This is the first infinity scarf that I made for Jill. She is a cancer survivor and was wanting to help hide some of the scars. We didn’t have any pattern so I just started knitting. I don’t think it turned out too bad, but maybe a bit long. It does look nice if you loop it around one more time.
Here are the instructions. I cast on 125 stitches knitwise, using size # nine circular knitting needles. The yarn I used was Yarn Bee Boucle Traditions. I knit in the round until I had just enough yarn to cast off. Then I cast off and buried the ends of the yarn in the knitting. I think it turned out really nice. Let me know if you knit one and what you think of your finished scarf.
My daughter asked me to make her a scarf she had seen on the internet. She loves it. She is a cancer survivor and wanted to help cover some of the scars. Instructions for Jill’s Cowl Scarf: I cast on 80 stitches knit wise. I knit in circular and knit the entire skein, saving just […]
I want to welcome all of you to Artists Frenzy. I am so new to this. I would like to ask all of you to be patient with me and I will to try to impress you. I have been so afraid to jump in to this whole blogging scene.
I have so much I want to share with all of you. I am a ruaral Iowa artist and love sharing my creativity with others. I volunteer every Monday and teach an art class at a near by assisted living. I teach art to all ages at our church. I do a lot of card makimg. I am also attempting to set up an etsy account. Please take time to check it out.
I will try to post what new projects I am working on and designing.
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