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How to Knit an Infinity Scarf + 9 Fashionable Cowl Knitting Patterns

By: Amy Finn for

How to Knit an Infinity Scarf + 9 Fashionable Cowl Knitting Patterns Free eBook


Make your own fashion statement with these infinity scarves and cowls!

Can't seem to find the perfect scarf for your favorite outfit? Want a new cowl but don't like the ones you find in the stores? Let How to Knit an Infinity Scarf + 9 Fashionable Cowl Knitting Patterns help. This free eBook is stuffed with awesome knit cowl patterns and infinity scarves; any one of these amazing projects is sure to be the perfect one for you. With detailed instructions, even beginners will find these scarves and cowls easy to make. No matter what time of year it is, it's the perfect time to start a new project - especially when you have a collection of fashionable infinity scarves and knit cowls such as these!


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Dear Knitters,


Cowls and infinity scarves are awesome additions to any outfit. Plus, depending on the weight of the yarn, they can be accessories that you wear all year round. In this eBook, we’ve collected some of the best and most fashionable knit infinity scarves and cowls just for you. Make any of these great patterns for yourself or for friends’ birthdays. After all, it's hard to hate a handmade gift! From bright patterns to more subtle neutrals, you are sure to find an infinity scarf that will suit you.


Infinity scarf patterns and knit cowl patterns are definitely those types of accessories that are sure to never go out of style. How to Knit an Infinity Scarf + 9 Fashionable Cowl Knitting Patterns features a great collection of tutorials for knitters of every skill level. With this free eBook, you'll discover how easy it is to make these fun fashion pieces. There’s a pattern for everyone; you won’t be disappointed.



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Neon Stripes Infinity ScarfDaisy Chain Cowl


Neon Stripes Infinity Scarf (pg. 5) - Looking for the perfect knit infinity scarf pattern for your spring and summer wardrobe? This infinity scarf not only is a stylish fashion statement, but also a great pattern for knitters who want to learn how to switch colors while knitting or how to knit jogless stripes.


Spring Lace Infinity Scarf (pg. 9) - This chartreuse-colored infinity scarf pattern is a pretty lace option for warm weather accessorizing. The breathable nature of the linen fiber makes this infinity scarf ideal for heat and humidity.


Violet Arrow Cowl (pg. 13) - This gorgeous one skein wonder is a joy to knit as well as wear. Knit with super bulky yarn, this purple beauty is a quick project to complete.


Daisy Chain Cowl (pg. 17) - This knit cowl pattern has an elegant drape that is sure to hang nicely over dresses and basic t-shirts. Knit one today for yourself or a flower-loving friend.


Elegant Night Cowl (pg. 21) - This easy knitted cowl pattern doesn't take long to complete, making it the perfect Friday night project. Knit one for a style-conscious friend or accessory-loving fashionista in your life.


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These are all beautiful. I can't decide which one to work on first. I love making them for my family and friends up north for Christmas. We very seldom get a chance to wear them here in Florida. I don't let some of the petty complaints from commenters bother me. These are beautiful patterns generously given for free.

How would you create the elegant night cowl in the round using circular needles?

Oh but I do tire of these people who complain and criticize without checking facts. It rather spoils the day for others. While an infinity scarf may have a twist in it, it is not required. For that matter, a cowl can have a twist, it is all in the design and in the plan of the designer, and of the knitter. These tutorials are helpful for beginners and for knitters who need a little help. Thanks.

Have you tried this craft? What did you think?

I love knitting cowls and infinity scarves! I find that I am a lazier human who doesn't enjoy knitting swatches and often doesn't use to recommended yarn size, so I like to knit with straight needles and then use a 3 needle bind off to join the edges

I have not done this type of knitting yet. Will try in the future.

I do not have a phone for ebook patterns. I knit the old fashion way open book follow directions. I have been deleting anything with an app for e book. Sorry

How do you get this newsletter? If you're using a computer, you can save the e-book to your files. If you have a printer, you can print the book out. That's what I do.

Infinity scarf: also known as a circle, loop, or eternity scarf; a scarf that is continuous, or without ends, which can be looped around the neck or draped around the arms. - A mbius is a type of infinity scarf.

These patterns are all cowls, none are infinity scarves and there is no instruction for making an infinity scarf. It is a shame that readers become confused by improper references by knitting sites. An infinity scarf has a half twist, knits from the middle outwards and has one continuous edge which becomes the cast off edge. It has a specific cast-on to achieve this design.

There is no specific cast-on to achieve this edge. You can just knit a regular scarf and join the edges any way you like. That's what I did and it looks just fine! And it does not have to have a half twist, either. You can get the same result when you double the scarf around your neck!

Looks easy


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