(365/10) Hi guys!
Have you noticed how popular infinity scarves have become recently?
I am one of those people who have fallen completely head over heals in love with them. They are on my neck all the time. Almost.
Actually, my love for infinity scarves has grown so big that I used some free time during the Holidays and made my own one. And you know what? It’s really simple.
This is what I did: I cast on 60 stitches and following a simple ribbing pattern (knit 1, purl 1) I created a scarf that was about 70 inches (180 cm) long.
I used this yarn. It was a last year’s Christmas present from my Mom and I finally found the right project for it.
The yarn looks really interesting, like a chain of crocheted stitches, actually. It was a pleasure to work with. Thank you, Mom!!
I then bound off all stitches, lined up the cast-on edge with the cast-off edge and sewed the ends together.
The scarf is now a complete circle and ready to wear.
So, so simple, indeed.
I think I might make a crocheted version too. Soon. Yay!!
Lots of love,
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