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I’m shared these yummy “MAKE YOUR OWN TACOS” recipe over at NatureBox Blog. Go on over and check out my Salsa Recipe & How I made my Taco Cups! These taco cups are so fun and delicious to make. You can easily change or omit any ingredient to make your own taco cup using your favorite healthy fresh […]

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I’m crazy about no bake desserts! I’m sharing this recipe over at NatureBox Blog!  Head on over to check out the recipe. These no bake pumpkin pie bars are delicious, healthy, easy and perfect for the holidays! With only a few ingredients you can create this no-bake pumpkin pie in no time! Its made out […]

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I’m a big fan of Shutterfly! I love, love their cards, stationary, photobooks and their iphone cases. They also have a very cool feature to create your own website. My family and I have a private family website where we can upload our own photos and post notes, dates or simply update statuses. It’s like […]

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  • Claire - My favourite part about Christmas I wrapping all the gifts 🙂

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  • Nikki - Their cards are SO cute! I had no idea!ReplyCancel
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  • Nikki - Oh, and my favorite part about Christmas is watching everyone unwrap their gifts. 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Maureen - My favorite part of Christmas is seeing all of the joy on my children’s faces


  • Jaclyn Armstrong - I love family gatherings!ReplyCancel

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  • Amanda Erben - My favorite part of Christmas is baking cookies and the way they make the whole house smell delicious : )ReplyCancel

  • Megan - I like all the decorations and lights.ReplyCancel

  • Scott M - My favorite thing about Christmas is family and friends.ReplyCancel
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  • Christina - My favorite part about Christmas is the time spent with family.. there is always so many fun thing to do with family (my kids with grandma, my cousin who is one of my best friends is always in town). I also love baking.. there are things that I only make at Christmas time and so look forward to making them, I also love baking with my kids.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Mae Hiles - I love decorating for Christmas and picking out perfect gifts for people!ReplyCancel

  • KyLee Mills - I love family timeReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Rote - I love the tree.ReplyCancel

  • laura - I love the atmosphere – the lights, the decorations, the crazy busy malls, the carols. I love being around family and seeing my kids faces on Christmas morning!ReplyCancel

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  • Jessica - My favorite part is seeing the Christmas lights.ReplyCancel

  • barbara n - My favorite part of Christmas is FAMILYReplyCancel

  • rachelle j - My favorite thing about Christmas is finding the perfect gift for my daughter 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Christy - The excitement and anticipation from our daughter.ReplyCancel

  • annette campbell - I love decorating my houseReplyCancel

  • Elena - I like the Christmas lightsReplyCancel

  • charissa - watching the kids open their presents on christmas morningReplyCancel

  • Carrie - I love decorating my house and getting together with family! What a nice giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Devon F - Family, Christmas lights & peppermint hot chocolate! <3ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Lanphear - My favorite part about Christmas is spending time with family.ReplyCancel

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  • nikkiana - My favorite part of Christmas is spending time with family and friends.ReplyCancel

  • colleen boudreau - giving and receiving gifts.ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - My favorite part about Christmas is seeing the excitement and joy on my little girls faces on Christmas morning!ReplyCancel

  • Keely Hostetter - The time set aside to spend with family.ReplyCancel

  • Julie S. - Making Christmas candy with my mom and sister.ReplyCancel
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  • Christina - On of my favorite things about Christmas is Christmas Music and Movies!ReplyCancel

  • Elena - My favorite part is gift exchangeReplyCancel

  • Claire - spending time with the whole family.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle C - I love the family time and food. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  • Maureen - I love decorating the tree!


  • Elissa Dahlgren - I love all the quality family time.ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - I love Christmas shopping!ReplyCancel

  • Jen V - My favorite part about Christmas is the candlelight Christmas Eve service and seeing the joy on my kids’ faces on Christmas morningReplyCancel
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  • Ashley C - I love the decorations, the spirit, the food, all of it 🙂


  • Kari Richards - I love the decorations and being with family.ReplyCancel

  • Maureen - I love seeing all of my family at Christmas!


