Burnished Rose Infinity Scarf


Burnished Rose Infinity Scarf


Burnished Rose Infinity Scarf
Burnished Rose Infinity Scarf

Just as infinity scarves have quickly become a must-have item for every wardrobe, a knit infinity scarf pattern is a necessity for every knitter's repertoire. The Burnished Rose Infinity Scarf has a stockinette stitch body for warmth with lacy edges that give it a deceptively delicate appearance. You'll like making this infinity scarf knitting pattern for its simplicity, but you'll love wearing it for its sophisticated design and color. For extra panache, use a metallic yarn like the one pictured here.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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I love using long tail cast on, but I always end up with way too much extra yarn at the end and feel like I'm being wasteful. Any tips on measuring how much yarn I need for the cast on?

Yes, before you cast on, wrap the yarn you intend to use around the needle you intend to cast on with the requisite number of times plus 10-15 times more to account for the tail, cast on from there and you should be good to go.

I really like the lace edge on this scarf. It makes it seem like it would be lighter. Some of these infinity scarves are so heavy they are hard to wear for very long. This one looks pleasantly wearable.

I started this scarf about a week ago. I'm using the same yarn in the picture and the #9 circular needle. It seems like it's going to be huge. Do you wrap it around twice? I really am confused as I'm nearly done and it is so big that I am not sure I should finish it. HELP!

Hi viereck32 4438411, Typically you wrap infinity scarves twice around to get that twisted, layered look. Because of this, the pattern might seem a little long. IF you are having trouble with stitch work or sizing, we suggest leaving a message for the designer on her blog by clicking through on the link above. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

The finished scarf is supposed to be 11.5" by 60". If you have reached 60" you may want to stop.

Yes, it does come out quite big-if you check the pattern you'll find it is 60" around. I can wrap mine around 3 times, my daughter in law can wrap hers 4 times. They look really fabulous though, so I encourage you to finish it, I'm sure you'll be pleased with the result. Happy knitting.

When I save this pattern, I don't see it in list. Also, it is harder now to put the patterns in my folders. I love the pictures now tho.

Hi horseyfolks, Sorry to hear you're having trouble saving the pattern! Try filtering your saved knitting patterns by most recently added. If that doesn't work, try refreshing your page and/or clearing your cookies. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Nice pattern. Does anyone know if it is possible to do away with the metallic odor of metallic yarn? I always notice it when I wear it and do not like it. Washing does not help.


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