Hi everybody! Brenna from BrennaAnnHandmade here! 😀 I’m so excited to share this “Simple Knit Infinity Scarf Pattern” with you all, as this is the perfect cozy beginner cowl to add to your collection, as the weather is slowly turning cooler! Are you ready to get started? Great! 😀
1 Skein kartopu PREMIUM LINE MERINO YUN
1 pair 7mm Prym Straight Knitting Needles
A Crochet Hook or Large Eye Tapestry Needle (For sewing up scarf / weaving in ends)
Step 1: cast on 25 stitches evenly onto one of the knitting needles, using the long-tail cast on method.
Step 2: (Row 1) Knit the 1st stitch by inserting the empty needle from the front to back as pictured.
Then, wrap the working yarn counterclockwise around the needle you just inserted, and use the needle to pull the yarn back through the loop.
Ta da! You just completed your first knit stitch! 😉 Repeat the steps across the entire row, knitting every stitch you casted on originally!
Step 3: (Rows 2-239) Turn the working knitting needle, and repeat row 1.
Step 4: (Row 240) Cast off all stitches by:
1. knit the 1st two stitches of the previous row.
2. Take the 1st stitch you just knitted, and bring it over the 2nd stitch you just knitted, and off the knitting needle.
3. Knit the next stitch, and repeat the steps above that you just completed to cast off a 2nd stitch. Repeat with each stitch across until you have casted off all stitches. You should have about a 12″ tail of yarn left for sewing up the scarf.
Step 5: Using the extra long tail & tapestry needle, sew the two ends of the scarf together to make it an infinity scarf. Weave in all ends & cut yarn.
All finished! 😀
Brenna Ann is the designer and maker behind BrennaAnnHandmade. She crochets & knits cozy pieces of knitwear and accessories at her handmade shop on Etsy. She also has a blog, YouTube channel, and shares daily behind-the-scenes photos at her handmade life on Instagram @BrennaAnnHandmade.