  • Lindsey - I love spending time with all of my family!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle C - I love all the beautiful lights.
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  • katrina - I just love spending time with family!ReplyCancel

  • DeAnn ONeill - I love everything about Christmas! Decorating, shopping, family gatherings, the music!! Love Christmas!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Elswick - Seeing the excitement of my kids!!ReplyCancel

  • Eligonma - My favorite part about Christmas is decorating!ReplyCancel

  • Maureen - I love decorating the tree and the house with my kids!


  • Tammy - My favorite thing is spending time with family and friends.ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - Spending it with my familyReplyCancel

  • Michelle C - I love watching my kids open presents! Thanks for the chance to win!
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  • Crystal Robinson - Spending time with family and watching the kids open gifts and celebrating Jesus’ birthday.ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - I love all the Christmas decorations also!ReplyCancel

  • Glenna F - Spending time with my family!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle C - I love spending time with my extended family. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  • Maureen - I love getting Christmas cards


  • Avery - I love everything about it! Wrapping gifts, spending time with friends and family, going shopping, all of the Christmas decorations, the food, music, and celebrating Jesus’ birthday.ReplyCancel

  • Alyssa - I love the Christmas music and decorations!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy B - Celebrating Christ’s birthReplyCancel

  • mell - Celebrating the birth of Christ and spending time with family.ReplyCancel

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  • Michelle C - I like wrapping presents.
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  • Heather Wone - I love giving friends and family their gifts, such a great feeling to give!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Hebert - I love spending time with my family and showing my toddler everything as its all new to her!ReplyCancel
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  • Maureen - I love to wrap presents!


(UPDATE) I will be selling this scarf on my INSTAGRAM so be on the lookout; I will update here when I will be accepting pre-orders by email. I really appreciate all the lovely comments and emails I’ve received!   I have always wanted to start knitting but always thought it was so confusing and very […]

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  • Trinity B. - I love this and cannot believe you just learned! I’ve been trying my hand at crochet and eventually want to try knitting too. You’ve inspired me to keep at it! Thanks for sharing-very cute!ReplyCancel
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    • Angie - Aww thanks!! I’m so glad I inspired you to start knitting 🙂ReplyCancel

      • Katie - How much yarn in each color did this take? I’d like to make one for my niece, but I don’t know how much to buy, and want to make sure I get enough of the same dyelot. 🙂 Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany - So cute! I have a tough time staying committed to a knitting project long enough to finish it… The bow makes it SO ADORABLE!ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Thank you! Yes it’s hard to commit to finish one knitting project at a time.. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Super cute! I have knitting on my to-do list, I’m the only woman in my family that doesn’t. It just seems like more time than I have right in this moment….RachelReplyCancel

  • jourdan - wow I don’t think they get any cuter than this the scarf is adorable and so is your little girl. Your picture really caught my eye when browsing through the link party @ Nifty Thrift THings.ReplyCancel

  • Susan - Oh my gosh – that is just darling!ReplyCancel
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  • Brandy Wassmer - So cute! I have boys so will have to find a pattern for a hat which they love in winter, but all my friends have girls and I so would love to try this for them! I have done crocheting and finally get the hang of it. But I so wanna learn to knit.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole - I Love, Love, Love this scarf! The bow is super cute. I am in Northern California still waiting for the cool weather so that I can bust out my crochet projects.ReplyCancel
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  • Rose :: Fine Craft Guild .com - Original! This is great! Do come ‘n’ brag: link it up at our linky party,, ‘Time for a Party’ !ReplyCancel
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  • Claire - Love this !!

