Maple Infinity Scarf | PDF Knitting Pattern
Please note: This pattern comes in digital form. After the purchase is complete you'll be automatically emailed the PDF file/s to download.
Maple is a cosy infinity scarf that's easy to wear - infinity scarves are a favourite of mine as they don't get in the way and they stay put.
Maple was created to fill my desire for a chunky, relaxing project to knit.
Maple features broken moss stitch all over, providing texture and interest whilst knitting but also being simple enough to create that you can chat at the same time. For newer knitters, this is an excellent introduction to the texture you can easily create just by knitting and purling.
Note on Technique:
Maple is knitted in-the-round, however, the first 3 rows are worked flat to reduce anxiety over twisted stitches. With a large stitch count stitches twist very easily, with this method it's not a problem and you can enjoy your knitting!
What you'll need:
Option A: KPC Novomerino DK - 4 x 50g balls in your chosen colour - sample worked in Mist (200g / 428 metres total)
Option B: WOOLganic Merino 8ply - 4 x 50g balls in your chosen colour - sample worked in Grapefruit Moon (200g / 432 metres total)
If substituting yarn, pay close attention to the meterage. Maple was designed to use the full amount of yarn - you'll only have the tiniest amount left over so don't substitute yarn with less than 428 metres total.
6mm circular needle with 100-120cm cable or size needed to obtain gauge.
Full requirements such as gauge can be found inside the pattern.
Yarn and needles are linked where mentioned if they are available to purchase here.