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Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf

By: Louise from
Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf
Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf
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The Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf is a quick and easy beginner-friendly pattern. The scarf is knitted using seed stitch to achieve the perfect textured look. Since the pattern calls for chunky yarn, you can be sure you'll stay nice and toasty all winter long. The neutral color of this knitted infinity scarf means it will pair well with any other cold weather accessories you already own. Plus, if you've never tried seed stitch before, or you want to brush up on your technique, this is the perfect way to master a fun design. Whether you keep this chunky scarf for yourself or give it to a loved one, you will not be disappointed with the end result.


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

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Could not copy or print pattern from the blog. The only way I could get the pattern was to purchase the PDF. Free? I don't think so.

Anything on the internet can be printed, with the page you wish to print open on your screen, right click on your mouse, this will open a new box, click on print in the box, this will take you to print preview, in print preview change all to just the page with the pattern on it and click on print. You can also copy and paste it to a blank document or email and print from there. If neither of these options work for you, you could go old school and use a paper and pen, since the actual pattern is only 6 lines, wouldn't take long at all. I rarely buy patterns unless it is one I have to have and has decent reviews, nothing more annoying than paying good money for something riddled with errors. Happy knitting!

This looks so cozy! I've been wanting to make something using seed stitch and this sounds like the perfect project.


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