Bex's Infinite Weather Infinity Scarf
Create a beautiful record of the daily high temperatures of the coming year while supporting a great cause.
Any and all proceeds from the sale of this pattern will be donated to the
The StarGuild raises money to support the Uncompensated Care Fund which exists to help families of hospitalized children focus on helping their children get better instead of worrying about the cost of their child’s treatments.
The pattern is simple and VERY flexible – let your imagination run wild.
We have swatched the scarf in fingering and sport yarns. Our sport weight swatch was also on size 5 needles and was 23 stitches and 30 rounds per 4 inches. It should take about 600 yards to make the infinity scarf in the light fingering and 700 in the sport weight. We have ten 160 yard skeins to make sure we have enough yarn of each color. How much of each color you use will vary depending on your weather.
We added clear beads for rain and pearlescent beads for snow – these are obviously optional. You can also add extra for birthdays, holidays or the random Tuesday that inspires you.
There are two files associated with this pattern. The essentials includes only the knitting instructions. The longer versions also Includes labels created to identify the colors for different temperature ranges and the charts we made to document temperatures. If your temperatures run higher or lower you may want to use more colors or larger temperature ranges so there are also files on which you can “fill in the blank” for up to 15 temperature ranges.
A note from Bex: “My name is Rebecca. I am 9 years old and this will be my third year modeling in the StarGuild American Girl Fashion Show®. As part of the 2014 show the Jr. Star Guild and the models raised over $17,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital. Because I love to wear her scarves and shawls, my mom wrote this pattern for me so we could create a scarf together. I love it so much I thought you might too, so I’m selling it as my fundraiser for the 2015 Fashion Show. Thanks for looking at my pattern!”
Many thanks to all of you who bought my pattern. I’ve raised $186 to help kids at Seattle Children’s Hospital!!!