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Neon Striped Infinity Scarf

This easy-to-work knit infinity scarf would make a great gift!

By: Linda from Purl Avenue
Updated October 11, 2018
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Looking for the perfect knit infinity scarf pattern for your spring and summer wardrobe? Look no further than the Neon Stripes Infinity Scarf. This cool, breathable pattern offers a bright punch of color for that warm weather vibe. The Neon Stripes 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.

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Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I am with Ealizabethane. I really like this pattern and have read it through a number of times, but don't understand if it is being knit in the round and colors are being changed at the beginning of each round, wouldn't the stripes be circular instead of cutting through it vertically?

What are you supposed to do with the yarns when you change colors in the sections (blue to yellow abs grey?) Carry or cut?

I've looked at this scarf about 15x over the last year or so and I've read the pattern completely and still do not understand why there would be a seam to sew at the end if you're knitting in the round. I just can't picture what this is suppose to look like in progress-if anyone has any insight or can explain what I don't understand, I'd really appreciate it. than you.

The scarf is essentially knit as a long, narrow tube so that you're knitting a scarf of double-thickness. When you join the seams at the end, you're connecting the two ends of the narrow tube to create the entire scarf. Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Are you supposed to carry the color change yarns along or cut them between sections?

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