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Elegant Waves Infinity Scarf

By: Denise from Through the Looking Glass
Elegant Waves Infinity Scarf

Looking for a sophisticated, stylish knit infinity scarf pattern? Then the Elegant Waves Infinity Scarf is the perfect pattern for you. This beautiful cream colored scarf is fashionable yet understated, giving you a sleek and chic vibe. The Elegant Waves Infinity Scarf is thin enough to drape nicely, yet thick enough to keep you warm. It's the perfect snow colored scarf for the winter season, but it would look lovely all year long. Knit this pretty pattern for a trendsetting friend or family member.

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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"Cast on 210 stitches on your circular needle. Join ends, making sure not to twist the stitches. Place marker at start of row." to me that says knitting in the round... This is certainly an elegant scarf - and could be worn with such lan - looking forward to finding the yarn and knitting it then wearing it

A truly elegant scarf to knit! The pattern seems really easy as the wave stitch is made of only four rows, of which the first and third are all knit rows. I like how it is made using a bamboo blend yarn that should make it soft and comfortable to wear in spring as well as in the cold days of winter.

Leave a comment...is for the person who wrote the description.....a grand or flamboyant manner verve style flair FYI )

I may have misunderstood a pattern, but Mr. Hyde you are truly a rude and juvenile person, who feels its necessary to resort to school yard name calling. I have read the pattern twice and do not see anywhere that it saids its knit in the round, I have also forwarded it to several other people and they do not see it either. So, who here is being "judgey".

Hi Elizabethane - The pattern is an infinity cowl and most are knit in the round on a circular needle which this pattern calls for. The pattern starts out with:" Cast on 210 stitches on your circular needle. Join ends, making sure not to twist the stitches. Place marker at start of row." When you "join ends" of a cast on row on circular needles it creates a circle or round so when you knit each row it creates a stockinette stitch as you are only knitting with the front of the fabric showing, never the back. If you are going back and forth on straight needles, you need to alternate knit and purl rows to create stockinette stitch. And, yes, Mr. Hyde was very rude.

Lovely pattern- looks especially good doubled up. And yes, when working in the round stockinette is achieved by knitting every row. Knitters inexperienced in working in the round often misunderstand this concept.

Hi Elizabethane - The pattern is an infinity cowl and most are knit in the round on a circular needle which this pattern calls for. The pattern starts out with:" Cast on 210 stitches on your circular needle. Join ends, making sure not to twist the stitches. Place marker at start of row." When you "join ends" of a cast on row on circular needles it creates a circle or round so when you knit each row it creates a stockinette stitch as you are only knitting with the front of the fabric showing, never the back. If you are going back and forth on straight needles, you need to alternate knit and purl rows to create stockinette stitch. And, yes, Mr. Hyde was very rude.

Hi - deadmarie is correct - the cowl is knit in the round do 5 knit rows = stockinette stitch. As the designer, I'd love to see some more finished examples of this pattern - you can email photos to me at looking(dot)glass(dot)designs12(at)gmail(dot)com or on the Ravelry page for the design. Thanks! Denise

Nice pattern too bad there are many mistakes in the directions. The first paragraph of the pattern states "stocking stitch for 5 rows", then goes on to say knit all 5 rows, this is garter stitch, not stocking stitch, with such a glaringly obvious mistake at the beginning of the pattern i'm afraid to make it and get into a big mess with really nice yarn.

I had a look at the pattern (lovely pattern!!) and there is no mistake in the beginning... when knitting in the round, in order to get the stockinette stitch, you must knit all rows. Don't forget that the cowl is knitted in the round :)

it is only a "glaringly obvious" mistake if you know nothing about knitting in the round. Check your facts before you start getting all judgy about pattern instructions Ms. Smarty Pants.

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