When I want to knit but have no particular pattern in mind, the result is usually a new infinity scarf.
Knitting infinity scarves never gets old. There are so many patterns and stitches to try that you’re sure to keep learning new stitches and techniques. They’re great for using up yarn in your stash, too, since you can customize the length for the amount of yarn you have.
If you’re a fan of infinity scarves, today’s your lucky day! These infinity scarves from our talented Bluprint designers are all FREE and itching to get on your needles.
Knit Your First Infinity Scarf!
Photo via Bluprint member Monique Gascon
This infinity scarf is a sneaky one. Wear it as seen here, buttoned like a cowl. Unbutton it to wear it like a traditional scarf or button it up and wear it as one long loop. The stitches give the cowl plenty of texture, making it lovely no matter how you choose to wear it.
Photo via Bluprint member Chandi Agee
Designer Chandi Agee promises that this easy-to-memorize pattern will be perfect for knitting while watching TV and traveling. There are also different sizes available so that you can knit with the yarn you already have in your stash and not worry about running out. Awesome!
Photo via Bluprint member NiseyKnits
Procragratification Infinity Scarf
Like the Champagne Cowl, this scarf is perfect for knitting while watching TV because the Fisherman’s Rib is so darn easy to memorize. The chunky yarn means you’ll finish it quickly — and look super trendy when you wear it.
Photo via Bluprint member janukke
Sometimes you need an infinity scarf that’s less warm and more fashionable. That’s where this Blueprint scarf comes in. You can use any yarn weight you’d like to make the scarf, and the outcome will be different each time. Plus, it’s a skinny scarf so you won’t need a lot of yarn to complete it.
Photo via Bluprint member Kalurah Hudson
Need practice reading charts? This pattern is charted and written, so you can double-check it any time you feel lost. The pattern uses Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, which lives up to its name (quick) and comes in lots of pretty colors.
Photo via Bluprint member Jordana Paige
Aztec Infinity Scarf
Refer to the chart to begin each geometric pattern of this scarf, then let your memory take over. The scarf is worked in garter stitch, so you can completely focus on the stranded knitting.
Photo via Bluprint member TanisKnits
Urban Lace Infinity Scarf
If you have a variegated or hand-dyed yarn you want to show off, this is a great pattern for it. You’ll get some no-stress practice with lace knitting since you don’t have to worry about shaping as you work.