Double Infinity Scarves
This design turns my shaped, double knot cable into a chic infinity scarf, and allows for a non-reversible fabric to be used. After coiling the finished scarf, only the right side faces out, as these scarves have a 360º twist.
I’ve used super luscious Cascade Yarns Cloud (an airy, chained yarn of merino wool and baby alpaca), for all the scarves. The pattern has 2 versions – a thinner, lighter version, using 1 strand yarn, and a wider, extra thick, version, using 2 strands yarn, worked in a neck-snugging size, as well as a looser size.
So, whether winters by you are blustery or mellow, here’s a neck wrap that will keep you warm with style!
Sizes – Narrow / S-M Wide / M-L Wide
Width: 2-3.25 / 2.5-5 / 2.5-5”
Length before Joining: 54 / 54 / 62”
Circumference, Doubled for Wearing:
27 / 27 / 31” (Dimensions are approximate.)
s Narrow: Cascade Yarns Cloud or Eco Cloud, 70% Merino Wool / 30% Baby Alpaca, approx 164 yd /
100 gm hank: either 2 hanks #2115 Raspberry or 1
hank each #1805 Doe and #1803 Fawn
s US size 10 (6 mm) ndls
s Wide: Cloud or Eco Cloud, either 2 hanks
each #2115 Raspberry and #2109 Ruby or 2 hanks
each #1805 Doe and #1803 Fawn
s US 15 (10 mm) ndls
s Cable needle (cn)
s Tapestry needle
s Narrow: 18 sts & 24 rows = 4” (10 cm) in St st using
1 strand yarn and size 10 ndls. One patt rep is 4.5” L.
s Wide: 11 sts & 16 rows = 4” in St st with 2 strands yarn held together and size 15 ndls, or size to give gauge. One patt rep is 7.75” L.