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Lacey Arches Infinity Scarf

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The inspiration for this infinity scarf came from my youngest daughter. Seems infinity scarves are all the rage this season and she had asked me to make her one. She had very specific requirements. She wanted it green. She wanted it long. She wanted it lacy. It also had to be machine washable with very little care required after that. Off I went searching for the perfect lace pattern and yarn to use. I found both. This wonderful lace pattern is relatively easy to knit. Only a few stitches are used. The lace pattern itself consists of a 10-stitch/ 8 row repeat and is fairly easy to remember. It's a relatively quick knit with larger needles and yarn. The lace pattern will stand on its own so you can use a yarn that requires relatively little blocking and not worry about the lace pattern being lost. Absolutely perfect for gift-giving...or even making a few for yourself to go with various outfits. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on, knit, purl, yarn over, decrease, bind off, read a chart GAUGE Gauge: (in pattern) 3 sts/inch 5 rows/inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 12" wide, 48" in diameter SUGGESTED YARN 300 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Any worsted weight yarn will work. The scarf pictured was done using Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted Knitting Worsted Weight. COLORWAY Any colorway you prefer. The scarf pictured was knit in a speckled green colorway.

Supplies Needed

  • 24" size 10.5 circular needles, 300 yds. of a worsted weight yarn

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MadeForEwe
I enjoy spinning, knitting, and quilting. I have a small spinner's flock consisting of 11 Shetland sheep, 3 Suri alpacas, 3 Huacaya alpacas, and 2 llamas who watch over them all. Finding patterns for using with handspun yarns hasn't always been easy. Since I primarily use my own handspun yarns (there are exceptions...like gift giving) I started dabbling with designing my own quite some time ago. I've received so many very nice comments about my original designs that I thought I would make them available for everyone. I try to write each pattern so that it can be used whether you use a handspun yarn or commercially purchased yarn. I also try to write each pattern so they are fun to knit...not frustrating. It is my sincere hope that everyone who uses one of my patterns enjoys knitting it as much I enjoy creating it. As for copyright...only the written instructions, photos, diagrams, charts are copyrighted. What you do with the finished item is strictly up to you. After all, you made it. =) So you can love it, sell it, give it away, or whatever else you would like to do with it. Happy Knitting!!