I think the shortness has to do with your gauge. Have yards Thanks ahead of time.
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Check out this easy striped cowl pattern that will surely keep your honey warm. Double Strand Infinity Scarf: This light yet cozy infinity scarf will brighten your days well into spring. Kailey, Look on you tube for how to knit videos. They are pretty good. You need to learn to cast on, the knit stitch, and the purl stitch. I would teach you to knit if we lived in same town. I would suggest making a swatch of it and see if you like it. You may need to add more stitches to get the width you want.
I made 3 of these for Xmas gifts and I made mine on a circular needle so sewing required. I made 3 of these for Christmas gifts. I used a circular needle so there was no sewing required. The gaptastic cowl is with a chunky yarn, not as thick as the thick and quick, so I fear it will end up too long.
You can knit a gauge swatch with any size needles or yarn, to calculate how many stitches you will need to cast on. I hope that helps. But i am so excited to tr one of these scarves. It looks so simple and in terme that I still remember. Hi Lorie, You could do this on circular needles. I agree but it may not be up to her. I copy and paste onto a blank document to get around the comments. You can print the directions by going to print on your computer.
Print preview comes up on mine. If you want only the directions, select those pages. Thanks for the great pattern, Steph! How wide is the scarf in inches, please , just in case I try this on circular needles, or with a different needle size?
I tried to make this scarf but for some reason it was only 56 inches and I used 2 balls of the thick and quick yarn that you suggested. Would you suggest casting on 21 stitches and restarting or should I knit tighter? I am using a US 17 for the needle as well. I think the shortness has to do with your gauge.
If you like it, no need to rip it out! Thanks so much for this pattern. I am a beginner knitter and after only a few mistakes corrected i was able to finish this in the colour wheat, it look gorgeous. So, I am new to knitting. Wondering if the k1. Thank you ahead of time. So, I am a beginner and I am wondering.. Does k1p1 mean knit one row purl one row, or does it mean knit one stitch, purl one stitch?
Thanks ahead of time. K1 P1 means knit one stitch and then purl one stitch. Keep repeating that pattern for the whole row. Thanks for this amazing and easy pattern! I just love it! And thanks for the tip to always cast on an uneven number for a seed stitch pattern. Such a simple suggestion that is so helpful! Your pattern looks very close to it….
Hi, Just discovered your scarf pattern, If I wanted to work in the round, no seaming is my goal at the end Howmany Stitched would you suggest?? Its for a quick gift. Steph, You call for 2 skeins of yarn is that for double strand throughout or for length and single strand? I am making this scarf. I bought the exact yarn and size needle that you used. I have knitted for years and I do not knit tight. Hi Diane, I did use two full skeins.
I knit 1, purl 1 across. No matter if at the end of the first row with a knit. You still start the next row with a knit 1, purl 1 to end of row. They are both super bulky. This scarf looks great! How many stitches should I cast on to knit this on circular needles?
Would I need to do anything else differently? Thanks for your post! Just the pattern I was looking for to use some bulky yarn I forgot I had! Hi Steph, Love the color of this scarf! Is the color in the pictures exactly what it looks like in real life? I was thinking of ordering this yarn in Taupe, but the swatches online look like a much darker color.
I think the pictures are true to the color, but this was nearly 3 years ago, so hopefully the color names are still the same. Good luck with the project! Just completed the scarf. I have recently found that a member of Ravelry is using your image of this cowl in her patterns for sale library, I find this disturbing on your behalf.
This is the pattern in question. I created a pattern info entry for your pattern, in an attempt to stave off further issues. May I use one of your photos of the scarf on the pattern info page, properly attributed to you, of course? It was so much fun to make this easy and quick design. I made two of these for Christmas presents using the recommended yarn.
Just lovely and the cowls were much appreciated. Thank you for the inspiration! I recently began knitting, and up until now I had only made dishcloths. I was dying to make a scarf when I came across this pattern. It turned out beautifully!
I have gotten so many compliments on it. Thanks for such a great pattern! I do love the pattern. Thank you Steph for this simple pattern.
Question, you said use the biggest needles I have. I am using size 25 and the loops are huge. Not sure this size will work. What do you think? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Chunky Infinity Scarf Materials: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google. December 3, at 3: Reply Elizabeth November 16, at 3: Reply MariainCola December 17, at Reply steph December 17, at 7: Reply Connie Hecker December 17, at 1: Thanks Connie, have fun making it!
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Learn how to knit a chunky scarf from A-Z with our helpful tutorial. You don't need an occasion (or cold weather) when it comes to knit scarf patterns. This article on how to knit a chunky scarf includes patterns for a variety of traditional scarves as well as patterns for cowls. I kept knitting until I had just enough yarn to sew the scarf together. The final dimensions were 11″ wide by about 60″ long. Of course you could make the scarf wider or skinnier by casting on more or less stitches, just be sure to keep it an odd number so you can start every row with a knit stitch and not have to worry about what row you’re on. Learning how to knit a scarf can seem hard if you’re a total beginner. My ideal yarn for beginners is a chunky weight. This yarn requires needles that are between mm. Did you tuck the ends in or is this scarf knitting together at the ends like an infinity scarf – if not could I do this? Thanks! Davina says.