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Jewel Be So Cozy Circle Scarf

Jewel Be So Cozy Circle Scarf

Don your neck with a bit of bling when you make this scarf that’s sure to turn heads. Try your hand at double knitting and finish your scarf with an i-cord that will make it look both professional, and expensive. Jewel love this pattern!

  • Notes

    This scarf is knit using the Two-Strand Double Knitting Method

    for the charted portion and the sides are cleaned-up with a

    single color I-Cord Edging. The pattern begins with a Provisional

    Cast-On and finishes by grafting the ends to create an infinity

    scarf. You can easily adjust this to a standard scarf by using a

    traditional cast-on of your choice with MC, and a traditional bindoff

    of your choice with C1 (do not adjust stitch counts).


    Tutorials are posted to the the YumiYarns Tutorials page.

  • Sizes

    One Size - 42.25 x 11.25” high

    Easily adjusted by adding more repeats.

  • Yarn


    MC: Approximately 462 yds (422 m)

    C1: Approximately 462 yds (422 m)


    Sample Used:

    Knit Picks Stroll Sock Yarn

    75% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon

    231 yards/50g


    In the Colorways:

    MC: White (26082)

    C1: Tranquil (26083)

  • Needles


    US 3 (3.25) mm or size to obtain gauge

  • Notions


    • Yarn Needle
    • Stitch Markers
    • Scrap Yarn and Crochet Hook (or aspreferred for Provisional CO)
    • Scrap Yarn or Stitch Holder


  • Stitches Used

    (Visit the Tutorials page for Photo & Video Tutorials)

    • Knit

    • Purl

  • Digital Download & Copyright Info

    This pattern will arrive as downloadable PDF through a link that will be emailed to the address you provide at check-out. This is for personal use only, not for print or distribution without prior consent from the author. Link will expire after 30 days, please contact me if you need a refreshed link.


    If you would like to use this pattern as a teaching resource, please contact me at so we can discuss options.


    Wholesale inquiries are welcome.


    If you would like a copy for your Ravelry library, you can get it directly from my Ravelry pattern shop.

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