Kids Infinity Scarf

Stella has been wearing my infinity scarf and asked for one of her own.  My knitting fingers were getting antsy and needed a new project after knitting so many fingerless gloves (and yes Stella got a new pair of them as well)!

I had been given some yarn for Christmas and decided to use one of the new skeins for Stella’s scarf.  I seem to have a yarn fetish and made a deal with myself that I would not buy any new yarn until I had used up some of my stash – so to have some new yarn was wonderful!

Infinity Scarf (thanks to a Lion Brand pattern)

Don't you just love that she is wearing a sun dress in winter?!

Don’t you just love that she is wearing a sun dress in winter?!

Items Needed

1 skein yarn ( I used Lion Suede yarn)
Size 13 straight needles
Darning needle

You don’t have to worry too much on your gauge, but you want it be at least 11 stitched and 14 rows to equal 4 inches or more.

1. Cast on 17 stitches

K infinity scarf cast on

2. Knit 6 rows.

3. Knit 6 rows in stockinette stitch (knit 1 row, purl 1 row).

4. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the scarf measures 38″.

K infinity scarf pattern

5. Cast off loosely.

K infinity scarf cast off

6.  To finish: fold scarf, giving one end a 180 degree turn and join short ends together. Weave in all ends.

K infinity scarf sewing

Stella loves her scarf and has been wearing it almost daily!

K infinity scarf head

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2 Responses to Kids Infinity Scarf

  1. Candace says:

    Stella looks stunning in her infinity scarf and I love that she can pull it up as a hood. Nice easy pattern and the material you used if great for this kind of pattern. You go girl!!

  2. Jo says:

    She looks so darn cute….love that girl and, oh by the way, the scarf is lovely and I think it is neat that she pulled it over her head….good idea. xoxo

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