The Quick-Stitch Infinity Scarf is a pattern that you can stitch up in a hurry. It works up easily and quickly and can be made in any worsted-weight yarn. It makes a great gift. Make up a few to have on hand for ready-made gifts. You can find my Quick-Stitch Infinity Scarf pattern on Ravelry and Amazon.
I designed a new infinity scarf over the weekend!
The Apple Blossoms Infinity Scarf is reminiscent of spring and the beautiful apple blossoms coming into bloom. The semi-lacy pattern stitch allows this scarf to carry through the seasons – wear it long and lacey for warmer days, doubled up for colder days.
The Apple Blossoms Infinity Scarf takes about 250 yds/230m of worsted-weight yarn, so depending on your yarn choice, it could be made with just one skein of yarn.
Through the end of the day tomorrow, May 29th, you can get this pattern for free on Ravelry by using the coupon code APPLE BLOSSOM. After 11:59 EST May 29th the pattern will no longer be available for free, but it will still be available for purchase on Ravelry and Craftsy.
You can also find all my patterns available for purchase/download on Amazon.
I just finished up teaching a class for my Bellflower Infinity Scarf. When I teach a project class, it gives me a chance to re-make one of my designs in my choice of yarns. The scarf was originally done in Naturally Caron Joy! yarn, which is sadly being discontinued. For the class, I swatched the yarn in lots of different kinds of yarn. Finally I decided to go with 2 skeins of Berroco Flicker that I had in my stash. The scarf is shorter than the original since I was limited on yarn, but it’s still long enough to double. I love this yarn. It’s soft and beautiful with a hint of sparkle. So here’s a picture of the re-make and the original: