Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Infinity Scarf -- Free Pattern

This is an update from December on our newest free pattern.  Our Infinity Scarf knit with less than 1 skein of Jade Sapphire Silk Cashmere and US 6 circular needles.  It's a simple knit that creates a lovely finished project.  Thanks Laura for knitting our store sample, I have been sporting it for the last couple of cold days but now have resigned to knit my own.   I have some Jade Sapphire at home in this beautiful grey silver. 


Infinity Scarf
Thanks to Marjorie for inspiring this beautiful project!
Designed by Marie Connolly




Materials:
US 6 Long circular at least 24" long
1 skein of Jade Sapphire Silk Cashmere


Gauge 5 stitches = 1 inch.

Cast on 250 stitches.
Place marker, join round taking care not to twist your stitches.
Row 1: *K1, P1 repeat from * across row.
Row 2: *P1, K1 repeat from * across row.
repeat rows 1 and 2 for 1.5 inches.
Change to stockinette stitch and work until scarf measures 6 inches
Work rows 1 and 2 (the seed stitch) for 1.5 inches.
Bind off loosely.
Weave in ends and block lightly.

Finished blocked scarf measures 50" long  (around the circle) and 7.5" wide.

* Just a note, if you twist your first row, don't worry. It's looks great as a Mobius too.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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13 comments:

the greenhorn knitter said...

This is gorgeous! And silk cashmere? Mmmm mmmm good! :)

Gail said...

Beautiful! I surfed in while looking for patterns for Infinity scarves, and this is one of the loveliest I've seen on the Internet.

Not to be nit-picky, though, but if you twist your first row it isn't a Moebius (as stated in your endnote), it's simply a twisted ring. A moebius is a continuous one-sided surface; your twisted ring will have 2 distinct surfaces. This is a concept taught in US math curriculums in about 3rd to 5th grade.

poor said...

I love to knit scarves and gift my friends...so simple yet such a warm gift isn't it?

Anonymous said...

Hi,
The picture seems to be covering up some of the instructions. Can that be fixed? I am a new knitter. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I was wondering what is a good substitute for the Jade Sapphire Silk Cashmere?

Anonymous said...

Soooo what other yarn could you use instead of this silk cashmere? What number yarn is it?

Anonymous said...

Repeating the request for the clearer pattern...would you be able to reprint the pattern withouth the picture? Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I am interested in the Infinity Scarf pattern, but the instructions are covered by the photo. Can you fix this, so the pattern is visible?

Thank you.

How to Wear an Infinity Scarf said...

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scarf tying said...

This is great!

Sincerely,
scarf tying expert

Anonymous said...

Okay - from a total rookie - what size/type of needles do you use for this pattern? It is just what I'm looking for! Thanks.

ccbb10 said...

just read that stockinette stitch on circular needles is all knit. Is that correct for this pattern? Iam new at circular needles. thanks

ccbb10 said...

read that stockinette on circular needles is all knit. Is this correct for this pattern? I am new to circular needles. Thanks