We are loving this Celtic Knot Loop Scarf Pattern and you will too! If you are a fan of the braided Celtic Knot, but never tried the full knit cable, this project will be of interest.
This simple and beautiful version uses straightforward knit stitches and braiding. This Scarf is easy to make too!
The beauty of this pattern is that you don’t need to be an advanced knitter to make it. Anyone, including beginners, can make this lovely scarf using only the stockinette (knit/purl) stitch. You could also combine other stitches into the scarf as many have done in those featured in this post.
There are many different takes on the pattern. You can use a single color or a two-tone version, as shown below. It’s such a fun pattern so don’t be afraid to get creative.
Celtic Knot Loop Scarf Materials
- Knitting needles of your choice
- Yarn of your choice to achieve the gauge you want
- 4 safety pins or pieces of scrap yarn to hold stitches
- Needle to weave in ends
How To Knit Easy Celtic Braid Cable Video
If you’re wanting to knit a true Celtic braid cable, then the video above from RJ Knits shows an easier version to get started with. You could even add this to the Celtic Knot Loop Scarf for an extra touch! To view, click Play above ^
Celtic Knot Loop Scarf Pattern Instructions
The free pattern above from Trish Everett shows you how to make the basic scarf that every pattern we’ve shown on this page uses. She gives great step-by-step photos so you get a good visual on how to put the braided part together.
She recommends using any type of yarn. To make the version above she used 2 balls of Rowan Lima in Machi Pichu (100 grams, 200 meters) on size 10 needles.
This version is available as a free Ravelry download and uses the same basic braided method. It is important to note the type of yarn and needles you use however when it comes to the braiding. As one Ravelry user put it:
The length of the first 4 strips should be just about equal to the width of your scarf so when you loop the scarf around and weave the second set of strips to form the knot, you don’t end up with a saggy loose mess.
You can find the free download on Ravelry.