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Fresh Spring Infinity Scarf

By: Amanda Basetti from Simply Maggie

This refreshing mint-colored infinity scarf is the perfect accessory to brighten up your spring wardrobe. The Fresh Spring Infinity Scarf is a great weight for breezy spring days - not too light, and not too heavy. With a simple stockinette stitch construction on size 15 circular needles, you'll be able to crank out this pattern in a day or so. We love the Fresh Spring Infinity Scarf in the cool mint hue as shown in the picture, but any other floral or pastel hue would look great, too.


Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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soft spring colours and only 30 rows - not long 'til it is done. Thanks for the tip about starting and finishing stockinette stitch, although looking at the photo, the design seems to incorporate that roll

Just on time for spring - a simple scarf in mint green! Knit on circular needles in stocking stitch, the scarf is made of only 30 knit rows. The only problem is that the edges curl - something that was not fixed by crocheting the edges - does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix that?

Stockinette stitch always curls so I do 4 rows of garter stitch before I start the stockinette stitch and end with 4 rows of stockinette stitch and it pretty much resolved the issue, hope this helps. Happy knitting


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