You can print the directions by going to print on your computer. Reply MariainCola December 17, at Free Pattern and Instructions — Redheart.
Your pattern looks very close to it…. Hi, Just discovered your scarf pattern, If I wanted to work in the round, no seaming is my goal at the end Howmany Stitched would you suggest??
Its for a quick gift. Steph, You call for 2 skeins of yarn is that for double strand throughout or for length and single strand? I am making this scarf. I bought the exact yarn and size needle that you used. I have knitted for years and I do not knit tight. Hi Diane, I did use two full skeins.
I knit 1, purl 1 across. No matter if at the end of the first row with a knit. You still start the next row with a knit 1, purl 1 to end of row. They are both super bulky. This scarf looks great! How many stitches should I cast on to knit this on circular needles? Would I need to do anything else differently? Thanks for your post! Just the pattern I was looking for to use some bulky yarn I forgot I had!
Hi Steph, Love the color of this scarf! Is the color in the pictures exactly what it looks like in real life? I was thinking of ordering this yarn in Taupe, but the swatches online look like a much darker color. I think the pictures are true to the color, but this was nearly 3 years ago, so hopefully the color names are still the same. Good luck with the project! Just completed the scarf.
I have recently found that a member of Ravelry is using your image of this cowl in her patterns for sale library, I find this disturbing on your behalf. This is the pattern in question. I created a pattern info entry for your pattern, in an attempt to stave off further issues. May I use one of your photos of the scarf on the pattern info page, properly attributed to you, of course? It was so much fun to make this easy and quick design. I made two of these for Christmas presents using the recommended yarn.
Just lovely and the cowls were much appreciated. Thank you for the inspiration! I recently began knitting, and up until now I had only made dishcloths. I was dying to make a scarf when I came across this pattern. It turned out beautifully! I have gotten so many compliments on it. Thanks for such a great pattern!
I do love the pattern. Thank you Steph for this simple pattern. Question, you said use the biggest needles I have. I am using size 25 and the loops are huge. Not sure this size will work. What do you think? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Chunky Infinity Scarf Materials: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google. December 3, at 3: Reply Elizabeth November 16, at 3: Reply MariainCola December 17, at Reply steph December 17, at 7: Reply Connie Hecker December 17, at 1: Thanks Connie, have fun making it!
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Reply Charlotte October 23, at 3: Reply Julie October 26, at 3: Reply Nancy November 1, at And as the designer pointed out, these also make great gifts. Everybody loves a handmade scarf! Free Pattern and Instructions — Persialou. Similar to the first design we showcased, this one is a really chunky knit pattern. The pattern is simple, but the overall effect is very striking. This one is an attention-grabber for sure. And it looks so warm and cozy that just looking at it, you want to bundle up inside!
Perfect for wearing indoors or outdoors, this scarf will keep you warm and stylish even on the harshest winter days. Free Pattern and Instructions — 1dogwoof. The ends of the scarf are sewn together, but the buttons add a nice ornamental flair. This chunky knit look is otherwise pretty similar to the one above. Wonderful for fall or winter!
Free Pattern and Instructions — Flamingotoes. This is an easy pattern to make, and we love how the scarf looks both warm and delicate. This is another one that would make an excellent gift set for somebody special over the winter holidays.
Free Pattern and Instructions — Oursouthernhomesc. The pattern has an almost scalloped look to it, and has a kind of calm elegance. You could do that with any of the infinity scarves here for a slightly different look. Free Pattern and Instructions — Thebattersboxblog.
This scarf is another that is pretty simple in design and definitely puts warmth and comfort first and foremost. Free Pattern and Instructions — Deliacreates. We just adore the colors on this one too—the shifting hues help to bring out the pattern in all of its lacey intricacy.
A beautiful, elegant design with an entirely different look and feel. This knitting pattern may be a better match for your wardrobe if the other styles seem a little too casual or blocky for your tastes. Free Pattern and Instructions — Bhookedcrochet. If you liked the cozy and chunky design from earlier over at One Dog Woof, you might have noticed a second design further down the page.
The cozy and chunky design from earlier was longer, more ideal for mid-winter. This scarf is a lot shorter and smaller, which makes it perfect for those transitional days just before the big spring melt.
Another great design from One Dog Woof! Love rugby, or even just the rugby scarf look with the wide bands of color? This infinity scarf is a great alternative to the traditional rugby scarf design. The designer has a couple of different examples, one with bolder, contrasting stripes in white and blue, and one with more subtle stripping in grey and white.
Both looks are fabulous, and the pattern is easy. Great one for beginners! Free Pattern and Instructions — Littlemonkeyscrochet. One fun way to wear an infinity scarf which is just a little bit different is as a cowl. This is a stylish way to keep your head warm and dry on cold rainy or snowy days. This is a lovely pattern for an infinity scarf which is designed to be worn on your head. Not all infinity scarves are ideal for this, but this one will sit just right.
You can be sure if you live in a windy or cold area of the world that all your friends will envy you and want one when they see it. Free Pattern and Instructions — Thesequinturtle.
Earlier we shared an adorable pattern for an infinity scarf and matching headband, both knit. Just Triangles Entrelac Scarf: Want to change up the pattern a bit? Try out this multi-color triangle scarf. Triangles all the way! Cowl Sweater Shrug Wrap: How cute is this cowl shrug wrap that doubles as a scarf?
This pattern is actually pretty simple and it comes with a video tutorial. This ribbed lovely scarf knits up quickly and is oh so cozy. Not only will you learn everything you need to know about knitting from this e-class tutorial, but the final product is this awesome chunky wool snood! Get your texture on with this simple stitch pattern. Easy Striped Cowl Scarf:
I kept knitting until I had just enough yarn to sew the scarf together. The final dimensions were 11″ wide by about 60″ long. Of course you could make the scarf wider or skinnier by casting on more or less stitches, just be sure to keep it an odd number so you can start every row with a knit stitch and not have to worry about what row you’re on. No matter what the season, infinity scarves are one of the simplest ways to add a touch of style to your erawtoir.ga and they're also incredibly addicting to knit! Depending on the weight of yarn your infinity scarf calls for, you can make your circle scarf suitable for . Double Crochet Infinity Scarf: If you’re feeling confident in your crocheting skills, give your infinity scarf a little more texture with this simple double crochet pattern. (via Delia Creates) 6.