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This is a beautiful infinity scarf that is worked in a lacy openwork stitch. It can be pulled up over the head or down over the shoulders. Very versatile! Can also be worn as a head wrap that will look beautiful! This infinity scarf is very stretchy both horizontally and vertically. It can be doubled for a snug fitting cowl or stretched over the head for a wrap or even down over the shoulders.
This easy pattern gives beautiful results!
Finished dimensions: approximately 19-21 inches from cast on edge to bind off but stretchy. Approx 18 inches long but stretchy.
PROJECT NOTES: CAST ON LOOSELY!
Suggested yarns: Lion Brand Martha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool Blend (Aran Weight), Malabrigo Yarn Silky Merino, Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage
Using a thinner yarn or less stretchy yarn will alter the length of the loop and you might need to cast on more stitches in an even number to get to the length you want. I suggest using a nice springy, stretchy wool blend.
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Gauge isn't really crucial because of the open work and stretch of the stitch. If you are concerned about being too tight you can always add stitches in even increments to be sure.
330 yards of Worsted weight
I'm a lover of yarn. I knit almost every day. I sell my hand knits at IndustrialWhimsy.net and my patterns as well. I strive to keep my designs simple, functional and beautiful.
I also love to hand dye yarn, hand spin and crochet a bit. I enjoy it all very much and I'm so glad my aunt bought me a Learn to Knit DVD from Target in 2005. I've been happily knitting ever since! :)