I have 5 little sisters. FIVE. True story. They all adore and revere me, by the way. ;)
One of these sisters is really into wearing scarves. But her collection was lacking a knitted infinity scarf. And being the fabulous, generous, loving, practically perfect sister that I am, I made her one! I chose a fairly basic and easy to memorize pattern because I needed to get it made in time for Christmas. The stitch is a little bit more interesting than a classic garter stitch, but just as simple and gives the scarf a nice texture!
- Everyday Soft Worsted Solids in Cream (I am obsessed with this yarn right now!)
- Size 8 needles
- You are welcome to make and sell products from this pattern but please link back to this post. Please do not copy this pattern and claim it as your own. Please do not republish any of my photos as your own.
Row 1: K2, *yo, k2tog, k2* repeat from * to *
Repeat row one until piece measures 60 inches, or desired length. Then bind off, and seam up the two edges.
When I finished it and put it on to see if it turned out alright...oh be still my beating heart! It was so pretty that I almost decided I would just keep it! The yarn I used was so soft and the coloring was just gorgeous! I wore it around a few times before I could bring myself to wrap it up for Christmas. I loved how it went with everything!