Confetti Scarf Knitting Pattern PDF
This pattern is available for free!
We all have that skein of yarn in our stash, right? The one that you saw at the local Sheep and Wool festival and just had to buy, even though you had no idea what you wanted to use it for. How about that yarn of the month club yarn that just hasn’t made it out of your stash. Or the sock yarn that you fell in love with even though you don’t knit socks and you know that it will pool like crazy in anything else? I’m guilty of stashing those skeins myself. So what to do with all of those fun color ways? Go grab one out of your stash and make Confetti!
Confetti is a vortex shawl worked up with simple, easy to memorize sections and a bobble bind off. Its simple enough for car knitting, binge watching Netflix or working on while you are chatting with your friends but interesting enough to hold your attention. I designed this one on the fly, making it up as I went along while I was trying to work myself out of a funk that I had gotten into. I needed something to focus on aside from what was going on in my head and complicated stitch patterns just weren’t doing it. I knit this for myself and never intended to publish it until I finished that last bobble. I’m not sure why but knitting this brought me so much joy. I decided to try to remember how I did it so that I could put it out there for all of you. Maybe you need a little joy too. Don’t worry though, I had a great group of test knitters who sorted out all of my mistakes and even helped me to sort out the places where I couldn’t read my own notes.
63” from tip to tip and 15” deep from top edge to tip of point after wet blocking.
The sample was knit with 400 yards of sock yarn from Witch Candy Yarns in her color way “Party Like It’s 6/26/15!” She dyes this up every year to commemorate the day that the Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage in the United States. This yarn is practically perfect in every way.
US size 6/4.0 mm needle with a 24” circular cable or size needed to obtain gauge.
This pattern has been test knit and edited and should be error free but if you find an error that I missed please contact me! I will work to fix it as soon as humanly possible!