How to Knit an Infinity Scarf

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Introduction: How to Knit an Infinity Scarf

About: Hi. My name is Jenelyn. I am the creator of Helloyellowcrafts. I like to make all sorts of things. I also like to share my creations with the world and like to inspire others to create! Follow me here... **NE…

Keep your neck nice and warm this cold winter! Learn how to make Winter's HOT new accessory: The Infinity Scarf. It is also known as a muffler or Möbius strip depending on how it is made.

Check for details:  http://helloyellowcrafts.com/blog/2011/11/how-to-knit-an-infinity-scarf-or-muffler/

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    6 Comments

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    mgerhardt
    mgerhardt

    10 years ago on Introduction

    What size needle do you use for the scarf in this video or what size needle do you recommend?

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    helloyellowcrafts
    helloyellowcrafts

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    The needle you use depends on what weight of yarn you choose to work with. Sometimes when you buy yarn, there is a tag and it recommends the size needle that will go with it. In my video, I used size 10 needles 40" circular knitting needles.

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    queenofstring
    queenofstring

    10 years ago on Introduction

    this instructable shows you how to make a simple loop, not what is commonly referred to as an infinity scarf or fake mobius. To make an infinity, you would twist one side of the cast on row before joining. It's a nice video and instructable otherwise.

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    helloyellowcrafts
    helloyellowcrafts

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for your input! I noticed that when I do mention that if you dont want a mobius strip or infinity scarf that twists at the end you want to make sure all the ridges are all on the same side.

    I should've mentioned it here on my video but I do in my tutorial on my website that if you do want a twist, the ridges dnt have to appear on the same side when you connect the two ends.

    http://helloyellowcrafts.com/blog/2011/11/how-to-knit-an-infinity-scarf-or-muffler/

    THe scarf at the end INDEED has a twist to it :) good eye

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    queenofstring
    queenofstring

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I should also have said, that the scarf shown at the end of the video does appear to have a twist in it.