Notify me of new posts by email. Reply Bunny October 10, at I am a beginner knitter and after only a few mistakes corrected i was able to finish this in the colour wheat, it look gorgeous. Free Pattern and Instructions — Garnstudio Isis infinity scarf While most of our infinity scarf patterns are designed for keeping warm on a cold day, we did discover a few lighter patterns that are great for year-round wear. Just wondering if you used two strands.
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This is the perfect infinity scarf for that! Free Pattern and Instructions — Garnstudio. With her YouTube tutorial, you can quickly put your own together and start jazzing up your favorite outfits. We love the nice neutral color she chose with this simple, minimalist design; this scarf could literally match anything!
The buttons are very clever—you can wear this as an infinity scarf or not, which makes it even more flexible than most infinity designs. The wide bands of cloth give it a different look and feel, and make it a warmer choice for cold winter days. American Apparel sells some cute unisex infinity scarves that anyone would love … except the price tag.
Crafter Ilene decided she wanted one of these without the ridiculous price, so she came up with her own design. Personally, we think these are even more adorable than the original designs by American Apparel!
Free Pattern and Instructions — Comeonilene. Free Pattern and Instructions — Gimmesomeoven. This is a very cool way to dye a solid-colored infinity scarf so that you have a beautiful gradient of color.
The scarf in the photograph is dyed orange and white, but you could use any colors you wanted. To make this pattern you have to dip the scarf—kind of like that dip dyed hair look that is so trendy these days. Combine these two looks for an awesome effect! Free Pattern and Instructions — Ilovetocreate. Do you love the crocheted look? And as the designer pointed out, these also make great gifts. Everybody loves a handmade scarf! Free Pattern and Instructions — Persialou. Similar to the first design we showcased, this one is a really chunky knit pattern.
The pattern is simple, but the overall effect is very striking. This one is an attention-grabber for sure. And it looks so warm and cozy that just looking at it, you want to bundle up inside! Perfect for wearing indoors or outdoors, this scarf will keep you warm and stylish even on the harshest winter days.
Free Pattern and Instructions — 1dogwoof. The ends of the scarf are sewn together, but the buttons add a nice ornamental flair. This chunky knit look is otherwise pretty similar to the one above. Wonderful for fall or winter! Free Pattern and Instructions — Flamingotoes. This is an easy pattern to make, and we love how the scarf looks both warm and delicate. This is another one that would make an excellent gift set for somebody special over the winter holidays.
Free Pattern and Instructions — Oursouthernhomesc. The pattern has an almost scalloped look to it, and has a kind of calm elegance. You could do that with any of the infinity scarves here for a slightly different look.
Free Pattern and Instructions — Thebattersboxblog. This scarf is another that is pretty simple in design and definitely puts warmth and comfort first and foremost. Free Pattern and Instructions — Deliacreates.
We just adore the colors on this one too—the shifting hues help to bring out the pattern in all of its lacey intricacy. A beautiful, elegant design with an entirely different look and feel. This knitting pattern may be a better match for your wardrobe if the other styles seem a little too casual or blocky for your tastes.
She has a long list of accomplishments, including designing for yarn companies, writing books, making instructional DVDs and contributing to knitting magazines. With a quick half-twist and an invisible graft, this scarf becomes a mathematical curiosity turned knitted accessory.
This is a wonderfully fun-to-knit chunky infinity scarf pattern. Daniel Yuhas first learned to knit during a long autumn break during college. It never ceases to amaze me how string, two sticks and two simple stitches can be combined in such an astonishing number of ways.
Use a bright color to liven up the winter blahs, and super soft yarn to really make it feel wonderful to wear. Welting is simply rows of stockinette followed by rows of reverse stockinette. The technique brings the stockinette rows to the front and pushes the reverse stockinette to the back, creating the welted effect. Knit from a super bulky yarn, you can make this scarf in a weekend!
This is a great pattern for learning how to knit an infinity scarf. The lace pattern is called a Roman Stripe, which results in a pretty mesh pattern. A subtly variegated yarn really shows off the stitch pattern and the Möbius construction. Jennifer Dassau has a law degree and enjoys combining her technical and creative passions to design knitwear.
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