    I may have to make one for my little girl 🙂

    Happy Monday

    Claire xReplyCancel

  • Meeha Meeha - Aaaaaaaaaaw, this is cuter than cute! I feel inspired to make a little crochet bow myself, since yours looks so darling 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Megan - Sometimes I feel like I’m the only person who doesn’t knit these days – but it’s been a million degrees here for the past few years, so that hasn’t really been very inspiring for knitting!ReplyCancel

  • chelsea - How darling! I love this adorable scarf! This would make great gifts for my nieces!ReplyCancel
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  • Elise - This is so sweet and cute! Love the bows! Would love if if you linked up on my blog hop Also let me know if you’d like to follow each other!ReplyCancel
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  • Free Pattern: Knit Bow Scarf for Little Girls · Knitting | - […] looking for a quick, easy, cute knit scarf pattern for a little girl in your life, check out the Bow Scarf from Little Inspiration. This one is perfect for new knitters because it’s all garter stitch […]ReplyCancel

  • Jenna - This scarf is SO CUTE! I love her little glasses too. 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Maria - What a GORGEOUS scarf!!!!! LOVE the big bow, just beautiful!!!ReplyCancel

  • Donna - This is darling. Thanks for sharing.
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  • riva - This is GREAT, I LOVE bows! 🙂 You have an OUTSTANDING model!! 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Mel - How cute, I’m going to make thisReplyCancel
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  • Christine - So freakin cute! I love it. This would look great for adult size too.ReplyCancel
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  • laurie - This scarf with the bow is just so adorable!! I would love to know how to make this. Today I shared a loom knitted hat for my grandson…but yours takes the cake♥ As you can tell I am just a beginner…using a loom☺ BTW…I just followed your lovely blog today.
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  • Wendy - I need one for my little girl!!! Have you thought of selling? I just don’t have the time to dedicate to it…..but I would certainly buy it! If you are selling them…let me know where to order! seriously!ReplyCancel

  • ahren - love this! where did you find the glasses?!ReplyCancel

  • Kristin - Thank you so much for sharing your darling pattern. How many inches from the end is the button hole? Your daughter is so cute!ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Kristin!
      You are very welcome! 🙂 Its about 4 1/2 inches from the end. I will update this on the blog post. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Susan - Hi, I’ve started to make the toddler scarf with bow, can you tell me what the pattern is to do the hole for the bow?

    Thank you.ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Susan!
      Thanks for stopping by! To make the button hole I linked to a video with Instructions to make the hole. It’s basically casting off in the middle of one row and then casting on in the following row.ReplyCancel

  • megan - I am obsessed with this scarf for my daughter and am wondering if you sell them? If so can you email me and let me know how to go about purchasing them!? Thank you!!ReplyCancel

  • T\\'onna - Cute scarf! I love that gray bow! I’d love for you to share this at my link party Submarine Sunday. It’s open until Friday @ 11:59pm. I hope you’ll stop by!

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  • Shannon - adorable! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  • Michelle - I love this. I was going to feature it and link to it, but it won’t let me copy a picture so I can’t:( So adorable! I was hoping to drive some traffic your way.ReplyCancel

  • GlamorousMommy - This is stinkin’ adorable!!! Found you via Nifty Thrifty Things and so happy to be your newest follower!!

    -Fotini { }ReplyCancel
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  • A - This has inspired me to learn to knit. Thank you!! Sorry for this silly question. Is it all knit stitch or do I use purl stitches as well? Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • A - This has inspired me to learn to knit. Thank you!! Sorry for this silly question. Is it all knit stitch or do I use purl stitches as well? Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • A - This has inspired me to learn to knit. Thank you!! Sorry for this silly question. Is it all knit stitch or do I use purl stitches as well? Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • A - Thank you for inspiring me to learn how to knit!! Does this use purl stitches or just the knit stitch?ReplyCancel

  • Carly - Hi, I was just wondering if you sold any of your work. I would really love to get this scarf as a present.

    Let me know,

  • Michele - Adorable! If you have time I would love for you to share it at my linky party going on right now @ Primp!

