Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Jellyfish Scarf Pattern

Based off of the feedback that I received for the scarf that I made for my boss I've decided to share this super easy pattern with everyone!

This is a fast, simple and beautiful lacy scarf. Perfect last minute gift! (and that's speaking from experience, ha!)

Skill Level: Beginner
Gauge: I didn't make a gauge for this, I cast on an even number of stitches to the width I desired.

Yarn used: 
One Skein- Trendsetter Yarns DUNE Color 06 (90yds)
-another skein might be necessary for wider/longer scarves

Needle Size: 13 straights or desired size for bigger/smaller lace pattern.

Cast on 10 stitches.
Row one: K1, *YO, K2TOG (repeat from *until you reach your last knit two together and one stitch is left on the needle) K1
Repeat row one until scarf is desired length

Once finished cut desired lengths of yarn and create the tassles. Fold a piece of yarn in half, pull partially through edge of scarf using crochet hook or fingers and pull the two loose ends through the partial loop. Pull tightly to create a knot. Repeat until fringe is all along the edge of the scarf.

If you decide to make your scarf wider, cast on an even number of stitches to desired width and follow the pattern.

Please feel free to email me with any questions!


  1. That is a really cute scarf. And does sound super quick and easy.

  2. This would make such a great project for a beginners second scarf! Love it!

  3. Cute! I love the sparkle in your yarn!


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