Scarves, sweaters, hats, mittens, socks, and more! As the weather gets colder, the season of knitting reaches full swing. Knit Season Scarf captures the joy of knitting for colder weather with a traditional style. Along with images of garments knit for the cold, you’ll also see fair isle style stripes and images of yarn, knitting needles, sheep, reindeer, and more!
Readers rejoice! You can proudly show off your love of books with this Book Lover Scarf. The length of the scarf is rows and rows of bookshelves with an open book and the word “READ” at each end. Wear it to your next book club meeting or on a trip to the library.
10 points to Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and Slytherin! Show off your Hogwarts spirit with these scarves inspired by the Harry Potter house. Hogwarts Spirit Scarves are thick, reversible, double knit scarves, perfect for those cold weather Quidditch games! One end features the Hogwarts house crest, while the other end can feature either the house initial or the crest.
Sheep are the source of the beautiful, luxurious wool that many knitters use to knit their creations. They can also be darned cute! The Counting Sheep Scarf has an entire herd of sheep along its length, in two different colors. Depending on the yarn you use, it can have white and black sheep, blue and yellow sheep, purple and green sheep, or whatever color combination you can imagine! If you’re counting, there are 55 sheep on each side of the scarf. The scarf also comes in handy for insomnia — counting the sheep should put you right to sleep!
Tetris is one of my all time favorite games. Something about how the blocks fit together speaks to me. I designed the Tetris Prism Scarf to feature a Tetris game on both ends, with falling blocks along the length of the scarf. Each end has two different possible designs you can choose to knit, for either a well played game or a poorly played game! I imagine it as two people playing a Tetris battle.
Double knit, this scarf is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side. Tetris is a colorful game, so I used a rainbow colored yarn to really make the pieces pop.
As a cat owner and a knitter, I know it goes without saying that keeping cats away from yarn is a project in itself. With the Cattitude Scarf, I wanted to show the playfulness of a cat going after a ball of yarn, with the yarn trailing all down the length of the scarf. Double knit, the scarf is fully reversible, featuring opposite color schemes on each side.
“Flow State” or being “in the zone” describes a person being completely absorbed in what they are doing. This often leads to higher productivity and greater enjoyment of the task. Flow state is exactly how I feel about knitting. When I really get into a rhythm, the stitches just flow. It is almost a form of meditation, which helps me relax and reduce stress.
I named this scarf “Flow State”, not only to represent this form of concentration when knitting, but also to represent the flow of a river. The curves flow along the length of the scarf just as a river flows around its banks. The scarf is thick and squishy, perfect for cold weather days. The ribbed pattern is also reversible.
Fractals have always fascinated me. They are a beautiful combination of mathematics and art. At its most basic level, a fractal is a pattern that looks similar at every level of magnification. The Dragon Curve Fractal is the fractal featured in the chapter headings for Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton.
I designed this scarf to show off the lacy design of the Dragon Curve Fractal. It is a medium weight, double knit scarf that features the fractal repeated all along the length of the scarf. Contrasting yarns show off the design, especially if one of the yarns is a variegated yarn. The length of the scarf is customizable, depending on how many repeats of the charts are worked.