Charly Infinity Scarf
Infinity scarves have been all the rage here in NYC. The construction is ridiculously simple, you just make a scarf and seam the ends together!
This winter, I have been making all kinds of infinity scarves and the simpler the pattern, the better the look.
When I posted a picture of my brother's girlfriend wearing an infinity scarf, a knitter named 'Rikkelondon' asked me if I could share the pattern.
Sure I can. Have your two balls of Rowan Big Wool ready, Rikkelondon!
This infinity scarf is named after my brother's girlfriend: Charly.
This is a simple stockinet stitch scarf with 1x1 ribbing at the sides.
Needles: Straight US #17
Yarn: 2 balls of Rowan Big Wool
Cast on 22 stitches
Row 1: (k1, p1) 3 times, knit 10, (k1, p1) 3 times
Row 2: (k1, p1) 3 times, purl 10, (k1, p1) 3 times
Repeat row 1 and 2 until you run out of yarn. Your scarf should be about 60 inches long. Seam ends together.
How easy is this???
My to go to winter scarf
I have made this scarf many times and I have worn this type of scarf all winter long. Such a mindless, relaxing and easy project.
Big needles, big yarn...yay, instant gratifcation!
You can wear it hoodie style:
You can wrap it twice around to have a more snug big scarf:
Or wrap it just once around to have a more open and relaxed look, like Charly is wearing it:
My philisophy in knitting is: Keep it simple and stylish.
Have fun knitting your Charly Infinity Scarf!
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