Learn to easily make a Seed Stitch Knitted Infinity Scarf! This fashion accessory is a cozy, simple free pattern you can knit up right now. It’s a beginner-friendly, easy level, and uses just one skein of super bulky yarn (approx 204 yards) in any fiber of your choice. I love wearing my neutral color-blocked example, as it goes with everything I wear and keeps me feeling bundled in yarn love during these chilly days.
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YARN (#6 Super Bulky, 204 yards)
• Caron Sprinkle Cakes, Color “Pecan Fudge”
KNITTING NEEDLES (Size 11 US, 14″ length)
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KNITTING PATTERN for Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf
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WRITTEN KNITTING INSTRUCTIONS for Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf
Cast On 27 Stitches
Start slip knot approx 40” from yarn end
All Rows: * K1, P1 *, K1
Repeat Seed Stitch Pattern on all rows until scarf measures 48”
Make sure to have approx 90” of yarn remaining on your yarn ball before binding off
Bind Off Tack Edges Together
Using your tapestry needle, tack your Cast On and Bind Off Rows together using the mattress stitch technique
Weave In Ends
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