Cozy Eternity Scarf


Cozy Eternity Scarf


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Knit entirely in garter stitch, the Cozy Eternity Scarf proves that you don't have to toil over a complicated pattern for a beautiful result. Made with super bulky yarn, this is a great quick knit and one of the easiest knitting patterns for beginners you will ever find. This gorgeous knit infinity scarf pattern is a wardrobe staple that will make you wonder how you ever got along before without it. Simple, warm, and stunning, this knit infinity scarf pattern will be one of your favorite accessories. You may even wish for snow just so you have an excuse to pull it out.


Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Cast on thirty stitches and knit until it is the desired length that you want. You could make it into a regular scarf by not joining it when you are finished or you can join and have an infinity scarf. Its all just a matter of what you like. I dont understand the comments that this scarf doesnt come out. How does knit until desired length not come out?

It does come out because with the yarn change it is too short to be any type of scarf. Reading the comments doesn't help, unless you can understand what you are reading.

Doesn't come out, since she changed the yarn, that changes the yardage, the gauge, the length and the width, so there is no way to make the scarf based on the instructions and materials list within the pattern.

This would be a great project to teach my daughter how to knit and a cozy scarf that she made herself. I like how it uses the Lion Brand Thick and Quick yarn in garter stitch, which, I hope, she can complete before boredom sets in! Going to get yarn in her favorite color!

The first time I saw this pattern, it was for the regular homespun yarn not the thick and quick yarn. someone on the website commented that they used the thick and quick yarn and the scarf did not come out to the size stated in the pattern, I left a comment indicating that she may have used the wrong yarn because thick and quick is a 6 yarn homespun is a 5 and the yardage is different, now the designer has changed the pattern to homespun thick and quick and it doesn't work out at all. I've made many of them from leftover homespun yarn from other projects and it works out just great!

I also used Lionbrand Homespun, Thick and Quick yarn and the scarf came nowhere near the measurements mentioned in the pattern. If 8 stitches are supposed to measure 4", then 30 stitches should only measure 15" not 26".


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