Saturna Infinity Scarf

from Elizabeth Elliott

Saturna Infinity Scarf Pattern


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Knitting: Saturna Infinity Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, work in the round

Pattern Description:

Looking for a quick, cozy knit for yourself or a last-minute gift? The Saturna infinity scarf fits the bill nicely. Saturna is made in a plied, lofty, Aran weight wool for softness, stitch definition, and squishable warmth. This scarf is worked in the round with rolled edges, giving it a polished look with minimal finishing; instructions for an I-cord cast on and bind off are also included. (Sample shown has a rolled edge.) Saturna's stitch pattern is easy to read and memorize, perfect for knitting on the go. Pattern includes both charted and written instructions.


14 sts & 22 rows = 4" in pattern stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 59"/150cm around, 7.75"/20cm wide, length and width adjustable


  • 340 yds/311m Aran weight yarn in MC
  • 170 yds/156m Aran weight yarn in CC
  • US 10/6.0mm needle, 40"/100cm long
  • If you are doing an I-cord edge: US 10.75/7.0mm needle, 40"/100cm long

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle for darning in ends
  • stitch marker

Suggested yarn:

500 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Quince & Co. Osprey


MC: Kittywake, CC: Frank's Plum

About Designer

About Designer

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Elizabeth Elliott
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Birmingham, AL, United States
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Elizabeth comes from a long line of fibre-obsessed women. She has recently taken up spinning, which fascinates her husband and confuses her cat.

A transplant from the wilds of Canada's west coast, Elizabeth is adjusting to life in the Dirty South with the help of her very Southern husband. She writes about her adventures in fibre at

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