Eve Infinity Knit Scarf Tutorial
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.
The video below will walk you through the fairly easy four-row repeat. Get the pattern below the video.
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