Self-Fastening Scarves and Shawls Knitting Patterns
Kensington Cable Wrap
Rectangular shawl stays put with a double keyhole at the center front so one end of the scarf can pass through. Written instructions or chart. Designed by Two of Wands (Alexandra Tavel). Quick knit in Super Bulky weight yarn. A kit is also available.
Gradient Keyhole Scarf
Easy scarf that starts as two separate halves, then joined and worked in one piece, then are separated into halves again to work create the loop for a keyhole opening. Uses 1 skein (344 yds) of the recommended Mandala® Ombre Yarn. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Lion Brand.
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Easy Keyhole Pom-Pom It Up Scarf
Garter stitch scarf with tapered ends and keyhole to slip the end through and hold the scarf in place. Suitable for beginners according to the designer. Designed by Lion Brand. Super Bulky weight yarn.
Open Cable Scarf
The clever open cable design of this scarf creates openings so you can pull the ends through to create a long cowl or style in many creative ways. Designed by Grace Akhrem for Knitty as “Erin Goes to College”. Super Bulky weight yarn.
Pull Through Cable Wrap
Cynthia Yanok Wise designed this wrap that features cables, seed stitch borders, and a slit for wrapping the shawl.
Alpi Alpenrose’s ingenious shawl pattern is designed with holes to thread the end of the wrap through. Available in 8 different languages including English.
Ribbed Slit Shawl
Kimberly K. McAlindin designed this easy shawl for Red Heart that’s perfect for beginners. Three sizes.
Wager Welt Wrap
This shawl is shaped with a few rows of subtle decreases so it sits nicely around the shoulders. The front closes with a clever loop and tail which stay in place without bulk. Designed by Erika Flory. Worsted weight yarn.