Ashley Infinity Scarf

Ashley Infinity PatternA one-skein pattern to make a colorful and pretty accessory for your wardrobe.
Finished size: 6” x 40” (approximate)

Supplies Needed

    • 1-100g skein ColorNotes worsted weight yarn
    • Size 8 needles, straight or circular
    • Tapestry needle

Note: pattern includes 2 stitch garter edge on both long sides of scarf.
Cast on 32 stitches

Pattern
Row 1: k3, *ssk, k9, k2tog; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k3
Row 2: k2, purl to last 2 stitches, k2
Row 3: k3, *ssk, k7, k2tog; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k3.
Row 4: k2, purl to last 2 stitches, k2
Row 5: k3, *ssk, yo [k1,yo] 5 times, k2tog; repeat from * to last stitch, k3
Row 6: Knit
Repeat rows 1-6 until about 16” of yarn is left, ending on row 6. Cast off all stitches; do not cut tail.

Finishing
The scarf ends are attached by whip stitching the 2 ends together using the long tail left from the cast off stitches. Bring the 2 short ends of the scarf together, with right sides facing. Attach a tapestry needle to the long tail and whip stitch ends together. Weave in ends, block if necessary, and enjoy!

Download Ashley Infinity Scarf Pattern

Copyright 2012 by Jill Szalaj. All rights reserved. Pattern is for personal use only and may not be used for commercial purposes.

Comments

  1. Hello Jill,
    I’m new to your web site, and REALLY like it. Thank you for the free patterns, they are some I will try. I also like the hat in the Gallery made by one of your customers. Can you tell me where to find the pattern? Thank you, Kim

  2. Cheryl Weiss says:

    I love the pattern but I am having a problem with curling. I’m using worsted acrylic yarn. Any suggestions?

    • Thanks, Cheryl and apologies for my late reply. You can try to very gently steam your cowl to help smooth it down. Be careful – if you steam it too much it will flatten the stitches permanently! Alternatively, try wetting the work thoroughly with water, lay it flat, and pin with rust-proof pins and leave to dry. Hope this is helpful!

  3. Great information. Lucky me I recently found your site by accident
    (stumbleupon). I’ve saved it for later!

  4. MaryAnn Parker says:

    Hello, just bega the lovely Ashley Infinty scarf. Stuck at row 5.
    Am I to do, an ‘ssk, yo, k1,yo consecutively, 5 times. Then do the k2tog and repeat from * to last stitch?
    Or, do I do the ssk THEN do, the yo k1,yo, 5 times? Then do the k2tog? and repeat from * to last stitch?
    Thank you,
    MaryAnn

    • Hi MaryAnn,
      Thanks for your feedback, and apologies for my very late reply.
      You should do the ssk once, then yo, then [k1, yo] 5 times in a row, then do k2tog once. That’s one repeat. Repeat that whole sequence again until there are 3 stitches left in the row, then knit those last 3 stitches.

      I’ve updated the instructions below to add brackets around the sections that are repeated on each row, and clarified the instruction for row 5. I hope this is helpful.

      Row 1: k3, *[ssk, k9, k2tog]; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k3
      Row 2: k2, purl to last 2 stitches, k2
      Row 3: k3, *[ssk, k7, k2tog]; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k3.
      Row 4: k2, purl to last 2 stitches, k2
      Row 5: k3, *[ssk, yo, [k1,yo] 5 times, k2tog]; repeat from * to last 3 stitches, k3
      Row 6: Knit
      Repeat rows 1-6 until about 16” of yarn is left, ending on row 6. Cast off all stitches; do not cut tail. Use tail to whip stitch ends together with right sides facing.

      Jill

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