Knit Snowman Scarf and Bookmark

To see the card-making part of this collaboration, visit Kristina Werner’s video.

New to knitting? You can see my knitting basics video playlist here.

Or, here is a good first project for new knitters, which also teaches you to knit.

Instructions for working this scarf bookmark are as follows:
Using leftover sock yarn and size 3mm needles, cast on 5 stitches.
Work every row in knit stitches until the piece measures 10 inches.
Bind-off, and add 4 double strands of fringe to each end (as demonstrated in the video).

The shawl I’m wearing in the video is the Clapotis, knit in Noro Silk Garden.

The red yarn I used in my snowman scarf is Jawool sock yarn.

The light blue yarn I used for demonstration is Malabrigo Chunky.

5 comments on “Knit Snowman Scarf and Bookmark

  1. Hi Staci!

    I just wanted to tell you that I think its awesome what you do. Im a stay at home mom and recently became addicted to knitting and im working on christmas stockings for my boys using your tutorials as a guide ( I didnt buy the pattern and im working with a different amount of stitches) but i wouldnt be able to do it without your helpful videos. So just wanted to say thank you for making your videos even for those of us who dont buy the pattern 🙂 yours are definitely the best ive seen!

  2. Oh wow, I’m a subscriber of both your channels! (You’re both great teachers!) This was so fun to watch! Those scarves/bookmarks are so cute; I’ll have to make some! This is a nice quick project for me and a great way to use up some of my yarn stash! Thanks!

  3. Hi Staci! This was SUCH fun to watch! I have watched Kristina’s videos for quite a while now and it was awesome to see the two of you together. You did a great job on your card and I love the little scarves. I will definitely be doing one as well as I have been making cards for about 10 years.
    Keep the great videos coming!

  4. I just found your YouTube channel through Kristina Werner’s videos, your videos are great, thanks for all the amazing, detailed tutorials!

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