Cèilidh Infinity Scarf by Kelly G.

Cèilidh Infinity Scarf

November 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
460 - 480 yards (421 - 439 m)
One size
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A cèilidh in Scotland and Ireland is social gathering - often where stories are told, food is eaten, and dances are held. This knit was inspired by those dances, with intertwining cables, and gentle twists and turns, mimicking the dancers on the floor as they twirl about.

This infinity scarf is knit flat, then joined with a modified Kitchener stitch to graft together the ends, creating a seamless-looking piece.

Directions for one size is given, with additional instructions on how to size to your liking.

A cable heavy design, there is cabling on every row (right side and wrong side).

Techniques used:

  • Cabling
  • Reading charts
  • Cabling on right side & wrong side rows
  • Grafting (kitchener stitch)