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Chevron Delight Infinity Scarf

Chevron Delight Infinity Scarf

Step aside cowls, the infinity scarves are taking over. Knit infinity scarf patterns are becoming increasingly more popular, and it isn't hard to see why. Knits like the Chevron Delight Infinity Scarf are just as versatile as they are trendy and fashionable. The many different color changes in this knit scarf pattern are sure to help you create a beautifully unique infinity scarf you'll just love reaching for again and again. If you haven't yet tried casting on a pattern using the chevron stitch, why not give it a try with the Chevron Delight Infinity Scarf? You'll get to enjoy an amazing stitch pattern and end up with an equally amazing knitted accessory to keep you looking stylish from January to December. Another great thing about this scarf knitting pattern is that it is completely worked flat and joined together in the end. What more could you want from a great knitting pattern like this one?


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch


Infinity scarves are one of the most popular knitting scarf patterns these days, but how did they become one of the hottest fashion trends? Unlike most wearable trends, the infinity scarf is a fairly recent invention, so the adage "what's old is new again" does not necessarily ring true for these types of neck warmers. As most already know, the knit infinity scarf got its name due to the infinite loop the yarn forms. You can wear an infinity scarf in a variety of ways depending on your individual preference.

The non-infinity variety of scarf originated in Ancient Rome as a way for people to keep warm and keep clean, because individuals would wipe sweat from their face with their scarf. No one is quite sure how the scarf evolved from a practical item with a specific purpose to more of a necklace, but one thing is for sure - knit infinity scarf patterns add a dash of whimsy to any outfit and they are fashion trend with staying power.

Find even more wonderful infinity knit scarf patterns by checking out our collection of 30 Infinity Scarf Patterns to Knit Today.

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