Easy Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Charm your way to the top with a flamboyant and snuggly infinity scarf. We’ve prepared an Easy infinity scarf knitting pattern that we are sure you will love.

The pattern can be found on the Lion Brand Yarn website. This means that the price you see when you first land on a pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. It is the price of the recommended yarn which you can buy through their website.

You will find the button for the downloadable FREE pattern under the [Add All to Cart] button.

Illusionist Infinity Scarf – A Glamorous and Super Cozy Infinity Scarf

This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 3 - Easy Level KnittersText area which says "Free Knitting Pattern : Illusionist Infinity Scarf – A Glamorous and Super Cozy Infinity Scarf, learnknittingonline.com" followed by a woman wearing a beige and navy blue knitted infinity scarf

Designed by Alexandra Tavel, this exuberant knitted piece is the ideal accessory if you want to make heads turn or mesmerize a crowd. It is knitted in the round, perfect for confident beginners who like a bit of challenge and try out a knit in the round accessory.

The scarf comes in a single size and when finished, measures 68 inches in circumference and 12 inches in width. If you prefer using metric units, the circumference and width are 173 cm and 30.5 cm respectively.

Using Lion Brand’s Hue + Me Yarn, the scarf is knitted using US13 circular knitting needles. That is 9 mm needles, if you are using the metric system.

Furthermore, this knitting pattern will require you to knit two stitches together. Abbreviated as k2tog, this technique is used to reduce your number of working stitches.

If you want to learn more about k2tog, why not check out our detailed, step-by-step tutorial on the subject here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

You also need to be able to slip stitches. To slip a stitch means to pass a stitch from one needle to another without working it. If you are not yet familiar with slipping stitches, we have a fully illustrated tutorial on this technique here: Slipping Stitches Knitwise or Purlwise.

You can get the FREE downloadable knitting pattern for this fab item here: Illusionist Infinity Scarf

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Lion Brand’s Hue + Me Yarn.

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