Leftover Yarn Infinity Scarf


Leftover Yarn Infinity Scarf


Scrapbusters are a good remedy to your every-growing pile of leftover yarn, and we have just the one for you. The Leftover Yarn Infinity Scarf is an easy easy knit scarf pattern that yields not only a way to get rid of all of the old yarn currently cluttering up your work space but also a pretty gorgeous scarf you'll simply have to show off. Just pick out complimentary colors from your stash and get going. Using just the stockinette stitch throughout, this infinity scarf pattern is also perfect for the beginner knitter trying to learn how to knit a scarf.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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I was not referring to a grammatical error when I wrote this comment, I was simply referring to her using the words "schlocky" and "cheap"-they mean the same thing. The only reason to put that comment there would be for someone be rude, that is the double negative I referred to.

How schlocky and cheap looking.

nothing like using double negatives incorrectly to be rude! I think this will be a wonderful stash buster for all the small balls that many have no real purpose for, but don't have the heart to part with because they are good for something, like this!

It is incorrect saying this comment is a double negative. A double negative is produced by pairing the negative form of a verb with a negative pronoun, adverb, or conjunction (as in "I don't know nothing about grammar.").


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