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Cobblestone Infinity Scarf – Free Knitting Pattern

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Inspiration of the Cobblestone Infinity Scarf

The Cobblestone infinity scarf was inspired as I designed the crocheted “Birthday Sorbet” baby blanket for Mary Maxim. When they shipped me the yarn, they surprised me with a couple of skeins of the Mary Maxim “Purely Soft” yarn and it just screamed to me to be an infinity scarf…so, the Cobblestone Infinity Scarf was born!

When I shared the design with Mary Maxim, they liked it so much that they created a kit from it! If you’d like to check out the kit, please visit: https://shrsl.com/3zdp9 and check out the “Related Kits” section.

About the yarn

The Mary Maxim “Purely Soft” yarn has a squishiness that is simply uncomparable to any other yarn I’ve ever worked with. Have you ever walked down the yarn aisle and just couldn’t stop squishing one particular yarn?? Yep…this is like that! It’s so soft and light!

Each skein has approximately 147 yards / 135 metres and is 70% Premium Acrylic & 30% Polyamide. The skein is 5.3 oz / 150 grams and is a #5 / Bulky weight yarn.

The Cobblestone Infinity Scarf uses size US 10.5 / 6.5 mm knitting needles and uses 2 skeins of the Purely Soft yarn.


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About the Cobblestone Infinity Scarf

The Cobblestone Infinity Scarf is a quick and easy project to work up as a last-minute gift or as a little something to keep yourself warm that uses bulky yarn and large knitting needles, so that it comes together quickly. The Mary Maxim “Purely Soft” yarn used for this scarf is really unique and, I think, is what makes this scarf stand out. It’s very soft and has a gorgeous halo that really adds amazing texture. This pattern is easily adjusted to make larger or smaller, as the stitch pattern is worked in multiples of 2 with a 4 row repeat. To get the same striping effect, there is a color placement chart that shows the color and which row to repeat.


If you prefer a printable pdf that includes a checklist to help keep track of your rows and printable gift tags for gifting your infinity scarf, you can purchase through Ravelry (or add to your favorites or que) or purchase directly through me and save 10% (Valid for US residents only)!

If you’d like to purchase the kit from Mary Maxim that includes a printed pattern and the yarn, please visit: http://shrsl.com/42g6f and check out the “Related Kits”.

Please note that due to this being a digital download, all sales are final and no refunds will be given. Thank you for your support!

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Materials needed:

Measures: 8” x 62” / 20 cm x 157 cm circumference

Gauge: 15 sts x 18 rows = 13 st x 16 rows = 4” x 4” / 10 cm x 10 cm in stockinette stitch – Gauge isn’t critical in this project, but will affect yarn usage

Pattern Difficulty level: Easy

The terms are written using US terminology and I’ve created a video with time stamps to help you along.

If you prefer a printable pdf that includes a checklist to help keep track of your rows and printable gift tags for gifting your infinity scarf, you can purchase through Ravelry (or add to your favorites or que) or purchase directly through me and save 10% (Valid for US residents only)!

If you’d like to purchase the kit from Mary Maxim that includes a printed pattern and the yarn, please visit: http://shrsl.com/42g6f and check out the “Related kits”

Please note that due to this being a digital download, all sales are final and no refunds will be given. Thank you for your support!

Stitches & Terms Used

(Pattern is written in US terms):

Bind off

BOR: Beginning of round

German twist cast on

K: Knit

Kfb: Knit front and back

P2tog: Purl 2 together

Rnd: Round

Notes:

  • This infinity scarf is easily adjustable to any size, as the stitch pattern works in multiples of 2 with a 4 row repeat; please beware that your yarn quantity will vary if you adapt the pattern to a larger or smaller size.
  • Use included color chart to determine color placement for stripes 
  • When working the stripes, do not cut your yarn; instead, carry it up the side
  • To see a video tutorial on how to knit the Cobblestone Infinity Scarf, please visit: https://youtu.be/BSX0fwVegQ0

Directions for Cobblestone Infinity Scarf – Free knitting pattern

Click here to view the video tutorial

Using color A and the German twist cast on method, cast on 194; join in the round being careful not to twist your stitches and use a stitch marker to indicate the BOR.

Set up Rnd: Knit

  • Round 1: Knit
  • Round 2: P2tog around (this will decrease the stitch count by half)
  • Round 3: Kfb in each stitch (this will increase the stitch count to the original cast on amount)
  • Round 4: Knit

Repeat rounds 1-4 using the chart to determine color placement for the stripes.

Bind off knit wise.

Weave in your ends and enjoy!


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I do hope you’ve enjoyed this free knitting pattern! When you’re all done, please take pictures and tag me on social media. @handmadebystacyj or #handmadebystacyj so that I can see your beautiful infinity scarf 🙂

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