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Get It While It’s Free!

Time to get another one of my paid patterns for free – for a limited time only!

This is the second pattern in my limited-time free series.

If you are new to my program, keep reading to learn about this free program, and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on these free patterns.

How does the limited-time free pattern work?

When I first release some (not all) of my paid patterns, I will be releasing them for free for a certain period of time.

How long will it be free?

It will vary from pattern to pattern. It could be a week or a month or some other amount of time. I will not be announcing how long it will be free. But, if you are a supporter who follows me, you will get first notice that the pattern is here, and you can download it immediately.

If you are not already following me, you should do that now. I will post on my website, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube when a new limited-time free pattern is available. Follow me on your preferred platform to get notice.

On top of releasing it for free, I will also have a free video tutorial for the pattern repeat or some other component of the pattern that someone might need a little help with.

With all that said, it’s time for the next limited-time free release.

Eve Infinity Knit Scarf

The Eve Infinity Knit Scarf is an open work chevron pattern that makes a lacy yet dense project.

The scarf is 14″ wide so it can double up for warmth in the winter or be spread out in warmer weather for a nice breezy scarf.

The pattern looks great with self-striping yarn. I used Lion Brand Ferris Wheel in Imaginary Garden for the one pictured and I love how it didn’t need blocking once it was finished.

The colors of the Ferris Wheel are sophisticated and work well for a day-to-night scarf. At 68″ around, you can loop the scarf multiple times to make a cozy cowl or leave it unlooped for a long scarf.

I think chevron patterns look best with self-striping yarn, but you can substitute with any worsted weight yarn you like. You will need about 500 yards of yarn and 4.5mm [US7] needles to get a similar size to what is indicated in the pattern.

When you click on the link below to be taken to the video tutorial, you will see the pattern at the bottom of the page if you are still within the limited-time free pattern window. If you see links to my Etsy and Ravelry shop, you have missed the window and will need to follow me to get a notification when the next one releases.

Remember, following me is the best way to be notified when the patterns are released so you don’t miss out. Follow me now.


  • Cindy Frye

    Deja, thank you for the offer of free knit patterns. I am a long way from needing patterns. I am starting to learn knitting. I would love anything you offer in free crochet patterns. I am particularly interested in lace, shawls, cowls, hats, and infant items.

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