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Lace and Mohair Infinity Scarf

By: Linda from purlavenue.com

This beautiful knit infinity scarf pattern is the perfect addition to your pile of knit accessories. The Lace and Mohair Infinity Scarf has a delicate lace design, but is substantial enough to keep you warm all season long. The stunning lace knitting technique used in this pattern gives this knit scarf a classic and elegant look that will dress up even the most casual of outfits. This pretty gray and white scarf is not only gorgeous, its neutral color palette makes it a versatile knit that goes with almost anything. You will love showing it off time and time again.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Are you in love with the Lace and Mohair Infinity Scarf Pattern?  Don't miss some of our other great scarf patterns, check out 12 Infinity Scarf Patterns to Knit Today for more stylish infinity scarves.

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A beautiful scarf to make and share - the color combination of grey and white gives this scarf an ageless look that would go with most outfits. This would be a great addition to my friend's wardrobe - so glad I know what I am giving her for her birthday this year!

I wonder how this would look worked up in a single color yarn? Part of what I love about the look of this cowl is, I think, the ombre yarn. I'm worried that a solid colored yarn wouldn't make for as interesting of a cowl. Has anyone tried it with a solid colored yarn?

Kris, I haven't tried this with a solid colored yarn, but I think if you got a yarn with a sheen to it - a handpainted yarn or a silk blend - it would show off the lace beautifully. You could always try a few rows in whatever yarn you want to use and see how it works up.

Do you have to use circular needles or can you knit with straight?

I haven't knitted much. How do you block a finished project?

To block a finished item, you will just wet or dampen the fabric and stretch it out and hang or lay flat to dry. This only works on natural fibre yarn, acrylics and other man made yarn will not block, their are many people on the internet and my own daughter will argue this, but unfortunately its true!

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