Knitted Paper Chain Scarf

Imagine a cozy scarf made from interlocking paper chains, reminiscent of childhood arts and crafts projects. This unique accessory combines the delicate nature of paper with the warmth and comfort of a knitted scarf. The paper chains are carefully woven together to create a one-of-a-kind piece that is sure to turn heads and spark conversations wherever you go. The Knitted Paper Chain Scarf is a true work of art, blending traditional knitting techniques with a creative twist. Each paper chain is meticulously crafted and linked together to form a beautiful and intricate design that adds a touch of whimsy to any outfit. This scarf is not only a fashion statement but also a conversation starter, showcasing the beauty and versatility of unconventional materials in the world of accessories.


1 pair of 4.0mm Needles
1 x 75g Double Knitting Yarn (as many colours as possible)


To make each link (require 71 in a variety of colours):Using 4.0mm needles and main colour, cast on 33 stitches
Row 1: Knit to end
Row 2: Purl to end
Row 3: Knit to end
Row 4: Purl to end
Cast of in Knit

To make Up:

  1. Sewing up the loops to make 12 chains each containing 5 knitted links joined together by stitching the short edges on each link together. The outer surface should show the reverse stocking stitch.
  2. Take 6 of these chains and thread the end link onto an open link. Sew this link shut to secure the chains. Divide these six chains into two groups each containing three neighbouring chain links. Thread three of these chains onto a new open link and attach a further unattached three chains onto the link before sewing it shut.
  3. Repeat step 2 until all the free chains have been used up.
  4. With the remaining links, make 4 chains each containing 2 knitted links as in step 1.
  5. On one free end of the scarf, using a free link, join together the three chains at the end of the scarf with 2 of the two chain links. Sew the short edges together to secure. Repeat on other end.
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