Budding Infinity Scarf Pattern

Hello all!

It took me a lot longer than expected but I finally finished it! After almost two months the scarf that was inspired by my love for succulents is done. This infinity scarf has a very unique look which resembles flower buds being strung together therefore, I named it the Budding Infinity Scarf.

Budding Infinity Scarf - Purl Avenue
This scarf would look fantastic in a creamy, off-white color.
I think I will knit another one in that color.
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It measures about 10″ wide and 60″ long.
Budding Infinity Scarf wip - Purl Avenue

This will be my last winter project of the season. For spring, I will be working on lace projects which I am very excited about. The Budding Infinity Scarf is knitted with a sequence of increase and decrease stitches so I’ve made a video to help you all with the increase technique required to achieve this look.

Here is the free Budding Infinity Scarf pattern:

Materials

4 skeins of Caron’s Country in Loden Forest
Size 8 US (5mm) 32″ circular needles (I recommend lace needles)
Stitch marker
Yarn needle

Gauge

20 sts=4″ (10.2cm)

Pattern

*Note: this pattern is done in multiple of 4 sts.
Cast on 260 sts. Join for knitting in the round.

Rd 1: purl.
Rd 2: *(P1, K1, P1) into next st, K3tog; rep from * to end of round.
Rd 3: purl.
Rd 4: *K3tog, (P1, K1, P1) into next st; rep from * to end of round.

Repeat rounds 1-4 until scarf reaches approximately 10″. Bind off and weave in loose ends.

Here is a video on how to purl 1, knit 1 and purl 1 into the next stitch.

Pattern for knitting the scarf flat:
Multiple of 4 sts + 2

Row 1: purl.
Row 2: K1, *(K1, P1, K1) into next st, P3tog; rep from * to the last st, then (K1, P1,K1) into the last st.
Row 3: purl.
Row 4: K1, *P3tog, (K1, P1, K1) into next st; rep from * to the last 3 sts, then P3tog..

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Hope you all enjoy! I will have this up on Ravelry soon so don’t forget to share your projects with us!

 

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3 Comments:

  1. If I were to work this flat as a scarf, would the purl rounds change to knit (since they would be the “wrong side”)? Let me know! I love the pattern! It’s beautiful!

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