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Foxy Sweater Scarf



Foxy sweater scarf is knitted from one end to the other, to create a very long scarf with a sleeve on each end. It can be worn with the fabric crossing at the front or back and is a nice accessory to have with you when you’re not sure if you’ll get cold enough for a sweater. The stitch pattern on the body is very easy and addicting to knit! The ribbed sleeves are worked in the round and the body flat, with the border picked up as the finishing touch and ribbing is worked for a few rounds. Great project for mindless or travel/car knitting!



Sizes: 1 (2) 3 (4)

To fit bust circumference: 32-40 (41-49) 50-58 (59-67) in.

Length: 106 (135) 164.5 (194) in.

Width: 19 (21.4) 23.8 (26.2) in. 

Ribbed sleeve at elbow (stretched): 15 (17) 19 (21) in. ( rib is very stretchy and sleeves are meant to hug - they can stretch some more beyond these measurements)

Gauge: 20 sts x 24 rows / 4in. in charted pattern.

Needles: Main size - long straight or circular needles in size needed to obtain gauge; Ribbing - DPNs or long circular needles for magic loop in 2 sizes smaller than main needle and circular needles in one size smaller than ribbing needles. (I used size US1 for the cast on, US2 for ribbing and US4 as main needle)

Yarn: Fingering weight.

Yarn used in sample: Little Fox Yarn “Vixen” in colors Bougie Blue (C1), Desert Rose (C2), Lemon Squeezy (C3), Silver Sage (C4).


C1 - 368 (468) 568 (668) yds

C2 - 148 (188) 229 (269) yds

C3 - 180 (232) 284 (336) yds

C4 - 360 (458) 556 (654) yds


Picking a size depends on your preference of how much ease and ease of movement you prefer. The sample shown in the pattern is size 1 worn on a 36 in. bust. If you are a physically busy person, I suggest a tighter fit to keep the sweater scarf closer to the body and snug.


Foxy Sweater Scarf

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