No-Knit Light Scarf

Not one to knit?  No worries.  You can still make a beautiful scarf for yourself or as gifts for the upcoming holidays.  All you need is some think funky yarn and a little bit of patience.

My No-Knit Scarf only took about 1 hour to make!

Cut 12 pieces of bulky-weight yarn, each measuring 140 inches long.  This will give you an 86″ scarf, approximately.  Divide yarn into 4 bunches of 3 strands each. Tie 2 bunches together with a square knot, leaving 6 inches of fringe at end; repeat with remaining bunches. Pin the knots to a piece of foam board. Knot inner 2 bunches of yarn together, spacing knot about 1 inch from existing knots, then knot left and right bunches together.

My 2 sets of yarn. Begin by tying the two middle bunches together.

See, it kind of looks like you knitted it! Well, yours will…mine’s kind of messy.

Alternate knotting the inner bunches and the left and right ones, spacing knots evenly apart, until about 6 inches of yarn remain
on the end. Finish so that final knots mirror opposite end, and trim to even the ends.

Really thick, chunky yarn works best for this project.

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