This infinity scarf pattern is a quick and easy scarf to make, with an interesting stitch pattern known as seed stitch.
The scarf is thick and bulky and will keep you warm during the colder months.
You can wear it for chilly morning school runs, for walking the dog in the park or any other occasion when you need to go out in the cold weather!
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What is Seed Stitch?
Knit using the seed stitch, you can view the seed stitch video tutorial to learn how to do this.
When you knit seed stitch whether, in the round or flat, you knit purls and purl the sts as they come up.
This scarf is knit on 24″ circular needles width-wise – so you are knitting the whole length of the scarf until it reaches the width that you want.
I knitted around 10 inches and that was high enough for me, but if you want to make it longer or shorter, it is up to you!
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Infinity Scarf Pattern
The scarf knits up quickly and the simple design makes for a relaxing and enjoyable knit.
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Skill Level – Easy
Approx – Length of scarf – 76 inches / 193 cm.
You can easily adjust the size by casting on fewer or more stitches.
Gauge = 5 rows in 2″
Abbreviations / Knitting Abbreviations List
CO – Cast on
K = Knit
P – Purl
Rep = Repeat
St(s) = Stitch(es)
The Supplies You Need
- Super Bulky Yarn 06 / yarn weight guide
- 2 x skeins Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Wheat or Oatmeal
- 10 mm (US 15) 24″ circulars knitting needles
- Darning Needle
- Tape Measure
- Stitch markers
- CO 101 sts – pm and join in the round and place a marker.
- K1, P1 to end of the round.
- P1, K1 to the end of the round.
- Rep rounds 1 and 2 until the piece measures 10 inches from the cast-on edge.
- Cast off in the pattern.
- Weave in all loose ends.
Tip – When you knit seed stitch whether, in the round or flat, you knit purls and purl the sts as they come up.