Of course, I made my darling little boys scarves. Kids are such a joy to knit for!! And I made them matching hats on a Knifty Knitter circular loom since I didn't know how to knit in the round. But my eldest is now heading to middle school (how fast they grow!) and wanted a more "grown up" scarf. I was thrilled to find this masculine, but still fun pattern at one of my favorite knitting stores, Knitting Bee.
Knit on big needles it reminds me of those beginner scarf days. Easy pattern, grows quickly, and looks great with little effort. It does have cables, but they are insanely easy. Which is why I called this the "Insanely Easy Cable Scarf" on my Ravelry Page. I promise, even if have never done cables before, you can make this! You can find all the knitty details and a link to the pattern on my Ravelry page.
This is scarf #1, made in a lovely shale color, and I'll be making scarf#2 for my second son in charcoal. They both *love* the design .. more grown up but not boring. There is even a matching hat pattern available!
**Note: I have had an awful lot of queries about this scarf pattern. It is not my pattern. It is a pattern from Knitting Bee.