Rifugio Scarf – Knit Pattern
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The Rifugio Scarf (shelter in Italian) it’s designed to be something quite simple to make (I would say it’s for a beginner/intermediate knitter), but with the oversized look made with the fisherman ribbing, it has a very particular vibe.
Of course, you can be an expert knitter and make this scarf too, the scarf will fly off your needles while you are watching a series.
In the pattern, two yarns are suggested, but with a design like this you can play around with different yarns and colors.
↟ Finished product (after blocking): 40 x 135 cm / 15.7 x 53.1 inches
↟ Materials: I’ve already made this scarf using 3 different yarns, and the result is always very lovely and comfy. The instructions down below are for a scarf made with Alaska from Drops, but you can use any Aran weight yarn or adjust the pattern to your gauge.
400 g Alaska by Drops (100% wool, 50 g, 70 m, aran-worsted)
Alternative yarn: 380 g Karisma by Drops (100% wool, 50 g, 100 m, dk-worsted)
Knitting Needles: 6 mm / 10 US / 4 UK
in stockinette: 10 x 10 cm, 17 st x 22 rows
in fisherman ribbing with 6 mm / 10 US / 4 UK needles 12 st x 18 rows
↟ Level: between beginner and intermediate level
What you need to know:
knit 1 below (in the pattern there are instructions on how to make it).