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Woolly Tops Scarf is a wide triangle scarf that can be worn as a shawl as well. It is worked in stockinette stitch starting at the widest point. Decreases are made to shape the triangle. Braids are added (optional) on two corners at the widest point. Pattern is written in American knitting terms, with minimal abbreviations. Read the pattern all the way through before you begin.




170 cm / 67” at the widest point (without braids)

59 cm / 23” triangle depth


Gauge / Tension

6 stitches by 9 rows = 4” x 4” (10 x 10 cm) using size US 19 / 15.00 mm needles in stockinette stitch, worked flat after washing and blocking.


Suggested Yarn

Woolly Tops Scarf is made using super bulky yarn size 5 - 6. You will need approximately 200 grams of the “Big Softy” from the Rare Creature (discontinued), 100 grams = 100 meters / 109 yards. Featured in Gray color.

Approximately 200 meters / 218 yards total.


Yarn Alternative

Jennifer Knits “Nuvola”, featured in brown color

Wool And The Gang “Crazy Sexy Wool”


Suggested needles

80 cm / 32” or longer US 19 / 15.00 mm circular knitting needles or size to obtain gauge.



rs - right side

ws - wrong side

k - knit

k2tog - knit two stitches together (decrease leaning right)

ssk - slip, slip, knit (decrease leaning left)

Woolly Tops Triangle Scarf Knitting Pattern

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