Happy New Year! Let’s start off the post-holiday season with a little fun and relaxing knitting, shall we?! Because I have just the thing for you. Welcome in the new year with my new Confectioner Scarf knitting pattern! Get the Confectioner pattern on Ravelry and Payhip.
Confectioner is a sweet little scarflet pattern! It’s a great project for leftover yarn and mini skeins. It has a fun bias shape that’s enhanced by uneven stripes reminiscent of candy canes and ribbon candy—the inspiration for its name! They’re fast and fun and keep you wanting to knit just one more stripe.
It’s also a quick and beginner-friendly knit. In fact, you may follow the clearly-written pattern like normal, but for even more help, if you’d like to learn how to read your rows and knit the majority of your Confectioner scarf without the pattern, watch the video guide, that comes with the pattern!
My two candy-colored versions were knit using small amounts of leftover yarns, with 2 yarns held throughout: fingering weight carried with matching lace weight mohair. But if you only want to use one strand of each color, use a DK weight for similar gauge and finished size.
However, any weight of yarn or combination of yarns would be lovely, including solids or gradients. Get creative!
The Confectioner scarf pattern was originally a free pattern for my test knitters and newsletter subscribers. Want in? Sign up for my mailing list, for updates on future knitting patterns, test knits, subscriber coupons and hey, you never know if I’ll do another freebie in the future!
How to buy the knitting pattern
If you’re on Ravelry, you can visit the Confectioner scarf pattern page to purchase it, favorite it, and add it to your Ravelry queue.
You can also buy the pattern directly from Ravelry, even if you’re not a member.
And you can also buy the pattern on Payhip.
Want to see more? Check out the #ConfectionerScarfPullover hashtag on Instagram. Tag your scarves! Hope you love the pattern. ❤️