8 Infinity Scarves You’ll Love Times Infinity

Posted by on Mar 7, 2013 in Knitting | Comments


Scarves are an obsession for a lot of lovers of knitting out there, and infinity scarves are the hottest trend in neckwear. Knit either in the round, or flat and seamed, these versatile scarves can be worn hanging, doubled as a cowl, used as a scarf and hood, the possibilities are endless…or infinite! Here we show you some infinity scarf patterns by members on Craftsy that will have you itching to grab your needles!

Infinity Cowl, Knitting Pattern on Craftsy.com

Infinity Cowl

Want to try your hand at knitting an infinity scarf or cowl, but don’t want to start with an intricate pattern? Then the Infinity Cowl is perfect for you! As a very beginner pattern (and it’s FREE from Love Is All You Knit) its done in bulky yarn making it super quick. Knit, purl, seam and you are done- with a beautiful scarf to show for your hard work!

Get the FREE Infinity Cowl pattern.

Challah Infinity Scarf, Pattern on www.craftsy.com

Challah Infinity Scarf

While the Challah Infinity Scarf from Pam Powers Knits may look challenging, the pattern only calls for knits and purls, so beginner knitters shouldn’t be afraid to give this a whirl. It’s knit in three separate strips, then combined to create such a lovely effect.

Get the Challah Infinity Scarf pattern.

Mocca Cabled Infinity Scarf with Green Flower

Mocca Cabled Infinity Scarf and Flower

The Mocca Cabled Infinity Scarf and Flower by Fai combines knitting and crochet for a stunning end result.

Get the Mocca Infitity Scarf and Flower pattern.

Lacy Arches Infinity Scarf, Knitting Pattern

 Lacey Arches Infinity Scarf

One of our favorite patterns is the Lacey Arches Infinity Scarf pattern by member asheepsyarn. Its intricate looking lace and large pattern repeat makes for a perfect knit in tweed or variegated yarn. Knit in the round with worsted weight needles, this scarf pattern was inspired by the knitter’s daughter who wanted a green, long infinity scarf. Mission accomplished!

Get the Lacey Arches Infinity Scarf pattern.

Lucky No 7 Infinity Scarf - Pattern on Craftsy.com

Lucky No. 7 Scarf

What do you get when you combine two of the hottest trends in knitting? Chevrons and infinity scarves? You get the Lucky No 7 Scarf by  SweaterFreak and it is gorgeous. The pattern uses basic knitting techniques, knitting in the round, increases, decreases and also uses the kitchener grafting technique to complete the pattern. It’s bold, it’s on trend and it’s likely your next knitting project!

Get the Lucky No.7 Scarf pattern.

 

Poppy Infinity Scarf

Pepperberry Knits has another great bulky yarn scarf pattern. The Poppy Infinity Scarf can be made as a scarf or cowl. This chunky cable knit is fast on large needles and will be done in a flash. It’s fun. It’s flirty. It’s fantastic!

Get the Poppy Infinity Scarf pattern.

Lacy Infinity Scarf

Lacy Infinity Scarf Pattern

The Lacy Infinity Scarf Pattern by Industrial Whimsy is a great lacey openwork scarf that takes less than 400 yards of worsted weight yarn. This scarf is knit in the round using the cable cast-on and basic knitting stitches. Perfect for the beginner who wants to try something that looks much harder than it is, or great for an experienced knitter who wants a quick knit. Either way, you’ll look stunning in this wonderful scarf.

Get the Lacy Infinity Scarf pattern.

Quilted Lattice Ascot

The Quilted Lattice Ascot by Pam Powers Knits is quick knit that’s perfect for beginners. Embellish the scarf to your liking with decorative buttons.

Get the Quilted Lattice Ascot pattern.

Master circular knitting skills while learning how to make a lovely lace cowl, a headband, a hat with colorwork, and fingerless knit gloves in the Craftsy class Knit Lab: In the Round, taught by Stefanie Japel.

New to Craftsy? Explore our online learning platform with one of our great FREE knitting mini-classes.

So there you have it: infinity scarf patterns that will keep you infinitely warm and stylish! Which will you knit first?

Comments

  1. Ruth Taliaferro says:

    Beautiful Cowls!!

  2. KATHLEEN ZINK says:

    ENJOY MAKING SCARFS AND NECK WARMERS. THEY NEED TO BE BRIGHT IN COLOR THEN SOME DARK RICH COLORS MIXED.

    THANK Y FOR OUR TIME

  3. lizzy says:

    I love this trend I made two myself with my nifty knitters I made a grey infinity and a bluch pink infinity they are so great for layering and are so easy to pair and layer with they are also easy to just add to an outfit you did last minuet great blog post!

  4. Ann11 says:

    Although I thought your knitted Cowls were lovely, please don’t forget your Crochet fans.

    We know you have Crochet patterns, too; but for some reason they only surface after we’ve purchased a Crochet class.

    I know I haven’t done a quantitative count, but it appears that Quilters & Sewers have the majority of classes; which is odd considering how popular Crochet is. How about a Crochet Lace class? Or a How to Crochet Socks class? Crochet Jewelry?

    Kind Regards & Thank you!

    1. Support says:

      Hi corvi44,

      Thanks for your great suggestions! We certainly do try to bring out as many new classes as possible and intend to release much more throughout the year. I will certainly pass your suggestion for Crochet Lace, socks and jewelry classes to our production team! Thanks again for your Craftsy support!

  5. margaret says:

    how do I download the free patterns i can not get them

  6. Fantastic and colorful Cowls!

  7. Kathy says:

    Really really like both the Pepperberry and Industrial Whimsy styles, looks like it is time to buy some more yarn!!

  8. Ester says:

    Thank you for the feature! Infinity scarves are my favorite! :)