  • keely owens - Do you have this pattern for crocheting?ReplyCancel

  • Suzie - Love this! I just added the pattern to Ravelry: (Wasn’t able to add a photo).ReplyCancel

  • Ester - When I saw this scaft.i fell in love with it.and so did my daughter I can’t i want to know if you selling because i would for sure buy this adorable scaftReplyCancel

  • Kate L - Your post gave me “inspiration” to learn how to knit. I just finished making this scarf…it is so cute! I have a few imperfections, but am looking forward to learning new patterns to get better. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Valentina's DIY | Pearltrees - […] I have to do this… < Cool stuff. < gebesse Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees How To Knit A Bow Scarf » Little Inspiration I have always wanted to start knitting but always thought it was so confusing and very time […]ReplyCancel

  • Robin - I just finished making this scarf yesterday! It’s so cute and such a great xmas gift! Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Julia - Hello all!! I’m new to knitting so forgive me if this question is annoying 🙂
    What exactly is the pattern for knitting this adorable scarf? I’m confused…
    Also where are the instructions for the bow? Did I overlook the link?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated ! I want to knit this scarf for my nieces for Christmas ! There are 6 of them!! 😀ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Julia
      The patter is basically the length, amount of stitches and making the hole.
      The bow pattern is also mentioned in the post.

      Let me know if you have any questions. I’d be happy to help.


  • Sara - I just posted my first of these scarves to Ravelry.

  • Christine - I was wondering if I can buy this scarf already made I’m not that craftyReplyCancel

  • PINspiration – Toddler Bow Scarf « chucksforchancho - […] good friend came across a darling toddler scarf  she was hoping I could duplicate.  The original maker at Little Inspiration provided a tutorial on her blog, only problem was it was for a knit […]ReplyCancel

  • monica chavez - LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea! I shared it on my blog with a crochet version you inspired me to create!. Thank you for sharing!!ReplyCancel

  • Ana Lopes - So sweet!! Love the little beautiful girl too! Thanks so much for sharing! I’d love for you to visit my blog.
    Happy week!

    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft

  • catherine - Would love to know if there’s a comparable equivelent in a crochet pattern? Love the pattern but suck at knittingReplyCancel

  • ADORABLE n°1 « SILK army - […] seen on Zulily. Oh and this little girl is soo super cute. You can learn hot to knit her bow scarf here. And if you have a daughter or a niece, you might want to share a beauty moment, coloring each […]ReplyCancel

  • Valerie - This is so adorable! Lastnight while I was laying in bed I actually started watching YouTube videos on how to knit! I’m hoping to make this….someday. lol! Thanks so much for sharing! Your daughter is beautiful too!ReplyCancel

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  • Jelli - This scarf is super cute. I think you’ve just inspired a few hair accessories AND a scarf for me…and maybe my baby girl, though I think she’d try to pull it off. She’s in that stage of life right now.ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Thanks Jelli!

      I appreciate it. 🙂ReplyCancel


    • Angie - Hi Jaclyn!
      I’m sure you can but I don’t know crocheting.

      Thanks for stopping byReplyCancel

  • Debi - This is adorable. I have a link party and would love to have you share this and any other posts. It is called Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Link Party. The link to the party is
    I hope to see you there.
    Have a great week.
    Debi @ Adorned From AboveReplyCancel

  • Nancy at maddalee - Oh my, what an adorable scarf and little girl! I’m visiting from 52 mantels and am so glad you shared. You make like some of the things we have over at Maddalee!

    Have a good day, NancyReplyCancel

  • Jeanie - So so adorable~~!!! totally loving the oversize glasses look~ReplyCancel
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  • Pintastic Friday – Double Edition | Little Bird Designs of Fredericksburg - […] Bow Scarf While this scarf is designed for Toddlers, you could easily adjust it to fit adults […]ReplyCancel

  • Mandy - Thanks for linking up to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts – you were featured today!
    -Mandy, http://www.SugarBeeCrafts.comReplyCancel

  • Ana - I love the colors you have chosen! It’s very cute and sweet 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Cute Knitted Bow Scarf Pattern – LoveThisCraft - […] Get the free pattern from Little Inspiration now! Craft Type: Apparel & Accessories, Knitting   Tags: Bow, Scarf […]ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay - When making the button hole for the bow, how many loops across did you go before starting to cast off? Then how many loops did you cast off (how wide is the hole)? Thanks so much for sharing this adorable scarf!ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Lindsay,
      Let me know if you received my re-ply.

