceful fringes, eyelet and ribbed stitches add textural appeal.
Written as well as charted stitch patterns, helpful tips and video tutorials make Frostlight a fast, fun project for even the newest lace knitters.
Uses worsted weight yarn
Designed by Robin Ulrich
#9. Birch Trees Lace Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
A simple lacy scarf with five panels of branching pattern repeats and a moss stitch edging border.
Knitting skills you will need:
Cast on, cast off, knit two stitches together, bring the yarn forward, knit through the back of the loop.
Uses DK weight yarn
Designed by Julia Marsh
#10 Saroyan Scarf Free Knitting Pattern
Knit in one piece from start to finish, Saroyan is a perfect project for beginning lace knitters.
This tapered scarf can be worn a variety of ways, and the construction helps to keep your neck nice and cozy.
Uses worsted weight yarn
Designed by Liz Abinante
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