A very easy pattern, great for beginners or using up relatively small amounts of yarn. It’s based on the classic triangle scarf/shawl concept, except you increase on both sides of every row, so the increase rate is doubled and scarf widens much faster. Every row is exactly the same, and you can just keep knitting until it’s the desired size or you run out of yarn.
Finished Measurements: 40 inches by 9 inches for a small scarf
Yarn: sample knit with Bernat Softee Chunky, using most of one skein
Needle Size: 10 US / 6 mm
As this is knit from the point out, it’s easily adaptable to any weight yarn.
K = knit
st = stitch
YO = yarn over (increase)
Cast on 3 stitches.
Row 1: K1, YO, knit to last st, YO, K1
Repeat this row until scarf is desired size or you run out of yarn.
Bind off VERY LOOSELY.
Fringe may be added if desired.