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Fabulous Infinity Scarf Pattern

By: Rin from
Updated September 06, 2017
Fabulous Infinity Scarf Pattern
Fabulous Infinity Scarf Pattern
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For a gorgeous knitted scarf pattern that will look simply regal on whoever wears it, look no further than this Fabulous Infinity Scarf Pattern. Infinity scarves are all the rage for a reason, and this free knitting pattern is no exception to that trend. Whether you’re looking for a craft that will get you ready for the chillier weather, or want to come up with the perfect DIY gift, this easy knitting pattern is the answer. You’ll enjoy following this great knitting pattern, and you won’t be disappointed with the results.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeWidth is 10 inches/25 cm

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The pattern is quite vague, it's 4 lines long and that includes the materials list, which takes two of the lines. Presumably, it's joined in the round and garter stitch for 10". I suppose the way it's written you could knit flat and sew the ends together too. I'm going to try it both ways and see what I like better.


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