Pattern: Ewe Ewe Scarf, by Heather Walpole
Suggested Yarn: Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted
Suggested Needles: US 10 / 6.0mm
Do you all actually ever make the patterns that come on yarn ball bands?! I'll admit I normally don't like the patterns one bit - but this Ewe Ewe Scarf is a definite exception! The pattern is free on the Wooly Worsted balls of yarn, and it's perfect for just about any thinner worsted weight yarn you've got on-hand.
Garter stitch scarves are perfect for donation, giving the ultimate in squishy warmth. They can be made masculine or feminine, and a scarf of this nature can be left ends-long, or wrapped around multiple time with the ends tucked in for more of a close-fit cowl. In either case, a garter stitch scarf will keep someone incredibly warm in the coldest months.
I've knit the Ewe Ewe Scarf in the recommended yarn, but I've also used up remnants of other wooly selections from my stash, making a truly hodge-podge scarf that turned out just right!