Infinite Ruffles Knit Cowl Pattern
This infinite ruffles knit cowl pattern will teach you how to make an infinity scarf that is the perfect accessory to add to any outfit for more visual interest. The fun design made with fashionable fringe yarn will take your outfits up a notch. This cowl proves that beginner knitting patterns don't have to be boring or plain. This cowl adds texture and color to any casual outfit for a beautiful finishing touch that is soft and comfortable to wear. You will love how vibrant your clothing seems after adding this scarf.
Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch
- Red Heart® Boutique Sashay Fringe™: 1 ball 1968 Indigo
- Knitting Needles: 5.5mm [US 9], sewing needle and matching sewing thread
52" (132 cm) in circumference
Gauge is not important for this project.
Stretch one end of the Sashay open for several inches and lay it flat, placing the edge with the fringe along the bottom. Notice that the Sashay Fringe yarn is a mesh of holes. You will be working with the top of the mesh and leaving the fringe edge loose to form the ruffle. You are using the top railroad track of holes as if it is yarn.
Beginning at the top right edge, insert tip of a knitting needle from back to front starting 4" (10 cm) from end and using top row of holes (railroad tracks). Continue inserting needle 5 more times. You now have 4 cast on stitches. Place this needle in left hand.
Pick up right hand needle and knit between the top two threads of the mesh (railroad tracks) going into every hole.
Continue knitting these 4 stitches on each row, turning your work in the same direction at end of rows.
Put your work down and open up the mesh as you go. Stop knitting when you have 20" (50.1 cm) left for binding off.
Bind off as usual drawing the end of the Sashay Fringe through the last bound off stitch. Trim leaving a 4" (10 cm) end. To finish the ends, fold under the corner and tack to inside with sewing needle and thread. Sew the two ends together to form a cowl.
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