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Smoky Mountain Morning Mist Scarf Knitting Pattern

Smoky Mountain Morning Mist Scarf Knitting Pattern

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Smoky Mountain Morning Mist Scarf Knitting Pattern from the ~Sweet Tea Scarf Pattern Collection~ by Lavender Hill Knits

The Sweet Tea Scarf Collection includes patterns inspired by all the things I love about living in the South ~ grand front porches, lush trees and plants, summer rainstorms, misty spring mornings in the Smoky Mountains, rolling hills of fall color and sippin' sweet tea year-round. The scarves in this collection can be worn indoors or out and are equally at home with a t-shirt and jeans as a skirt or dress. They can be made using light wool sock yarn or try using fingering weight cotton.
So gather your yarn and needles, a tall glass of sweet tea and settle into a comfy rocker on the porch...happy knitting!

The Smoky Mountain Morning Mist Scarf was inspired by the mornings in the Tennessee valleys when a soft blanket of mist filters the stark leafless trees. The tops of the mountains are still visible above the trees and mist.

This scarf can be worn so many different ways. Double it when the cold wind blows or wear it loose around your shoulders for a light layer. The last photo shows the scarf folded in half and held in place with a shawl pin.

Knits up quickly and is a great take-along project to work on while watching the kids at soccer or baseball. Or when you are waiting at the doctors office or when traveling. 


This pattern is also available for purchase from my Etsy shop, click here to purchase:  Smoky Mountain Morning Mist Scarf Pattern


Your purchase includes pattern support - just send me an email and I'll be happy to answer your questions!!  Pattern support does not include translation of the pattern to other languages.

Skill level:

beginner/advanced beginner - requires basic knowledge of knitting
There are no charts to read and the lace patterns are easy enough for a beginning knitter to work. I have also color coded the knitting instructions to make them super easy to follow.

Knitting stitches used:
knit stitch, purl stitch, cast-on, bind-off

Materials needed to make the scarf:


440 yards of laceweight yarn, sock yarn or fingering weight yarn
Size US 4 (3.5mm) straight knitting needles
stitch markers (not necessary, but helpful)


Finished measurements blocked:
approx. 59" long, 9 1/2" wide
You can make this scarf as long or as wide as you like. You can make it wider to wear as a shawl, instructions are given in the pattern.


Using sock/fingering weight yarn, size US 4 needles and stockinette stitch: 6 sts per inch and 10 rows per inch before blocking.

Note on gauge:  Gauge isn’t too important since this isn’t a garment.  Sock weight yarn can vary quite a bit in thickness.  If you find some yarn you really want to use, just begin knitting the scarf, using the needles suggested on the yarn label, to check your gauge and to see if you like the yarn.

Once patterns are purchased, no refunds will be given.

**Please note that this pattern is copyrighted and you do not have permission to copy, share (printed or email) or resell this pattern or the finished product. Please only purchase if you agree to these terms**

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