      When making the button hole.. start to cast off at 7th stitch only casting off 4. The hole is about 1-2 inches in width.

      if you have any questions, let me know. I’m happy to help.ReplyCancel

  • Knittin’ Kitten | cavelle - […] And these cute toddler scarves inspired by my new favorite blog-  little inspiration. […]ReplyCancel

  • monique birt - I actually have the same question about the buttonhole and how long to make it for the bow? In the picture it looks so small. I would love to make this for my niece!ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Monqique,
      Please let me know if you received my re-ply.

      Start making the button hole at 21 inches long.. start by casting off at the 7th stitch and only casting off 4.
      (6 Stitches – Cast off 4 – 6 stitches = 16 stitches) the hole is about 1-2 inches in width and it should be enough for the bow.
      Let me know if this helps.


  • Kelly - I featured you today at Smart! School {House} on behalf of Whimsy Wednesday! The new party starts later today. We hope you come back to share your latest creations this week:)

    Thank you!
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  • monique birt - Thanks so much Angie! That helps 🙂 I will let you know how it turns out!ReplyCancel

  • Kate - Beautiful scarf. Was wondering did you use the wool ease chunky or the thick and quick?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Kate!
      I used thick and quick 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Heidi - Adorable! I have a question regarding the “button”. Did you attach an actual button behind the bow that goes into the button hole, or did you actually slide the bow itself through the button hole?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - You actually use the bow as the button by sliding it through the button hole 🙂

      Thanks for stopping byReplyCancel

  • michelle - Is this all in garter stitch???ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Michelle,
      Yes, it’s garter stitch.
      Thanks for stopping by.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - I understand the pattern sound simple enough. But what I do not understand is how you got the same of the bow. By the pattern sounds like you just made a square.ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Ashley,
      The yarn for the bow is thin so that would make the stitches a lot smaller. Yeah, its basically a rectangle to form a bow. 🙂 Hope this helps.
      Let me know if there is anything else you need help with.ReplyCancel

  • Karina - I am absolutely in love with this for my daughter. Any chance that you would make and sell this to me? I am so not capable of knitting! Let me know one way or the other please 🙂


  • Sue - Hi Angie! What do you mean when you use the bow at the button to secure the scarf?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hey Sue,
      The bow is the button. I must of wrote it wrong?
      Yea so you pull the bow out from the button hole. It fits perfectly, the scarf will cover her chest and will stay in place 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Cathy - I’m confused. You say to make the scarf 13 stitches wide, but when casting off for the bow, you give directions for 16 stitches wide. “knit 6, cast off 4, knit 6 = 16” I made the scarf 13 stitches wide. So I’m going to wing it and see how it goes!
    Did I miss how you gather the bow in the middle? from the photo it looks like you just wrapped yarn around the middle several times?ReplyCancel

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  • KS Crochet and Knitting - The knitted bow tie scarf pattern is adorable. I am going to knit some for last minute gifts. Great pattern!ReplyCancel

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  • Portia - Thank you so much for this pattern! My SIL pinned this and I want to make it for my niece. I have a quick question: you said you used Lion Brand chunky yarn, but I’m not familiar with that. Is there more to the name? I’m in love with the vibrant colors you’ve chosen and want to make sure I pick up the right yarn.

    Thanks in advance,

    • Angie - Hi Portia!
      There are many “chunky” yarn brands. The width of the yarn is visible and the brand I use I got it at Walmart for about $2.50. you can also search online by searching “chunky yarn”. Hope this helps. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Portia - Where did u purchase the chunky yarn? Also, how many skeins will I need to complete this beauty?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - You would only need one skein of chunky yarn for the scarf itself.ReplyCancel

  • portia - Thanks, Angie! I appreciate your prompt feedback 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Lissa - What an adorable scarf! I came across it on Pinterest and was very pleased to find such a detailed tutorial. To be honest though, I’d very much like to make an adult version. I’m fairly new to knitting so I must ask, how would you alter the pattern to make this scarf suitable for an adult?

