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Emily Explains: Ways to Wear Big Scarves

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The air is chilly again today and I officially want to be snuggled in a blanket all the time. This becomes a bit of a problem when life resumes and, you know… I have to go out in public. My best solution? Knit a big cozy scarf…

choose a scrumptious yarn and wrap myself up in it. Want to feel cozy with a hint of style, too? Here are my favorite ways to wear big scarves.

As hood to block out the cold and snuggle within…

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As a shawl…somehow this always makes me feel elegant and casual at the same time!

Big Scarf 3


Or, my personal fave… all wrapped up. It’s bold, fashionable and completely warm. Wrap it around multiple times and then tie the ends loosely, so that the shawl stays wrapped !

Big Scarf 2


Large scarves/shawls are great projects for yourself and for gifts. You can knit something beautiful without worrying that your hard work will not fit. Need a pattern? We’ve got lots of big scarf patterns to choose from!











I’m dying to knit Denslow next…maybe my first project (for me) after my Christmas knitting!

Stay cozy and warm,


6 Comments Post a comment
  1. Your charming drawings make the post even more delightful!

    November 19, 2013
    • emilyoneil #

      Thanks Phoebe!!

      November 19, 2013
  2. Beautiful big scarves! I love the watercolors! Did you do them?

    November 19, 2013
    • emilyoneil #

      Thanks! And I did! I am very lucky, I get to knit and watercolor for my job : )

      November 19, 2013
  3. Yes, these are lovely! I think it would be great in a super bulky weight.

    November 20, 2013
    • emilyoneil #

      Thanks! Yes I agree big scarves are the best. And it is especially fun to experiment with different weights of yarns!

      November 20, 2013

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