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Hexagon Infinity Scarf Pattern
I love that cheery color! Will be subscribing for more of your fabulous ideas. So glad I stumbled upon your site while on Pinterest! It is great for TV watching and passenger in the car. I wanted to know if you could tell me how to stitch the two ends together with a tapestry needle after I cast off.
Please help me haha! I basically lay the 2 ends together side by side in my lap and match up the ends. They I use a blunt tapestry needle and with a piece of the yarn, I just whip stitch the 2 together. You could also look at some YouTube videos on joining ends of a scarf together to form and infinity. Christy recently posted… No Sew Monogram Pillows.
Thank you for such a beautiful and easy pattern! This is exactly what I needed. Im so happy to hear that! Hope you friend loves it! Anyone know how to make this with crochet? I like the textured pattern. Christy recently posted… Christmas Porch. Love this simple pattern!! Using large needles of course I have size I think that would work out just fine. I hope it turned out great for you!! Christy recently posted… Christmas Trees and Memories.
I love this pattern! Thank you for sharing it. It is my first project and has been quick enough to keep my ADHD brain from wandering away to another project. I have made a couple of mistakes in the pattern but I left them in. I doubt anyone other than me will ever notice. The pattern and it being an infinity are forgiving. I bet your next one will be even better! I hope that makes sense lol. Definitively makes it go by faster.
I would go with 19 needle and 6 yarn for sure. Just keep checking the length to get it to work for your height. No fancy words here!!! Are you using smaller needles and thinner yarn? It would make it stiffer, not as soft.
What size yarn and needles are you using? I just finished making a few that used a 6 yarn size…super bulky. I went up to a US19 needle and decreased my stitches to I hope this helps. I am a very new knitter and this is my first time working with something other than worsted weight yarn. I just finished the first 16 rows and want to make sure I am doing it right. After completing the first set of stockinette, I believe , it looks like there is a right side and a wrong side.
I swear I purled a row, then knit a row, and repeated for a total of six rows. I was just surprised to see that at this point, the one side looks like there are just 2 distinct sections. I appreciate your help with such an elementary question. I love this pattern and want to make sure I do it right. No need to even approve my previous comment — I realized the error in my ways! I have over a foot knitted in no time! So glad you figured it out! It is a fun pattern. That makes it even faster!
I need to add this variation to the post. Knitting one now in Lion Brand Hometown…very soft! Let me know if you need more help! I happened to already have size 15 needles so I went to Walmart and found Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn on a gorgeous charcoal color color amd am working on it.
I am so excited to wear it! My daughter has me making them for her friends…on the last one…whew! I tried a little something different with these since I had so many to do and wanted to finish quicker. If using a thicker yarn like a 5 or 6 weight. Move up to a size 19 needle, cast on 15 stitches and follow the pattern for 63 inches.
Has helped me complete 7 recently! Nice job I love to knit as well been home for 2 years and all I have been doing is knitting scarves, afghans baby blankets you name it I have knit it, any good patterns out there to share.
You sound like me! Have you tried http: They are paid patterns, but well worth it! Can you do this on circular needles? I would like to do this so you do not have a seam. Get back to me. Just getting caught up on comments! I am sure you can do it on circulars, but have no clue how to write the pattern for it. Then the second loop covers it! I am knitting this scarf and at some point I did something weird and ended up with too many stitches so I ripped back to where it was correct.
However, when I started again I apparently did the wrong stitch because my right side is now my wrong side. When I rip it out again how do I know which stitch to start with so it is correct?
Love the pattern and it was going so quick! I have a group of ladies that I want to make scarves for asap and your pattern looks perfect.
Does that make sense? Again sorry I am just getting to your comment! Thank you for a very basic pattern. So many out there are too complicated for me. But this I know I can do! Here is a link to the yarn. It would probably save me some trial and error though. I am making one right now with Lion Brand Thick and Quick. I moved up to a US17 needle and started with 15 cast on stitches. Look down in the comments from Ursula. She has been knitting them like crazy. She mentioned other yarns as well.
I hope this helps! I am no expert…. Let me know if I can help further. This pattern looks so lovely!
What stitch did you do for the first 10 rows? The first 10 rows you just knit each row. Then you switch to the Stockinette stitch starting with the purl row.
It would be a total of 6 rows for that part…. If you are just learning…. You can still stitch up in the end to make the infinity scarf. I taught a friend and that was her first project. Get that knit stitch perfected first before learning the purls. Just wanted to let you know that I am getting a lot of wonderful compliments on your infinity scarf pattern. I recently tried the pattern with bit of a lighter weight yarn category 5 -Lion Brand Jiffy. I cast on the same amount of stitches 19 and used size 11 needles.
I made it 60 inches long for it to wrap twice. This made a less bulkier scarf that I wore all day indoors on top of my turtleneck. The scarf I made first with your original pattern I use for outdoors on top of my winter jacket. Free Pattern and Instructions — Youtube. Love infinity scarves but not crazy about knitting or the knit look?
You might prefer this cute and easy infinity scarf by Jamielyn. You can make one of these scarves in just 20 minutes with her simple, clear instructions. This is a less chunky look, and you can go with just about any fabric or color you can imagine.
Hers has adorable little ruffles on it, and would look phenomenon with just about any outfit. Free Pattern and Instructions — Iheartnaptime. Since Naturally Caron was discontinued by the company, the pattern is now offered on hooked-on-crafting. This is another beginner-level project which combines several simple stitches for a surprisingly sophisticated and elaborate looking pattern.
A beautiful and popular pattern! Free Pattern and Instructions — Hooked-on-crafting. We love this design for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it is simple and would look great with literally anything. Secondly, it looks so warm and cozy! Sometimes you just want to snuggle up to a good book by the fireplace on a cold winter day and stay warm. 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. Bind off the stitches. Line up the cast-on edge with the cast-off edge and sew the ends together, turning the ends inward as you stitch.
Some people recommend twisting one end before sewing together, to create the infinity twist. It's up to you, as in putting the scarf on, you'll be twisting it anyway. Use a very long circular needle. If you use a small one, you'll only knit enough to make a cowl, which is a short infinity scarf but you won't be able to wrap it again and again. Choose the stitch and pattern of your preference. Knit stitch works well for beginners——knit even rows, purl odd rows.
You can vary the number of rows as you go. Choose the scarf length. You'll need to gauge the final length from the stitch used by making a sample piece of about 15 stitches and measuring its gauge.
Using your calculation from the previous step, cast the number of stitches needed for the required length. Then connect the beginning and end of the row and start knitting in circles. Continue knitting until it reaches the height you'd like. Then cast off and the infinity scarf is complete. Cast on sts on 3 2 or 3 US needles Join; do not twist the sts. Change to the 3mm 2 or 3 US needles.
Knit the pattern as follows: These 8 rounds form the pattern. Repeat 13 times more, making a total of 14 patterns. Change back to the 2. Darn the ends in neatly. The cowl is completed!
Try it on for size. An infinity scarf can be made from many existing scarf patterns, provided the length is long and the style stays rectangular. It should also be of a decent width. Experiment to see what will allow the final scarf to hang nicely.
Stitch the ends together when done, to create a loop.
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