"Beuna" - XL Infinity Scarf

Category_Free Pattern Category_knitting pattern knitting pattern scarf Unisex

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Today I'm gonna share a very easy stitch pattern with you. It's made with simple knit and k2tog stitches as well as yarn overs to create a geogrous texture. It's so easy to learn even for beginners. I'm using the same yarn (Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick) as my last post(Chunky Knit Basic Beanie). It's super bulky and soft to work with.

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Follow me on Instagram @warmlinx shop warmlinx on etsy Here Material: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick - Hudson Bay (4 balls) 10mm Knitting Needle Darning needle Abbreviations: Finish Size: (Scarf Sizes) 17" * 29" Gauge (4 x4 in) 9 sts x 8 rows Pattern Note: This scarf is worked lengthwise, you could work 2 rows stockinette stitch at the first and last 2 rows for seaming easier. Pattern With 10 mm knitting needle, long tail cast on 39 sts, work in rows for every row (This makes the scarf reversible) with yarn in front slip 1st st purl wise, with yarn in front k2tog, *yo, k2tog, repeat from * to the end work straight until 4 balls of yarn is finished or to your desired length, bo, leave a tail at least 2 times the width of scarf. Finishing Fold in half, join short ends to sew both ends together. And weave in ends.

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