Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern Greysh
This infinity scarf knitting pattern will guide you in knitting a chunky, very cosy and ideal infinity scarf for an all-day outfit.
Wear it wrapped around your neck twice during colder winter days.
Furthermore, this knit pattern features a relaxed and amazingly cozy infinity scarf.
Moreover, you can pair it with casual pieces, your jeans and your tight pants.
Finally, knitted flat in one piece, this wonderful scarf knitting pattern in cable stitch will be your beloved piece during cold days and nights.
This knitting pattern is a 10-page fully-detailed digital knitting pattern file that includes guided instructions step by step and some helpful photos.
The infinity scarf in cable and garter stitch is knitted flat.
cable st, garter st
This knitting pattern is written in standard English
Measurements are in both cm and inches
Infinity scarf sizes
Teen size 10-12years / Adult size
The infinity scarf on the photo is adult size.
Infinity scarf length: 114(130)cm or 45(52) inches
Infinity scarf width: 20(24)cm or 8(9.5) inches
- Yarn: Rita By Lana Kam, 50% wool, 50% Acrylic, double strand
Approx. 515(625)m or 563(685)yards
Notice: if you chose thicker yarn, suitable for 9mm needles (U.S 13), you will need half of the suggested amount of meters or yards.
- A pair of 9mm ( U.S 13) straight needles
- 2 stitch markers (points the beginning and the end of the cable stitches)
- A tapestry needle (to weave in the yarn ends)
- A cable needle
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