Ah, the final days of summer. In SF, this is the time of year when it finally starts to warm up a bit (I’m SO ready for Indian summer!). Everywhere else, it’s beginning to cool down.
Wherever you live, you’re probably starting to crave some nice light layers right about now. Enter: this cozy, breezy, circle scarf.
The warm yarn makes this end-of-summer staple more than just a stylish accessory, but the loose knit keeps it airy. Perfect for battling the “I’m too hot (remove article of clothing) … wait, now I’m freezing (replace article of clothing) … ugh, now I’m sweating again!” phenomenon we’re all familiar with.
Best of all? This easy knit circle scarf is super simple and really quick to whip up.
- Cast on 18 stitches
- Knit 1, purl 1 across
- Repeat until scarf is long enough to wrap around your neck twice (about 4 ft)
- Use mattress stitch to join the ends together