Rainbow infinity scarf

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Rainbow infinity scarf Pattern


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Rainbow infinity scarf Rainbow infinity scarf

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • do stranded knitting with at most two colors in one round
  • knit in the round
  • to weave in yarn tails during knitting

Pattern Description:

I love this little chart. Already used it for the Bubbles beanie. Now there is a matching cowl, too.
One of these more voluminous infinity scarf ones. In Germany you call them loops but in English speaking countries cowls. I had liked to make one for quite some time.

It(tm)s completely knitted in the round on a 40 cm circular 3.00 mm needle and grafted together at the end.
So it(tm)s also a nice beginner project.

I chose rainbow colors and used a lot of 4-ply sock yarn leftovers and needed about 200 g for the complete cowl.
You can also use Acrylic or Merino yarn of similar weight.
Gauge is not important. If you choose

The color sequence is also described in the pattern.
It will also look great in other color sequences.
Just choose your favorite colors or use up all your yarn leftovers, as you do not need much for one bubble row.

The pattern has two colors at most in one round. So it(tm)s easier to knit than you think!

It will cheer up any dull day!
Enjoy and happy knitting!


is not important. But mine was:
8 stitches and 9 rows = 1 x 1 inch in stranded knitting

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • measuring flat: height: 6.5 inches = 17 cm width: 50 Inches = 128 cm


  • 200 g of 4-ply sock yarn leftovers of different colors or similar Acrylic yarn or Merino yarn
  • 40 cm circular needle 3.0 mm

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle to graft the scarf together

Suggested yarn:

230 yards of Fingering weight


All yarn leftover colors can be used

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm a hobby pattern creator and love knitting and creating Fair Isle patterns.
I wish you as much fun knitting and wearing them as I have designing them!

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