Equinox Scarf

Posted: March 16, 2020 by admin

Welcome to the Equinox Scarf knit pattern. I was lucky to score some Red Heart Unforgettable yarn in Sunrise on clearance on Amazon. I jumped on the sale and bought 12 skeins and waited until I had the perfect project in mind for them. This scarf was inspired by the color of the yarn and my desire to have a comfy scarf to wear anywhere and at any time. I enjoy working on projects what use two strands of yarn and so the Equinox Scarf was created using two strands of yarn to create a nice drape and cozy feel. This pattern works up very quickly and delivers a beautiful texture. It’s a lovely project to work on to decompress and relax.

If you’re new to knitting, this is a great project for you. I’ve done the hard work for you and have provided measurements, gauge and amount of yarn you will need. Adding the fringe is a lovely addition and makes this scarf a show stopper. 

I hope you love this fun and quick pattern! Please share with me on social media. You can follow me on Instagram HERE and on Facebook HERE! Tag me @pinkplumeriamaui and use #pinkplumeriamaui.



Skill Level:





4 x 4 inches = 14 sts x 22 rows of garter stitches  


60 inches in length x 23.5 inched wide. Fringe adds 6 inches on each end


k1 = knit 1 stitch

  • You can make the scarf as long as you want. 
  • I used 2 strands of yarn in the pattern however you can substitute bulky weight, #5 yarn.



With 2 strands of yarn and US 10.5 or 6.5mm circular needles cast on 80 stitches.

Row 1: K1, turn work. (80  sts) 

Row 2: Repeat Row 1 until scarf measures 60 inches. Bind off.


Cut 6, 14-inch pieces of yarn for each fringe. I placed 27 fringes evenly on each side. I started at first stitch, skipped 2 stitches and repeated to end.

I highly recommend taking the time to add the fringe. It gives a beautiful finish to your hard work. You can find a FREE PDF copy of this pattern in the link below! 


You can find a FREE PDF version HERE. You can also Pin it for later HERE!

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