Here's your chance to show off your team's colors AND your stitching skill! This scarf knits up really quick, so even if the game is right around the corner, you can still flaunt your colors up like the super fan you are.
Striped Superbowl Scarf
Pattern by Sunne Meyer
Level: Beginner Friendly
What You Need
- 3 balls Sprightly Acrylic Super Bulky (main color)
- 2 balls Sprightly Acrylic Super Bulky (contrast color)
- Size US 11 (8 mm) knitting needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
- 2 stitch markers
- Tapestry needle
This scarf can be knit in ANY team's colors, but we're showing it in Navy and White (go, Rams!) and Navy and Burgundy (yay, Patriots!).
13 st x 20 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
8.5 inches wide x 55 inches long
When changing colors, either break the yarn and weave in tails at the end or carry the color not used up the back of work by twisting it around the second knit in the border, holding the yarn to be carried in the front of the work (so the carried yarn shows only on the back side).
- BO – Bind off
- CC – Contrast color
- CO – Cast on
- K – Knit
- MC – Main color
- P – Purl
- PM – Place marker
- RS – Right side
- St – Stitch(es)
- WS – Wrong side
CO 28 st, using MC.
Rows 1-6: Knit.
Row 7 (WS): K3, pm, p22, k3.
Row 8 (RS): Knit.
Rows 9-15: Repeat rows 7 & 8 three times, then row 7 once more.
Change to CC.
Rows 16-25: Repeat rows 8 & 7 five times.
Change to MC.
Rows 26-39: Repeat rows 8 & 7 seven times.
Repeat rows 16-39 ten more times.
Change to CC
Rows 256-265: Repeat rows 8 & 7 five times.
Change to MC
Rows 266-271: Repeat rows 8 & 7 three times.
Rows 272-277: Knit.
Weave in ends with tapestry needle.
Why stop at a scarf??? If you're feeling ambitious (or are just a rabid fan), knit yourself a matching hat! Our
colorblock hat pattern
is another quick knit, and you can easily swap out the colors to rep your favorite team.