This scarf was literally my first full project. The stockinette and reverse stockinette stitch sections are small enough to keep the scarf from rolling, but it's not as boring as ordinary garter stitch. Sooner or later, I'll create the "neckwarmer" version.
Here's the pattern:
Easy Stockinette/Reverse Stockinette Scarf
Yarn: GGH Savanna (50 g, 80 yds), 2 skeins. I have no idea what the color is, besides "green" -- I knit this scarf several years ago and no longer have the band.
Gauge: 4¼ sts = 1” in St st on U.S. size 9 (5.5 mm) needles
Needles: U.S. size 9 (5.5 mm), 1 pair
Cast on 20 stitches. Work three rows stockinette stitch and three rows reverse stockinette stitch as follows:
- Row 1: Knit
- Row 2: Purl
- Row 3: Knit
- Row 4: Knit
- Row 5: Purl
- Row 6: Knit
Work this pattern until scarf is the desired length, ending on a Row 3 or a Row 6.
Bind off all stitches.