Pocket Scarf and Fingerless Gloves: Free Knitting Pattern

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I designed this pocket scarf and fingerless glove knitting pattern set to match my original earflap hat knitting pattern.  The pocket scarf is super long, so that it can wrap around your neck and still reach to hip length - a handy little feature that allows you to keep your fingertips warm when you are not using them to knit...or text...or any other activity that typical gloves won't allow.  Happy Knitting!

Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern


8 stitches and 12 rows per 2 inches


One skein Impeccable yarn

5 US size 7 dpn (double pointed needles)

Small stitch holder (or large safety pin)


Main Glove

  1. Cast on 28 stitches and divide onto 4 needles (7 sts. per needle).
  2. Join round and knit in rib (K1, P1) 12 rnds.
  3. Continue knitting in stockinette (knitting all stitches) M1, k14, m1, K14.
  4. Knit 2 rounds.
  5. Continue as established, increasing at the beginning of the 1st and 3rd needles every third round, six more increases and a total of 42 sts. (Balance the stitches between the 1st and 2nd needles and the 3rd and 4th needles, as needed.)
  6. On the last increase round, knit until 4 sts remain on the 4th needle.
  7. Separate the last 4 stitches from the fourth needle and the first 4 stitches on the first needle. Place on a small stitch holder (or large safety pin).
  8. Balance remaining stitches on the 4 needles, join together as a round, and knit 15 rounds.
  9. Bind off. (The top edge is designed to roll over slightly.)


  1. Holding with the cuff at the bottom of the work, pick up 6 stitches around the top and edges of the main glove.
  2. Knit the 7 existing stitches.
  3. Balance stitches onto 3 or 4 needles.
  4. Join stitches into a round. Knit 4 rounds, marking the beginning of the first round after the picked up stitches.
  5. Bind off.


Sew in all loose ends.

Pocket Scarf Knitting Instructions


5 stitches and 7 rows per 2 inches (gauge is not essential)


One skein Impeccable Yarn

US size 11 straight needles


  1. Cast on 20 stitches.
  2. Knit in rib (K1,P1) for 30 rows.
  3. Purl one row.
  4. Knit in rib for 225 rows (or to desired length).
  5. Purl one row.
  6. Knit 30 rows.
  7. Bind off.


  1. Fold scarf ends along the purl lines to form pockets. 
  2. Sew sides together along the fold. 
  3. Sew in all loose ends. 
  4. If desired, add pom-poms or tassels along the folded edges.


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