The majority of people will not be able to tell the difference between one scarf and another, or how each other was made. The truth is however, that there are many different types of patterns for knitting scarves.
Some of them include the beginner garter stitch scarf, the broken rib scarf, the cable scarf, the checks and eyelets scarf, the colorful lace scarf, the condo stitch scarf, the dewdrop simple lace scarf, the diagonal eyelet scarf, the easy garter stitch scarf, the garter stitch diamond scarf, the garter stitch zig zag scarf, the hooded scarf, the lace scarf, and many others with varying difficulty levels.
A specific piece of Mary Beth Bellah's collection that was featured on knitting news is the one called “Helping Hands”, and the controversial piece was inspired on the erectile dysfunction condition drug , featuring the famous shape and blue color of the pill. It was covered by the magazine Quilter's Home and was featured on knitting news on the cover of the magazine, but it was banned from the online chain store JoAnn Fabrics.