This knitting pattern is quite possibly the easiest knitted loop scarf out there in the world ever.
It is knit on circular needles using only knit stitch. This produces stocking stitch because of knitting in the round, and it therefore curls up, giving a really fun tube effect.
This loop scarf really brightens up a plain top or sweater and is cosy to pop on when you just need a little extra.
Knitting one half in one colour and one in another gives a lovely multi coloured effect to the piece, and you can use up odd balls of leftovers to make it too.
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The loop in the photo was made with two balls of Lana Grossa Lala Berlin Chunky. This is a lovely yarn that I bought in Germany. I have linked to Amazon in Germany, not sure of its availability outside of Europe though. If you can get it, its wonderful to knit with. I will be buying it again that’s for sure!
Ok so here is the very easy knitting pattern for the very easy loop scarf.
Materials and yarn used
Needles – 8mm circular needles.
Approx 50g each of two colours of chunky yarn which is suitable for 6 to 8mm needles. One shade of plain and one shade of patterned or variegated, from the same range of yarn, gives a wonderful effect.
With 8mm circular needles and first yarn, cast on 120 stitches. Taking care not to twist, join to knit in the round. Knit until work measures 8cm from cast on edge, or until ball runs out and then change to second yarn. Work another 8cm or again until yarn runs out. Cast off in K. Secure and weave in all ends.
Voila! If you love to knit loop scarves you can find more inspiration here on Etsy. Have fun!