“Sunburst Scarf”
Sunburst Scarf
This scarf is easy to knit and would be a good project for knitters of any skill level, especially beginners. It's an asymmetrical triangle and perfect for social knitting because its garter stitch, with an occasional easy eyelet pattern. Many yarn choices are available at your LYSs. For this sample, I selected a lovely, new yarn from Ella Rae, called Sunburst. Any worsted weight in the same amount will work.
This is a versatile pattern. It will work with just about any yarn weight. Select the yarn you would like to knit it with and appropriately sized needles and away you go! The possibilities are truly endless. Give it a try and let your inner artist out to have fun!

It is knit flat and is approximately 65 x 50 x 32 at bind off edge. Gauge is not critical.
4 sts/in. 8 rows/in. Measured in garter stitch.

2 skeins of Ella Rae, Sunburst. 100 Cotton. 180 yards each/165 meters each. 100 grams each.
360 total yards needed for the project.
Size 7 knitting needles, in 32 or 40 length.
Yarn needle.
2 locking stitch markers.

Thank you to Andrea for modeling!