Square One Handwoven Scarf Pattern

Square One Scarf

Weave a beautifully soft and simple scarf that can be customized through colour. Choose a hand-dyed or handpainted sock yarn for the warp and create your cloth with a variety of colours in the weft to enjoy the colour interactions.


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  • Unblocked Dimensions: 10.5 inches (27 cm) wide x 38.5 inches (98 cm) long, not including fringe
  • Blocked Dimensions: 10.25 inches (26 cm) wide x 37.5 inches (95 cm) long, not including fringe (approximately 5 inches of fringe at each end)


  • Equipment: rigid heddle loom with a 12-inch (30 cm) weaving width, 10-dent reed
  • Tools: 1 shuttle, warping peg, reed hook, heddle hook, tapestry needle, measuring tape
  • Weave Structure: plain weave
  • Warp Length: approximately 60 inches (152 cm) includes about 10 inches of loom waste
  • Warp Ends: 124
  • Ends Per Inch (EPI): 10 EPI
  • Picks Per Inch (PPI): 10 PPI
  • Width in Reed: 12 inches (30 cm)


This might be the first handwoven project of many and it’s great to be able to refer back to your work and use that experience to help you create your next project. So remember to jot down notes about the kind of yarn you used, the dimensions of your fabric in the reed, off the loom, and after washing. Also consider making notes about how the fabric feels to you and what you might change for the next iteration of this project!


Your choice of colours for the warp and the weft will make all the difference! Play with handpainted, speckled, or variegated skeins. Make stripes in the warp. Make stripes in the weft. Use a gradient mini-skein set. See how the colours mix and blend!

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