Friday, February 3, 2012

How to Knit a Starbella Ruffle Scarf

Knitting a Starbella Ruffle Scarf is easier than one might think. Even those that have never knitted before can create this beautiful scarf and it only takes one skein of Starbella yarn!

Crafted by Milly.

  • 1 Skein of Starbella Yarn
  • Clover Bamboo Size 7 Needles
  • Scissors

All supplies used for this project can be found at our Bonney Lake store.

You can choose to use knitting needles of your choice, but in this video, Milly is using bamboo needles.

UPDATE - here is an updated video to knit a Starbella scarf to show Milly's point of view while knitting.

We carry a variety of colors of Starbella Yarn which allows you to create a scarf for every season.

Here are the names of the colors we carry starting from the top row, left to right:

  • Fly a Kite
  • Cinnamon Candy
  • Plum Reserves
  • Spring Bouquet
  • Night Clouds
  • Faded Jeans
  • Canyon Sunrise
  • Collegiate
  • Happy Pinks
  • Autumn

Want to learn how to knit, crochet, or do you need help with a project? You can register online or in store for one of Milly's Knitting and Crocheting classes.

Also, don't forget to register online or in store for our Knit & Crochet Potluck this Sunday, February 5, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Happy Knitting!


  1. my scarf had ruffles that were way tighter than these ruffle scarf. And, one role of material only made about 1/2 a scarf. I started with 8 loops so I am not sure why? could it be because my needles were smaller? How would I add a second roll of material onto the first one?

    1. Hi Patty! It may depend on the type of yarn you are using. If you are using the Starbella, it should have made a complete scarf (with use of the right size needles). If you are using a different type of yarn, you may need to skip a loop. To add more to your scarf, simply tie the yarn ends together or overlap the 2nd yarn onto the 1st to finish. If you have any other questions, please let us know.

  2. Is there a way to make the scarf infinity?

    1. Yes, by simply sewing the ends together. You may need to make the scarf longer, though.

  3. where do i find the binding off. Also my scarf loks bell
    shaped as i go down, am i flipping it wrong.

    1. The scarf may resemble a bell shape as you knit. Just be sure that you are not going into the same hole twice. Be sure to look out for the 3 bar stitch in between each hole. You can find the Cast Off video on YouTube here:

  4. Mill's I will love to see the star of the starbella skirt please thank you

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