Infinite by Kathleen Dames
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Infinite

Knitting
November 2009
Lace / 2 ply ?
12 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
One size
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Your very own mohair cloud

Just one skein of your favorite brushed mohair yarn will give you this perennially popular accessory: an infinity scarf. Wear it long like a super-drapey cowl, double it up for that casual scarf look, or pull the second wrap up over your head like a smoke ring.

What you’ll love about knitting Infinite:

  • You get to use that luscious skein of Kidsilk Haze or any other mohair/silk blend yarn that’s been hanging out in your stash or calling to you at your LYS.
  • Working in the round means you just knit, knit, knit (with a couple of super-simple rounds for variety).
  • Provisional cast-on means you’ll bind off both ends in the same way - top and bottom of your cowl will match

What you’ll love about wearing Infinite:

  • You get to wear that beautiful yarn right where it belongs - around your gorgeous face!
  • Surprise! Infinite squishes down to almost nothing at all yet keeps you warm and toasty on a cold day.
  • You can wear it three ways: drapey long cowl, doubled-up scarf dramatic, smoke ring

Size/Finished Measurements
15 inches high x 38 inches around

Materials
Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70% Super Kid Mohair, 30% Silk; 229 yards/25 grams) in Majestic #589
US9/5.5mm 29-inch circular needle (ndl)
Waste yarn
Stitch marker
Tapestry needle

Gauge in Stockinette Stitch
12 sts x 24 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch

Skills Needed
Casting on
Binding off
Knitting in the round
Increasing (yarnovers)
Decreasing (knitting two together
)
With these two moves under your belt, you’re ready for lace!