Monarch Scarf

Monarch Scarf

Monarch Scarf features an unusual three-part yarn: a little glitz, a bit of ribbon, and wool, each in different shades. Monarch, from the Rozetti Yarns collection at Universal Yarn, is a self-ruffling yarn with a ladder construction along one edge. This scarf is easy to knit and can be completed in mere hours. Monarch is available in four shades, and one 33-yard ball is enough to create this scarf.


5" wide x 60" long


1, 100 g (27 yd) ball Rozetti Yarns / Universal Yarn Monarch (50% acrylic, 35% nylon, 10% polyester, 5% wool) color #103 Safari

Size 7 US (4.50 mm) needles

Sewing thread and needle to match color of yarn


Gauge is not critical for this project.


CO 5 sts as foll: insert ndl tip from front to back through edge of yarn at approx. 1" intervals until 5 sts are on the ndl. Turn work.

Row 1: *lnsert RH ndl into front leg of first stitch on needle and wrap next edge space of Monarch (approx. 1" from last stitch placed on LH ndl) around RH ndl. Knit off the st. Rep from * across the row. Repeat Row 1 until approx. 8" of yarn remains. BO all sts. Fasten off by pulling remaining yarn through the last stitch.


To finish the yarn ends, double hem each raw edge end by folding twice and hand stitching the hem with sewing needle and matching thread.