bricks infinity scarf by Evelyn Siatra

bricks infinity scarf

Knitting
January 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in textured pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
320 - 350 yards (293 - 320 m)
one size
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This circle scarf is a warm and very practical addition to your wardrobe.
Wrap it around twice for a fashionable looking cowl or leave it long. Whether it’s accompanying you to that first fall chills or the last spring chills or helping you get through winter’s cold, it will be your perfect cool weather companion.

It is very easy and can be worked by beginners also. I used a very soft and warm acrylic-wool-alpaca blend yarn in milky brown as main color and small quantities of neon pink, magenta, brown and beige colors. This pattern is ideal for using your stash. You can use your imagination and play with other color combinations. It is decorated with fringes on both sides.

Finished size:
length 140cm/55.2”
Width: 21cm/8.4”

Yarn:
A. Alpaca Royal by Alize, 55% acrylic-30% alpaca-15% wool, 100gr (3.53 oz)/250 m (273 yds): 1 skein in color 688 milky brown.
B. Pronto by Mondial, 100% acrylic, 100gr (3.53 oz)/118m (65yds): small quantity in color 0872 neon pink.
C. Pavone by Schulana, 96% wool- 4% polyamide 50gr (1.75oz)/48m (53yds): small quantity in color 1052 brown with neon pink.
D. Eco Wolle by Lana-Kam, 100% wool, 50gr (1.75oz)/ 150m (164yds): small quantity in color 142 beige.
E. Pussycat by Lana-Kam, 80% acrylic-20% mohair, 50gr (1.75 oz)/146 m (160 yds): small quantity in color 22 magenta.

Needles: US 7 (4.5mm)
Gauge: 16sts and 23rnds = 10x10cm, or 4”x4”
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle
Level: easy