    Thanks for your time!ReplyCancel

  • Megan - I am totally in LOVE!! However, I only know how to crochet. Is there anywhere or any way I can get this in a crochet pattern??ReplyCancel

  • Kelli debo - I love love love the bow tie scarf, although I don’t know how to knit, do you sell them already made??ReplyCancel

  • Juliana - I am in love with this scarf, but I don’t know how to knit. Do you sell it?? Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Deidre - I also love the scarf. I’ve seen several people ask if you sell the scarfs, but I don’t? see where you have answered. Do you?ReplyCancel

  • Mood Board Monday: Bows | Design Happens - […] / Cake / Bow Tie Print / White Dress / Place Setting / Bow Scarf / Lemon Bow / Hair Bow / Dog Bow […]ReplyCancel

  • Aileen - Thanks for sharing! Just made this for my daughter and love it! For clarity, it might be helpful for you to give you gauge and finished dimensions so others can customize! Are you on Ravelry?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Hi Aileen,

      Thanks so much for your feedback. I will update the post with your suggestions. I did sign up for Raverly but haven’t really got the time to browse and update my profile.

      Thanks for stopping by Little Inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - I love the scarf I just made one. I just wish I was able to sell because everyone keeps asking me for one but I understand you don’t want us to. I am trying to figure out dimensions because I would love to make a headband to go with it.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - What age child would you say fits this scarf best?ReplyCancel

  • Back to Life & Time Wasted on Pinterest | Head In the Trees - […] I love this scarf and want one for myself, but I may be a bit old for that bow- might settle for making them for my three nieces. You can find the tutorial here! […]ReplyCancel

  • Nataliya - Love it. I have tried and succeeded. Can i Use your blogg as refferense and translate the pattern to norwegian? I want to post the pattern on my blogg to if you approve.
    Best regrats Nataliya

  • Randi - I would absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE one of these or a few of these for my daughter. I dont know how to knit unfortunately 🙁 any chance you sell them?ReplyCancel

  • Bow Scarf | Crafts: Unknown Knowledge | - […] (UPDATE) Sorry to say that I don't sell this scarf. I do hope by the end of the year I could make some more and sell them. I just don't have the time in the next few months.I really appreciate all the lovely comments and emails I've received!  […]ReplyCancel

  • Rikki - Just made this scarf and I’m obsessed with it was Sooo easy thanks for the instructions can’t wait to make more!!!! ThanksReplyCancel

  • Jill - Too cute! I dont know how to knit, but I’d love to buy one of these for my daughter if you ever decide to sell them! Please keep me updated 🙂

    Thank you,

  • Teresa - I would only make one buttonhole and sew the bow on where the Sedona hole should be and sew a button on the wrong side behind the bow. The fasten the button only thru one hole .ReplyCancel

  • A Royal Bun Part Two - […] A cute scarf for an equally cute toddler. […]ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - I’m not going to lie … I saw this on Pinterest I don’t even know how long ago and it was cute enough to make me want to start knitting. Thanks to you and this post, I’m a knitting lover now! It gives me a way to connect with my Grandmother who ate, breathed, and lived for knitting.ReplyCancel
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  • Sabrina - Wow! I love the scarf but to tell you the truth: I love that little girl a bit more.ReplyCancel

  • agadka - soooo amazing!!!!! want one!…. or two:P
    very nice blog, great style. Im following you now 🙂 Hope you can also visit us here:
    Have a nice day & keep in touch.ReplyCancel

  • Chelesa sims - This is so cute.i love the bow.ReplyCancel

  • Holly - Hi! I’m trying to knit this scarf however I just need to know what size needle I need. I got a US size 13/ 9mm they are chunky needles. I have got about four rows up however the stitch is not tight together like how your picture shows. Can you let me know if I messed up on the size? I’m in Canada. Lol. Thanks so much for your help!ReplyCancel

  • Crafty Inspiration: Bows - The Crafty Mummy - […] a bow scarf for a toddler with Little Inspiration […]ReplyCancel

  • Becky Sparks - Could you please adapt this pattern to a size for an 8 year old? I am a beginner knitter and love this scarf! Would love to make it for my granddaughter. Thank you.

