Knit this enchanting infinity scarf or cowl to wear as your favorite stylish accessory! You can wrap it twice around your neck for added warmth, or let it drape loosely in front like a scarf! With its diagonal lace stripes and leaves marching up the scarf, you will find this to be a lovely pattern to knit! The scarf is started with a provisional cast-on, then worked for the entire length, and then, joined into a ring with the Kitchener stitch! There are charts as well as written instructions for ease in working this pattern!
Finished measurements after blocking: 9 1/2—11” wide x 56” long. It will stretch out longer when wearing.
Yarn: About 460 yards of fingering weight yarn. Sample was knitted with 2 balls of Knitpicks Palette fingering weight; color—Macaw; 100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 231 yards/50 gram ball. If a longer scarf is desired you will need to purchase an additional ball.
Needles and Notions: 1 pair of straight needles size U.S. 6, and yarn needle to work K