This makes it easy to personalize a pattern even as a newbie knitter. The most popular fringe method for knitted scarves and cowls is attaching the fringe directly to the bottom of the scarf. To do this, you will need a simple crochet hook. This is done by folding yarn into your stitches before pulling the ends through along the bottom.
Fringe created this way can easily be updated to be longer or shorter, striped by using a variety of colors, or thicker with a bulkier yarn or more strands. Note: If adding your own fringe to a pattern, do not use a type of yarn that is thicker than the yarn used in your pattern. Pulling chunky or bulky yarn through tight worsted weight or lighter yarn could pull your stitches and cause your scarf to warp.
Adding tassels to the end of a scarf is another great way to create different types of fringe for your knitting patterns. While they might look complicated, it's actually pretty simple to make your own tassels. Some knitters like to use a tassel maker we like Clover's Tassel Maker while others DIY the process with a piece of cardboard. Check out our video below. Adding fringe to scarves is actually pretty easy. The two basic methods traditional fringe threaded through the bottom of the pattern and tassels can easily be updated to transform the look.
Varying the length, weight, frequency, and yarn color easily transform a pattern. Check out the ideas below for some stunning scarf fringe ideas to try. The fringe on this scarf is made by pulling longer cuts of yarn through your stitches. Adjust the length however you would like. Get This Pattern. Another simple fringe that adds a gorgeous look to your scarf.
I love how this fringe extends the color blocking while softening the over texture. Discover even more free scarf ideas in our HUGE collection of:. This extra long and bulky fringe makes this super scarf pattern even longer for a bold and bulky look. Short and sweet, the chunky yarn on this scarf makes for bold and big tassels that won't tangle. Alternating small tassels help to continued the striped design of this Harry Potter-inspired accessory. Featured on a poncho below, this tutorial from Red Heart shows you how to make tassels for knitted projects using yarn and cardboard.
This simple and elegant single strang fringe adds a unique look to this knitting pattern. This charming fringe features all four colors that are on the base of the scarf, making it a smart and stylish way to use up yarn. You could even add four colors to the ends of a basic one-color scarf for a pop of color. Cuddle up with even more cozy scarf patterns with the free patterns listed in out colleciton of. This fringe idea is a little more complicated than the rest. Ending your scarf with a texture stitch like the bobble stitch and working in fringe can really add some wow to your projects.
Jumbo yarn combined with simple and traditional fringe adds easy texture in this lovely scarf. The gradient look to the end of the scarf is a lovely little touch that really brings out the scarves many shades.
This purposely messy and chaotic look adds so much interest to a simple cowl pattern. If you'd prefer something a little contained or calm, shorten the strings on this fringe and achieve the same look without the threat of tangles. The long tassels on this shawl elongate the project while highlighting it's intricate stitches. Similar tassels on a simple scarf could easily add length while taking far less time than adding row and row.
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They can be added to store-bought scarves and shawls as well as the ones you knit. Best part is you get to use your imagination in putting a color pattern together that will fit well with the garment. Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action. The classic Art Deco period style meets knitting in this s-inspired pattern.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. Lovely book. Lots of pretty frippery to indulge in. Format: Hardcover. As the other reviewers have said before me, there are far too many errors in this very nice book. But this is not unusual with Erika Knight's patterns.
There are small errors, unclear instructions, and incomplete patterns. Some months ago I fell in love with a crochet pattern of hers designed for Rowan called Charm, which is published in Rowan Magazine No.
It is a lovely top, and I rushed out to buy the yarn etc. But as soon as I began making it, it was obvious that there are so many errors that I have been unable to get any further than the first row. I have tried to contact EK. Then I got in touch with Rowan, and was sent a leaflet entitled Floral Trellis Stitch, which includes written instructions and a diagram. That has been of some help, and I think I might get somewhere as I am determined to make this top, come what may.