  • Monique March - Just wanted to say how amazing this scarf is and how much fun I have had making it. I get many comments on how cute it is. thanks for posting thisReplyCancel

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  • Amanda - Awww. Your daughter is just precious! I found you on Ravelry because I was looking for a pattern to make bows for my little ones. The scarf is so cute though that I might have to make one of those too!ReplyCancel

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  • Toddler Puppy scarf | acraftyday - […] knit version of the bow scarf can be found here, it is a wonderful […]ReplyCancel

  • nicole - thanks so much for the pattern your sight is nice scarfs are adorableReplyCancel
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  • Rebecca - Hello!! I love this scarf!! And the little girl is TOO CUTE!!! Do you happen to know if there is a pattern out there for a crochet version of this? If so, please let me know. Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • Marcia Lima Palamim - Hello!
    Congratulations on your creation. Model simple to implement and very fluffy result. If you want to see my version, visit my blog
    Kiss. Marcia Lima PalamimReplyCancel

  • Crochet Toddler Bow Tutorial from PINspiration Knit Scarf – Part 1 | chucksforchancho - […] the original photo is from Little Inspiration and she has a great knit version on her blog. Check it […]ReplyCancel

  • Elaine - Hello, just love this cute scarf. I would like to make a matching one for me as well. I wondered if you could give me some suggestions as to the length and amount of stitches etc for an adult size scarf please? I am a novice knitter and think these beautiful scarves will be my next venture with the knitting needles! Thank you ElaineReplyCancel

  • Brittanie - Are u making/selling any of these this year???? I would loooove to order oneReplyCancel

  • Kristien - Thnx for sharing! this is too cute, I’m going to get started on this right away 🙂ReplyCancel
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  • Knitted Bow Scarf | Addicted 2 Fun - […] Easy beginners knitting scarf for toddlers. Source: To Learn “Knitted Bow Scarf” DIY Crafts click here […]ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn - How much do you charge for this scarf? I really want one for my daughter 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Carmen - Hello Angie. Thanks for sharing this super cute scarf pattern with us. I’m making the hole now and very frequently, how-to videos mention the rows, so I want to ask you, on how many rows did you create the button hole ? I know it’s cast off at 6, cast off 3, but on how many rows you knit the hole ? Thanks a lot !ReplyCancel

    • Angie - I cast off on the seventh time, to create three “Cast Off” holes. HOpe this helps!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie Whatley - Can some one send me this scarf in the crocheted pattern please!!!!
    I would really appreciate it

  • - Unicorn Kids Crafts - […] DIY Chunky Knit Bow Scarf for Kids Tutorial from Little Inspiration here. This will knit up really fast using #13 needles. A buttonhole where the bow goes through, anchors the scarf. *If you don’t know how to knit or need a refresher course go here to inspiration & realisation’s roundup of tutorials here. […]ReplyCancel

  • Kimmy - Hi! Thank you for this cute and easy pattern. I have reached the button hole and I do have a question. Is it centered or should it be a little off? The scarf is 13 stitches wide and it says to make six stitches then cast off three. Do I use the sixth stitch? For example, will my row be 5, cast off 3, 5? Or should it be 6, cast off 3, 4?ReplyCancel

    • Angie - Yes, The hole is a little off. Cast off at the 6th so you will have 5 stitches already completed. You can cast off at the middle with just two stitches if you prefer the hole to be centered.

      Let me know if you have any questions.ReplyCancel

  • Tabitha - How much do you sell these for? They so pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Looke - Great scarf for my little girl!!!

