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Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark is a knitwear designer, writer and teacher known for her feminine, eye-catching designs. She has a long list of accomplishments, including designing for yarn companies, writing books, making instructional DVDs and contributing to knitting magazines.
With a quick half-twist and an invisible graft, this scarf becomes a mathematical curiosity turned knitted accessory. This is a wonderfully fun-to-knit chunky infinity scarf pattern. Daniel Yuhas first learned to knit during a long autumn break during college. It never ceases to amaze me how string, two sticks and two simple stitches can be combined in such an astonishing number of ways.
Use a bright color to liven up the winter blahs, and super soft yarn to really make it feel wonderful to wear. Welting is simply rows of stockinette followed by rows of reverse stockinette. The technique brings the stockinette rows to the front and pushes the reverse stockinette to the back, creating the welted effect.
Knit from a super bulky yarn, you can make this scarf in a weekend! This is a great pattern for learning how to knit an infinity scarf. The lace pattern is called a Roman Stripe, which results in a pretty mesh pattern. A subtly variegated yarn really shows off the stitch pattern and the Möbius construction.
Jennifer Dassau has a law degree and enjoys combining her technical and creative passions to design knitwear. Her signature style is simple garments infused with an intriguing detail or interesting construction. Ruched sections create a three-dimensional effect between ribbed bands in the Destiny Cowl by Denise Twum.
This large, chunky pattern is fun to knit and to wear. Denise Twum is a talented knitwear designer who picked up her first pair of knitting needles while in college. Since then, she has let her creative juices flow to create many patterns. I often undo my work a number of times before I find a design I like. Depends on what you are knitting. If it is above 7 stitches, use bigger knitting needles.
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 3. According to the instructions I've seen for this stitch, any odd number of stitches will work. I don't think it will work in the round, but that doesn't stop you from creating a simple scarf and joining it after to be an infinity scarf. Not Helpful 1 Helpful 4. How many stitches do I cast on for an easy infinity scarf in the round? It depends on how long you want your scarf.
The more stitches, the longer the scarf. Cast on as many stitches as you need for the pattern you're using and the length you want the scarf to be. Generally just cast on until you reach the length you want, then give it the twist and join.
If the pattern calls for a certain number of stitches though, then you'll need to do some math. Figure out the gauge and measure how long it needs to be. For example, one pattern I've used calls for increments of 6. They recommend 46 repeats of the stitch or stitches to be cast on. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1. It's another term for the yarn's color or the color s listed on the yarn label. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0. This depends on the kind of yarn you use.
Most yarns will have an indication of how they work up on the label showing how many inches you get in two dimensions for a set number of stitches and rows. You could also make a test piece - cast on some 10 stitches and go back and forth a row or 5 or 10, however much you need to get an idea of how much surface you get with how many stitches.
Pull out and see how much yarn you used. Then calculate how much yarn you need for the length and width of the scarf you want. If working in the round, could I twist the cast on stitches before starting the second row to create an infinity scarf? You can twist the stitches if you want a mobius scarf, but that isn't what makes it an infinity scarf. What makes it an infinity scarf is when the end product is a complete circle instead of being flat. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Tips The infinity scarf is also known as a cowl, although an infinity scarf is usually longer than a neck cowl. The end look is fairly much the same, depending on scarf length. If using wool, do not wash in hot water; always use warm or cool water to clean, along with a gentle wool-certified detergent or hand soap.
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Learn how to knit infinity scarves with this great collection of free knitting patterns. You can find the perfect infinity scarf pattern for any skill level. Whether you're looking for something casual or a bit more sophisticated, you can't go wrong with this collection of the best infinity scarves. Infinity Scarf Knitting Patterns With these fabulous free and easy patterns for infinity scarves, you can go loop-the-loop crazy or keep it simple. Experiment with a huge range of textures and colorways: go bulky, super bulky or even arm knit%(K). I gathered seven of them for you in our new free eBook, Exploring the Infinity Scarf Pattern: 7 Free Designs for Knitting Infinity Scarves. Sneak-Peek at the Infinity Scarf Patterns You’ll Knit: Ribbed Infinity Scarf Pattern. The Two Ribs Infinity Scarf by Susan Pierce Lawrence is a combination of fisherman’s rib and welting. The mix of stitches makes for wonderful textural contrast in this infinity scarf knitting pattern.