Infinitude Scarf by Jeni Chase

Infinitude Scarf

January 2011
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
225 - 300 yards (206 - 274 m)
S, (L)
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Infinitude is one of the most versatile scarves you’ll ever meet. The possibilities are endless. These photos show only a fraction of the many ways you can enjoy this charming piece. It’s a beautiful yet fun cowl / infinity / eternity scarf!

The entire scarf is knit in the round. It is composed of several rows of ribbing set perpendicular to alternating rows of knits and purls. This gives the garment an appearance of both horizontal and vertical ribs and creates a luscious texture of warmth and “scrunchability” while maintaining an element of elegance.

Infinitude is knit as one piece so it will never blow off in the wind and you can easily customize the fit by simply adjusting the number of stitches cast on. The small size will wrap around the neck twice and hang just above the waist. The large size will wrap around the neck three times (as shown in the photo) and hang just to the hips. The size you make depends on your own height, how much yarn you have on hand and how snuggly you want your cowl to be when wrapped about the neck – the possibilities are infinite!

Info on the knitted Cuffs in the Pattern Photos:
This pattern was written by another Raveler, based on my Infinitude Scarf.

The directions for the cuffs can be found here. Thanks to StockingAndCurl for writing out the directions.