10+ Keyhole Scarves and Shawl Knitting Patterns

You can unlock comfort and warmth by knitting your very own keyhole scarves. The great thing about a keyhole scarf is that one end has a hole in it and you can slip the other end of the scarf through it.  That way it stays nice and snug around your neck without it feeling too bulky. The patterns are perfect for beginner knitters out there looking to learn how to knit a scarf. They are also great for the veteran knitters just looking for something to keep their hands busy.

This knitting project is not only easy but also quick using super bulky yarn and large needles. There is nothing more satisfying than knitting with a great yarn and with just that one skein, knitting up a cozy scarf that’s beautifully decorated with twisted stitches. Get started to knit one to have you braving the chill in high fashion.

10+ Keyhole Scarves and Shawl Knitting Patterns

Ribbed Slit Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Ribbed Slit Shawl

Beginner Keyhole Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Beginner Keyhole Scarf

Arrow Caterpillar Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Arrow Caterpillar Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Everest Scarf FREE Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Everest Scarf

Pull-Through Wrap Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Pull-Through Wrap

Keyhole Scarf Free Knitting Scarf

Free pattern–>Keyhole Scarf

Pineapple Keyhole Scarf Free Knitting Scarf

Free pattern–>Pineapple Keyhole Scarf

Adjustable Fox Scarf Knitting Pattern

Paid pattern–>Adjustable Fox Scarf

Neckwarmer : Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Neckwarmer Red Desire

Leaves and Mock Cables Scarf Knitting Pattern

Paid pattern–>Leaves and Mock Cables Scarf

Rodekool brioche scarf Free Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Rodekool brioche scarf

Drifted Pearls FREE Knitting Pattern

Free pattern–>Drifted Pearls