Infinite Sheep Scarf by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits)
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Infinite Sheep Scarf

October 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in basketweave stitch, blocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1504 yards (1375 m)
8” wide x 42” length/circumference
This pattern is available for free.

This sweet infinity scarf features a combination of colorwork and textured sections to create a fun design perfect for the wool fans in your life! Knit in the round so there’s no wrong size, this scarf will keep you warm all winter long. The ultimate combination of Capra DK and Reverie (for the fuzzy sheep!) means you’ll never want to take it off!

The Infinite Sheep scarf begins with a provisional cast on. It is
worked in the round to the specified length (or as desired) and
then the working end is grafted to the cast on end. The scarf will
need to be steam blocked (or gently pressed with an iron, use
a cloth between the iron and knitted piece). This may be easier
before grafting the ends together. Make sure when blocking flat
that the purl stitches (there will be two, one on the right and one
on the left) are at the sides. These are the side “seams” of the

Each 91-row repeat of the Infinite Sheep chart is 10.5” in length. In
the pattern you will work this repeat 4 times for an infinity scarf
with a 42” circumference. If you would like to lengthen the piece
keep in mind that you may need more yarn. For each repeat you
will use approximately: 35g of C1, 16g of C2, 8g of C3, 14g of C4,
4g of C5,