An infinity scarf is a popular accessory to jazz up winters. Proficient and beginner knitters can work it up pretty quickly with repetitive stitches. The simpler patterns can be made within an hour or so. There cannot be a best length of the scarf as you can construct it according to your preferences. However, most of them are about 60” long.
This pattern needs a basic knowledge of knitting, that is, casting on and off stitches and a few simple stitches. Sport a cool look this winter by wearing this chunky knitted infinity scarf.
This easy pattern doesn’t clutter your mind with the need to count stitches or read complex charts. It has a rib pattern and is long and thick. Show your uber-fashionista side by wrapping this around your neck.
This pattern is great for beginners who want to knit with flair and style. The stress-free knitting pattern can also be done in between bigger projects.
You need circular needles, stitch marker, yarn needle, and skeins of yarn for this one. It would be great to flaunt this one during get-togethers and parties.
You would need large needles for this one. You have a guide to the abbreviations used in the pattern at the very beginning. Keep a note of the scarf measurements.
This easy pattern allows you to multitask while you are at it. You can have it in black, yellow, cream, orange or maroon.
This white scarf has a tinge of gold that makes it interesting. The supplies include size 13 knitting needles, 2 skeins of bulky yarn, scissors and tapestry needle.
This simple pattern casts on 200 stitches at the beginning and goes on to knit 1 purl 1 for the entire row. Repeat the pattern until you get the desired length. You are guided on how to end the scarf in simple words.
This elegant scarf looks and feels great. You can do the big scarf in dark green, beige, purple, mustard yellow and red colored yarn apart from blue as shown in the image.
The neon stripes look cool on this scarf. You need to switch colors in the appropriate places. This thin scarf is ideal for spring and summer. Black and white stripes would also look good on this.
This beautiful pattern features edge cables and a braided cable right at the center. You need to knit it flat and then seam it. Play with colors such as gray, pink, burgundy, tan and brown.
You require Bernat satin yarn and 36” circular needles of US size 9. This simple pattern only needs you to first cast on 260 stitches followed by knit 2 and purl 2 for each round. You have to keep knitting in the round for 35 rounds.
It is really simple to make this. Just knit the scarf and seam the ends together. The stockinet stitch scarf has a 1” ribbing at the sides. The size of the needles is US #17. The first row in knit 1, purl 1 (3 times), knit 10 and again knit1, purl 1 (3times). The 2nd row is the same with 1 difference. Instead of the knit 10 you have to purl 10. Repeat the 2 rows until your scarf is about 60 inches long.
This one is for the man of your life. Just click on the “Men’s Cowl Infinity Scarf” link in the above-linked post. It is super fast to knit it and can be a great last minute gift.
You would need a large blunt-eyed needle for sewing the scarf ends together. You can add large decorative buttons for an elegant look. Super bulky yarn lends a voluminous look and makes it thick, ideal for winters.
This pretty braided pattern, though large, is easy to adjust around your neck. The pattern resembles challah. It has a lot of volume and is simple to carry.
You can do it in 2-3 colors according to your choice. Knitting can be a great pastime and relaxing therapy during the winter months and if you can churn up something useful, it adds to the fun.
This needs only 1 skein of yarn and is super chunky. It can be made fast and is warm and attractive. It can wonderfully accessorize any fall or winter outfit.
The brioche stitch is the main ingredient of this elegant infinity scarf. You can graft or seam the ends together. The dimension of the finished scarf is 9”X5’’. Besides red, you can use ivory, olive green, gold and other bright colors of yarn.
Making your own knitted infinity scarves would be quite fulfilling. You can make one for your child on his birthday and pleasantly surprise him. Some of the step-by-steps come with video tutorials too for your convenience. Most of them can be done with regular needles. Instead of store bought yarn, try out homespun yarn for a change.
Published on April 2nd 2018 by Peyton Derrida