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Infinity Scarf And Hat Pattern | The Hera

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This infinity scarf and hat knitting pattern is a great project for a beginner knitter.

The super-chunky scarf is a seamless infinity loop that can be wrapped twice around the neck to turn into a warm cowl.

chunky knitted infinity scarf pattern

An Easy Level Knitting Pattern

This is an easy pattern for those of you who are advanced beginner level, and the techniques you will need to know are knit, purl, k2tog and knitting in the round.

Using mainly knit and purl stitches, it will also introduce you to decreasing and shaping.

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If you have never knit in the round before you can watch my video tutorial here.

*Please scroll down to see the free pattern*

grey hat and cowl

The Yarn I Used…

I made the hat using 1 skein of Sirdar Big Softie in grey for the hat.

I made the skein into two balls and knit 2 strands together for the hat.

For the scarf – 3 skeins of super bulky yarn (in grey – I used Hayfield Super Chunky With Wool in shade 0051).

I used 3 strands knit together for the infinity scarf.

chunky knit cowl pattern

Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:

This pattern is great for any advanced beginner knitters.

hat and cowl pattern set

Infinity Scarf  and Hat Pattern

Purchase the inexpensive ad-free, PDF printable pattern in my shop here.

Notes

The hat and scarf knit up quickly and the simple design makes for a relaxing and enjoyable knit.

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Skill Level – Easy

Size –

  • Adult woman
  • Hat to fit a head with circumference size – around 22-26 inches.

Gauge

  • 10 sts and 15 rounds in 4in/10cm in stocking stitch (hat)
  • 4 sts and 6 rounds in 4in/10cm in stocking stitch (scarf)

The Supplies You Need…

Yarn

  • 3 skeins of super bulky yarn (in grey – I used Hayfield Super Chunky With Wool in shade 0051) for the infinity scarf.
  • I used 3 strands together for the scarf.
  • 1 skein of Sirdar Big Softie in grey for the hat.
  • I made the skein into two balls and knit 2 strands together for the hat.
  • A great substitute yarn would be Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick.
  • Super bulky weight – 106 yards. / yarn weight guide

Needles

  • Set of 10.00mm (US 15) 16″ circulars for the hat
  • Set of 10.00mm (US 15) DPNs (Double Pointed Needles) This is optional for the decreases.
  • If you don’t want to use DPNs you may need to switch to a larger cable size to decrease the hat – a 60cm/24″ cable and use the magic loop technique.
  • Set of 25mm (US 50 ) needles for the infinity scarf.

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Abbreviations / Knitting Abbreviations List

  • CO – Cast on
  • K = Knit
  • K2tog – Knit two stitches together
  • P – Purl
  • PM – Place marker
  • Rep = Repeat
  • St(s) = Stitch(es)

Hat Pattern

  • With 10.00mm (US 15) 16′′ circulars – Cast on > 40 sts
  • Join in the round and pm, being careful not to twist the sts.
  • Start off in rib – K2, P2 every round until piece measures 3 inches.
  • Then knit every round until piece measures 8 inches from the cast-on edge.
  • Decrease = (you may need to switch to DPNs for this)
  • Shape top: 1st rnd: *K1, K2tog. Rep from *
  • 2nd rnd: Knit
  • 3rd rnd: *K1, K2tog. Rep from *
  • 4th rnd: K2tog to the end of the round.
  • Break yarn.
  • Draw end through rem sts and fasten securely.
  • Sew in any loose ends.
  • Make a large pom pom and securely fasten to the top of the hat.

Infinity Scarf Pattern

  • Using 3 strands of yarn together and the 25mm (US 50) circular needles.
  • Cast on 70 sts
  • Join in the round and pm, being careful not to twist the sts.
  • 1st round – P2, K3 – rep to the end of the round.
  • Continue to P2, K3 every round until the piece measures 9 inches from the cast-on edge.
  • You can continue if you want to make the scarf longer in width, but you will need an extra ball of yarn.
  • Cast off in rib.
  • Sew in any loose ends.

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