  • - DIY Christmas Crafts - […] DIY Chunky Knit Bow Scarf for Kids Tutorial from Little Inspiration here. This will knit up really fast using #13 needles. A buttonhole where the bow goes through, anchors the scarf. *If you don’t know how to knit or need a refresher course go here to inspiration & realisation’s roundup of tutorials here. […]ReplyCancel

  • The Bow Scarf | Knitting Needles To Fishing Poles - […] cutest by itself! It is so soft and so very warm, and not to mention adorable. I got the pattern here or by clicking the photos. Angie wrote this pattern and I just love love love it! It is so very […]ReplyCancel

  • The Bow Scarf… | Knitting Needles To Fishing Poles - […] cutest by itself! It is so soft and so very warm, and not to mention adorable. I got the pattern here or by clicking the photos. Angie wrote this pattern and I just love love love it! It is so very […]ReplyCancel

  • Tina Vaught - Could you make the bow interchangeable? Maybe by adding a button to the scarf and having 2 button holes?ReplyCancel

  • Nicole - Love the pattern!!! I made one for a Christmas gift and it’s adorable, Kudos!!ReplyCancel

  • Laurence - Is it possible to order a scarf and buy it?ReplyCancel

  • Betty - Made this for my 16 month year old grand daughter and it turned out so cute. Used white for the scarf and a sparkly grey for the bow. It is a Christmas gift. Thanks for the directions.ReplyCancel

  • Betty - Made this for my 16 month year old grand daughter and it turned out so cute. Used white for the scarf and a sparkly grey for the bow. It is a Christmas gift. Thanks for the directions.ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra - I made this for my 18 month old and she is really small and skinny. So I made a little tweaks to it. It turned out amazing! Thanks for sharing! Love love it!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Anne - What brand of yarn did you use for the bow? I’m using wool-ease and it seems too thin.ReplyCancel

    • Angie - I used Lion Brand- wool-ease is not good for this project. I’ve tried it’s pretty thin.ReplyCancel

  • nick - Hi I was wondering if the wool-ease is what you used for the bows? I have to order all my yarn online cause we don’t have yarn shops here
    you used thick and quick for the scarf… I hope to make a few for my daughter once school starts its winter not long after 🙂

    • Angie - I used Lion Brand chunky yarn and regular yarn to make the bows.ReplyCancel

  • Fall Bucketlist | Adventures With Ellie - […] my project!   This year I am determined to finish them! I am trying to make the girls these scarfs I saw. So far so good…I’ve gotten this far with the first one : I’ve […]ReplyCancel

  • 5 Stylish Knit Scarf Patterns That You’ll Love to TryStylish Board - […] 3. A Cute Bow Scarf Idea Pattern at: littleinspiration […]ReplyCancel

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  • Joy - I just wanted to clarify, do you mean size 13 US needle?ReplyCancel

  • Sciarpe per bambini fatte a mano: 6 idee da realizzare facilmente - Periodo Fertile - […] Per chi sa lavorare ai ferri invece può fare questa carinissima sciarpina a maglia che si indossa incrociata sul davanti e si chiude grazie ad un’asola dove infilare il fiocchetto. Per realizzarla basta lavorare un rettangolo a maglia dritta e seguire le Spiegazioni → sciarpina ai ferri  […]ReplyCancel

  • Martha L. - How wide is the finished scarf, please? Would love to try this!

  • Flower Button Scarf | yarn over and bake - […] month, my sister asked if I could make this Bow Scarf from Little Inspiration for her friend’s little girl. It was such an easy and quick knit, and it turned out […]ReplyCancel

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  • Little lady scarf — a free knitting pattern | Alaska Knit Nat - […] searched Pinterest and came across the most adorable scarf pattern that uses a bow as a button. This was definitely the right idea. Create a buttonhole near the end […]ReplyCancel

  • Natasha - Thanks for your little inspiration! Here’s a variation of this scarf using the seed stitch: