The Midtown Infinity Scarf

from Aunt Janet's Designs

The Midtown Infinity Scarf Pattern

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Knitting: The Midtown Infinity Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Knitting Skills

Pattern Description:

Designed by myself, this colorful cowl is part of a series of cowls I'm doing inspired by New York, my home state. They are designed to be comfortable, fun to knit, and perfect to wear with a stylish wool coat or a denim jacket.

The Midtown Infinity Scarf was named such because it is extremely versatile and goes from uptown to downtown very easily! Depending on how you wear it, and what you wear it WITH, this scarf (or shawl!) converts from casual to dressy. Is it cold and windy? Lift it up over your head for an instantly hood!

Featuring drop stitches that create a stylish open-weave pattern with lots of stretch!

Suggested yarns: Anything worsted weight.

Needle size: 9 (5.5mm)

YES you may sell items made from this pattern.

Gauge:

approximately 19 sts + 16 rows per 4 inches. (garter stitch)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18 x 48 inches

Materials:

  • Size 9 (5.5mm) Knitting Needles
  • Yarn needle
  • Worsted Weight Yarn

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Vanna's Choice - 2.5 skeins

Colorway:

Linen

About Designer

About Designer

AuntJanet on craftsy.com

I adore knitting and crocheting. I don't understand how people can sit and watch a movie and NOT be knitting or crocheting! Such wasted opportunity. =)

My mother taught me how to do both right about the time I started Kindergarten. And here I am 40 years later, designing my own patterns. Although I still do buy quite a few from fellow designers!

In my spare time I enjoy (duh!) knitting and ...

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