Bright Knitted Chevron Scarf

Bright Knitted Chevron Scarf

Bright Knitted Chevron Scarf
Bright Knitted Chevron Scarf

Stay comfy and cozy this winter season by making this Bright Knitted Chevron Scarf. There's no better way to stand out in the crisp white snow than rocking a bold colored scarf. This scarf pattern is extremely easy to make and is the perfect tutorial for beginners. If you've never picked up a knitting needle is your life, don't worry! After completing your chevron creation, you can wear it over your puffy winter parka or a match it with a knit sweater. This DIY scarf would also make a very thoughtful Christmas gift to that special someone. No matter what you decide, this scarf will make a stylish statement.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge17 sts = 4" [10 cm]; 20 rows = 4" [10cm]

Finished SizeScarf measures 8" [20 cm] wide x 70" [178 cm] long

Materials List

  • RED HEART® With Love®: 2 skeins 1978 Baroque Stripes
  • Susan Bates® Knitting Needle: 5.5mm [US 9]
  • Yarn needle


Find out how to knit this gorgeous chevron scarf below:

  1. Using long-tail method, cast on 34 sts.
    Row 1 (WS): K1, p to last st, K1.
    Row 2: K1, kfb, k5, skp, k2tog, K5, kfb twice, k5, skp, k2tog, k5, kfb, k1.

  2. Repeat Rows 1 & 2 until piece measures 70” [178 cm].
    Bind off all stitches.

  3. Weave in ends


knit next 2 stitches together
knit from and back
sklip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over

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This is a beautiful scarf pattern and I've already figured out who I can gift it to. My younger sister loves chevrons. I'm thinking you just helped me mark off one of my Christmas presents. There are sooo many beautiful colors to choose from and now I just have to stealthily figure out what color her winter coat is and a coordinating color scheme for the scarf.

This is SO pretty! Is there a way to make it half the width? It looks to be a "double pattern" so it should be "doable"???

I think you're right! Your repeated row might look like "K1, kfb, k5, skp, k2tog, K5, kfb, k1"---give that a try and see if it works for a few rows. Enjoy!

Cutting it in half would lose the chevron effect of the pattern, you can make it narrower by reducing the k5's to k3's, which will reduce the width and make it narrower. Keep in mind this is a stockinette stitch pattern, so it will naturally curl in on itself, naturally reducing the width due to the curl.

I love it!! Thanks you...

nice yarn

I love the color of the yarn used in this scarf.

wow love the color

Love the color of this yarn and the pattern seems doable. Looking forward to making it.

looking at the pattern looks very interesting but need to correct some spelling. kfb you have from instead of front. skp you have sklip instead of skip. Can't wait to try pattern. Thank you.

These are my dil's favourite colours. I would love to win the yarn to make it for her.

I love this striped chevron scarf, and I also really like infinity scarves for the really cold weather.


love it

I love the colors in this yarn!

this is a cute scarf. I like the colors, great idea for a gift.

Can't wait to get started on this Chevron Scarf. It's beautiful!

Any pattern that is easy is my favorite scarf pattern and this one looks really great. Love the yarn that was used in this case too.

enjoy working with multi-colored yarns ... like the color combinations!

Will make a lovely gift!

Pattern is very pretty. The Love yarn is great!

It is so amazing the projects that we are able to make without having to change yarns. Thank you!!!

I love purple, and would love to win this yarn and make this scarf. thanks!

Love the colors of the new yarns. Can't wait to knit with them!

Cute design.

Very beautiful scarf!

Really loving the colourway of this yarn!

What a neat fresh-looking knit scarf pattern!

Lovely scarf, I love the self striping no yarn ends to weave in lol.

My knitting group makes scarves and gives to collage students free. This one is great.

Would love to make the Chevron Scarf

love self striping

I have not made this yet but I like it .God bless

I have not done much knitting for a long time so I would have to start with a simple pattern. I always loved knitting scarves in the past, even as a child, because of the various color combinations that can be achieved. Scarves are also a good project to learn on, and improve skill levels.

I could no sooner choose a favorite scarf than to choose a favorite star in the heavens. Something that doesn't roll would be best, I think.

It's about time I start working on these for Christmas! thank you?!

Time to get knitting, Christmas will be here sooner than you think.

Thank you for this great tutorial! I don't really have a favorite knitted scarf pattern, but I love to make any kind of scarf with fuzzy yarn.

Mistake Rib Scarf


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