I present to you, the knit Thermal Tweed Scarf.
3 skeins of Vanna's choice tweed yarn
Size 9 and 10.5 knitting needles
Gauge: 16 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
yarn needle for weaving in ends.
Cast on 31 stitches using the larger needles. (If you'd like a wider or skinnier scarf just make sure that the cast on number of stitches is an odd number.)
Just as a note, the first and last stitch will make the border of the scarf.
Row 1: K1, *K1, P1*, repeat * to * until 1 stitch before end, K1.
Row 2: K1, *P1, K1* , repeat * to * until the end.
Row 3: K all stitches
Row 4: K all stitches.
Repeat this pattern until about a half inch from desired length. A good idea of the "proper" scarf length is the height of the person wearing it or just a tiny bit shorter. This will allow it to be wrapped around the neck or halved and then slipped through.
Once you reach this length, repeat Row 1 and Row 2 and then bind off knit wise using the larger needle.
Weave in ends and enjoy!
Here is a close up of the detail of the pattern and how it looks in the tweed yarn. Nice and textured, but still simple and clean looking!