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Free Knit Scarf Pattern- Chrisandra

Posted on February 06, 2020 by Lorene Eppolite



The Chrisandra Scarf features beautiful lace panels, and highlights the gorgeous colors of this Lion Brand Mandala Ombre Yarn! When gathering your supplies, choose this yarn, or another favorite from your stash. If you choose a thicker yarn, be sure to up your needle size!



Lee Sartori is the crochet designer behind CoCo Crochet Lee. Lee is a team member with Annie’s Craft Company. She can be seen as a guest host on Season 9 & 10 of the popular PBS Show Knit and Crochet Now, as well as a cast member of Annie’s Creative Studio where she demonstrates fun crochet skills and patterns. Lee’s passion is designing modern, wearable garments, and adorable amigurumi. Lee lives in Ontario, Canada with her two small children, her amazing husband, and her adorable bunny Neville. Her favorite social platform is Instagram, where she posts fun, and whimsical takes on crochet.

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Lion Brand Yarn Mandala Tweed (568yds/200g): 1 ball Lucky Penny

US Size 9/5.5mm knitting needles
yarn needle


Experienced Beginner

K = knit
P = purl
Yo = yarn over
Psso = pass slipped stitch over
K2tog = knit two together


80” x 14”

20 sts x 20 rows = 4”

Gauge swatch
CO 20

Row 1: K across

Row 2: P across

Repeat Rows 1 and 2 for a total of 20 rows.



This week are are making the body of our scarves. We will block next week and add the fringe on the third week.

Cast on 55 sts.

Row 1 (RS):  P4, k7, p1, k7, p4, k4, yo, sl 1, k1, pssp, k3, P4, k7, p1, k7, p4. 

Row 2:  K1, p2, k1, p5, [k1, p1] twice, k1, p5, k1, p2, k1, p9 , K1, p2, k1, p5, [k1, p1] twice, k1, p5, k1, p2, k1. 

Row 3: P4, k4, [p1, k2] twice, p1, k4, p4, k2, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, sl 1, k1, psso, k2, P4, k4, [p1, k2] twice, p1, k4, p4.

Row 4:  K1, p2, [k1, p3] 4 times, k1, p2, k1, p9, K1, p2, [k1, p3] 4 times, k1, p2, k1. 

Row 5:  P4, k2, [p1, k4] twice, p1, k2, p4, k1, k2tog, yo, k3, yo, sl 1, k1, psso, k1, P4, k2, [p1, k4] twice, p1, k2, p4. 

Row 6:  K1, p2, k1, p1, [k1, p5] twice, k1, p1, k1, p2, k1, p9, K1, p2, k1, p1, [k1, p5] twice, k1, p1, k1, p2, k1. 

Repeat Rows 1-6:  52 more times. Cast off. 



Choose either wet blocking or steam blocking to set your scarf straight. Whichever method you choose, be sure to pin your scarf down on a flat surface such as styrofoam mats, or a mattress, and let it dry.

Check out this resource all about knit blocking on Interweave.  


Add fridge to desired length by cutting long pieces of yarn, folding them in half and looping them though each end of the scarf. 

Remember that you will need to cut each strand twice the length that you want your finished fringe to be.

Fold each length of yarn in half, insert your hook into the space where you want your fringe to be. 

Loop the yarn (at the fold) onto the hook, pull the hook partway through, pull the two ends through the loop, pull to secure. 



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