Knitting Pattern: Infinity Necklace

Knitting Pattern: Infinity Scarf Necklace - Use colorful sock weight yarn to create an unconventional, fun and funky fashion accessory I love swapping with other artists! It's kind of a grown-up excuse to have a pen pal and meet new people from around the world. That's why I was so excited when Sharyn, from Kookaburra Yarns in Australia, agreed to a swap.

I sent her a handmade knitting needle case and yarn bag (here are the pictures from my Facebook Page) and she sent me two of the most beautiful, hand-dyed yarns I have ever worked with.

I knew exactly what I was going to make before my yarn even arrived. Although I had some trouble deciding what I should call my design. It's knit and worn around your neck, but it's not really wide enough to be considered a scarf or even a cowl. I finally settled on naming it an infinity necklace.

The pattern is a little unconventional but a lot of fun!

Materials




Directions


This is a short and easy pattern, although it does take a little time since the yarn is so fine.

Gauge 25 sts  and 35 rows (stockinette stitch) = 4 inches


I love to knit with hand-dyed KookaburraYarns on Etsy!co 800 - That's not a typo. Cast on eight hundred stitches.

Rnd 1 (WS): K in each stitch around.

Repeat Rnd 1 until piece measures 1 1/4 inches from cast on edge (approx 11 rounds).

Bind off


You'll find that your work will naturally roll to create what looks like a very long (approximately 128 inches) loop of cord.

Simply wrap it around your neck 4-5 times depending on the length you prefer to wear your necklace. It's a bright and colorful way to express yourself and add some fun to your wardrobe!

Knitting Pattern: Infinity Scarf Necklace - Use colorful sock weight yarn to create an unconventional, fun and funky fashion accessory

Happily, since I got a 100 g skein of yarn from Sharyn, I had enough yarn to knit a lovely pair of matching socks, too. I just love these colors. Thank you Kookaburra Yarns! Now I just need to decide what I'll be making with the blue and purple skein I received.

Made these socks with yarn from Kookaburra Yarns on Etsy. I just love the colors!


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