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{FREE} TRUST : Scarf Cowl Knitting Pattern

Super easy, beginner scarf knitting pattern

Grab the {FREE} TRUST : Scarf Cowl Knitting Pattern. This is a beginner knitting pattern using one skein of a super bulky yarn with faux buttons.


  • Available Sizes: One
  • Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart
  • Pattern Language: English
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • PDF Format: Printer Friendly


  • Knit Flat {Back & Forth}
  • Knit Stitches


  • Yarn Weight: Super Bulky
  • Yardage: 100 – 105 yards {91 – 96 meters}
  • Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick
  • Needle Size: US 13 {9mm} Knitting Needles
  • Extras: Three Buttons, Needle & Thread
  • {My favorite button shop is LindsayStreemDIY on Etsy.}
  • {Learn About Yarn Substitutes.}


  • Measurements: 31″ x 7″ {78cm x 18cm} {Laying Flat}
  • Gauge: 10 sts & 18 rows per 4” {10cm} square {Knit Flat}


  • CO 17 STS
  • Knit all rows, garter stitch, until you’re about out of yarn. Bind-off.
  • You can add buttonholes if you’d like.
  • I sewed the buttons on top, without creating buttonholes and sewed the CO & BO edges to the long edge on the opposite end, crossing them. See photo below:


  • * – * – repeat pattern
  • BO – bind-off in pattern
  • CO – cast-on {long-tail cast-on method}
  • K – knit stitches {K1 means to knit 1 stitch}
  • STS – stitches
FREE TRUST : Scarf Cowl Knitting Pattern by Brome Fields
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2 Responses

  1. helencookson

    Thank you very much for this pattern. I managed to complete it and fix all the mistakes, with a great deal of professional help, in a much longer time than anyone should take! But its DONE, and my friend likes it.

    She had brought back a ball of baby Alpaca from Peru in a lovely teal colour, which was far to fancy to leave in the stash, so she asked me to make something for her. She loved your pattern, so the project was set upon. I am the world’s slowest knitter, and I didn’t know about making the edge as you go along, and many other garment related important information, including how to make a button hole, but as I say, its done! I know a lot more than I did when I started, and my friend looks just stunning in it. If I can send you a picture of it, please let me know.

    Thank you again for sharing your craft with others.

    Take care,

    • Jennifer

      Hello Helen,

      That is wonderful! It sounds stunning! I’d love to see a picture, you can email it to me at [email protected].

      All the best,

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