Friday, April 29, 2011

Free Infinity Scarf Pattern featuring Plymouth DeAire Yarn!

Infinity Scarf Pattern
This fun to knit infinity scarf is a super quick knit using Plymouth DeAire yarn. You can knit it using two colors as shown in photo, or one solid color.
Completed Scarf Measures: 8 x 66"
You will need:
Reversible Scallop Lace Pattern Stitch
Row 1 (RS): K3, *yo, K2, K3tog, K2, yo, K1.* Repeat from * to * across row, end K2.
Row 2: K3, P15, K3.

Using US 17 needles, cast on 21 sts and work in pattern stitch for 33" with the first color. Attach the second color and work for an additional 33" (if using one color work in pattern stitch for a total of 66"). Bind off loosely. 
Join cast on end to bind off end by twisting one end 360 degrees before joining with the mattress stitch. Weave in yarn ends.
To wear scarf, take circle created after joining ends, twist in half and put over head around neck.
by Nancy Queen

18 comments:

  1. Thinking I should buy myself some yarn for Mother's Day!

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  2. This is great!

    Sincerely,
    scarf tying expert

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  3. Anonymous12/29/2011

    how is this reversible?

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  4. Anonymous10/17/2012

    Anyone no where to get Plymouth DeAire yarn

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    1. Yes, Plymouth DeAire Yarn is available here: http://www.nobleknits.com/plymouth-deaire-yarn/

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  5. This is just the perfect pattern I was looking for as a gift. Thank you for sharing!

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  6. I can't get this pattern to work. I start with 21 stitches and when I go to Row 2 I end up with 20 stitches. What am I missing?

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    1. see my explanation below - works out great!

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    2. Lynda did you get this pattern figured out? I am having the problem as you. If you got it can you please help me. Its driving me crazy.

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  7. I can't get the stitches to work out on the first row. There aren't enough stitches for two repeats. Please advise or correct.

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  8. Also, I would like to use a different yarn that would work with the pattern. Could you provide the # --such as # 5 bulky and how many yards.

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  9. Anonymous3/29/2013

    Why has no one replied to Ms. Hill's questions? She is right. I have had the same problem. Can you help to correct?

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  10. I just made this pattern and it is correct. If you count the stitches you will see it is 21. Here is the row in total:
    K3, yo, K2, K3tog, K2 yo, K1, yo, K2, K3tog, K2, yo, K1, K2 = 21 stitches. Hope this helps. It knits up fast and looks great! Cheers, Carole

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    1. Anonymous11/17/2013

      Considering a yarn over uses a stitch (the way I do it) this pattern is short 4 stitches. Or should the pattern say to slip one instead of yarn over? Either way, I cast on 25 and it worked perfect for me.

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    2. Anonymous5/24/2014

      Thank you Anon, Thank you, I almost decided I'd had it with knitting but your suggestion saved the day and now I'm successfully half way through my new project. In addition to casting on 25 which happened to stay 25 after the first row. Just in case anyone needs to know on the 2nd row k3, p19, k3.

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  11. I am having the same problem. Is YO considered a stich or just YO before the next stich that is called for.
    For example Carole said k3 yo k2. so all together would that be 5 stiches or 6? I am doing it as its own stich, I keep getting 20 stiches at the end.

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  12. I just started knitting this, and I'm almost finished with one hank! This is exactly what I was looking for, an easy pattern that LOOKS sophisticated and complicated. Just a tip, use the breakdown that Carole Hunter gave. It is perfect.

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  13. Thanks for sharing this pattern. Knitting infinity scarf is so much fun, besides from knitting scarf is the best thing you can do whenever you have free time, knitting scarf is also the best, since you can make your own infinity scarf.

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