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Miramonte Scarf Knitting Pattern

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The Miramonte is a chunky knit scarf pattern featuring a simple diamond design. This scarf is an easy knit and works up quickly in super bulky yarn.

The Fossil color way in Wool Ease Thick & Quick works up nicely giving the pattern repeats a varied dimension. Self striping yarns make color so easy!

Chunky knit scarf with textured diamond pattern in beige.

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The diamond pattern works up with purl stitches on stockinette, with seed stitch edges. It’s an easy pattern to knit, and you’ll quickly be able to see when you need purl.

Chunky knit scarf in beige and grey on wood table.

Wool Ease Thick & Quick is such a great yarn for a knit scarf. It’s warm, knits up quick, and the colors are gorgeous.

I knit this scarf with just two balls, so if you want a scarf longer than 60″ be sure to pick up another ball or two.

Woman in white cable sweater with chunky knit scarf wrapped around her neck and draped in front.

More Free Scarf Knitting Pattern for Beginners

The Umbria is ever so squishy and a simple triangle scarf (or shawl) knitting pattern.

If you love a good scarf with pockets, then check out the Bienno Scarf knitting pattern. This one also works up quick with super bulky yarn!

And for the total beginner, this garter stitch scarf is as easy as it gets!

Woman in chunky knit scarf in beiges over white sweater smiling and looking down.

Materials

  • 174 yd/159m of #6 super bulky weight yarn; pictured in Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick (80% Acrylic; 20% Wool, 87 yd/80m, 5 oz/140 g); color: Fossil; 2 balls; you’ll need 1-2 balls more for a longer scarf.
  • 9mm (US Size 13) needles, yarn needle, measuring tape, scissors

Notes

  1. This scarf is knit flat in back and forth rows.
  2. You can use any cast on method you are comfortable with for this scarf. 
  3. For best result check gauge before beginning.

Stitches/Abbreviations

co-cast on

bo-bind off

k-knit

p-purl

rep-repeat

RS-right side

st(s)-stitch(es)

WS-wrong side

Level

Easy

Gauge

4″/10cm x 4″/10cm = 9 sts x 14 rows in stockinette

Finished Dimensions

Scarf is 60″/152.5cm long x 7″/18cm wide, after blocking.

Fit/Adjustments

The center panel is worked over 11 sts. The edges include 3 each on either side. Keep an odd number of sts if you would like to adjust it. 

To change the length, adjust the number of rows you repeat. Be sure to order more yarn if making changes.

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Scroll down for the free scarf knitting pattern!

Woman in white cable sweater with chunky knit scarf wrapped around her neck and draped in front.

Chunky Knit Scarf Textured Diamond Pattern

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 3 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

A chunky knit scarf pattern featuring a simple diamond design. The Miramonte Scarf is an easy knit and works up quick in super bulky yarn.

Materials

  • 261 yd/239m of #6 super bulky weight yarn; pictured in Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick (80% Acrylic; 20% Wool, 87 yd/80m, 5 oz/140 g); color: Fossil; 3 balls; you’ll need another ball for a longer scarf.

Tools

  • 9mm (US Size 13) needles,
  • yarn needle,
  • measuring tape,
  • scissors

Instructions

  1. CO 17
  2. → Rows 1-3: k, *p, k rep from * across.
  3. ← Row 4 [RS]: k, p, k, k5, p, k5, k, p, k
  4. **
    → Row 5 [WS]: k, p, k, p4, k, p, k, p4, k, p, k
  5. ← Row 6 [RS]: k, p, k4, p, k3, p, k4, p, k
  6. → Row 7 [WS]: k, p, k, p2, k, p5, k, p2, k, p, k
  7. ← Row 8 [RS]: k, p, k2, p, k7, p, k2, p, k
  8. → Row 9 [WS]: k, p, k2, p9, k2, p, k
  9. ← Row 10 [RS]: k, p, k2, p, k7, p, k2, p, k
  10. → Row 11 [WS]: k, p, k, p2, k, p5, k, p2, k, p, k
  11. ← Row 12 [RS]: k, p, k4, p, k3, p, k4, p, k
  12. → Row 13 [WS]: k, p, k, p4, k, p, k, p4, k, p, k
  13. ← Row 14 [RS]: k, p, k6, p, k6, p, k
    **
  14. Rep 5-14 (the rows between the **) for length of scarf.
  15. Last three rows → : k, *p, k rep from * across.
  16. BO.
  17. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Jane,
    Sorry you’re having that curling, I’ll try to help. It’s normal for stockinette based stitches to curl, that’s why we add edges like the seed stitch on this scarf so it will lay flat. Here are a few thoughts: possibly go up a needle size, try adding a few extra seed stitches for the edge, and blocking should help some too once you’re finished. I hope this helps!

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