I’ve seen infinity. It’s blue.
OK, it’s not only blue. In fact you can have it in any color you like. Thus, here are some infinity scarf projects to really fire up the imagination and help you accessorize. Of course, we have also selected patterns that are not only beautiful, but also quite easy, so that anyone can attempt them. That said, they are highly customizable and fun, and thus veterans will also enjoy digging in. Moreover, because there is so much room for your imagination to roam, you can make each pattern in several versions. Thus, you can truly have scarves that accessorize with everything, or with everyone. Gift idea, hint, hint!
Half n Half Infinity Scarf
So, we open this selection with a bit of infinity that is Half n Half in name and in fact. This is a simple, warm and loose infinity scarf with great potential for wrapping up on a cool fall day. However, it’s the twin colors that really give it its individual flair.
The original pattern and the photos are available on woodsandwool.com:
Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf
So, a bit of infinity wasn’t enough? How about some more? Here is the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf. While it looks deceptively complex and difficult, it is quite easy. In particular it’s great for bunching up as a cowl or a loose fitting scarf.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Moogly blog:
More info about project photographed also on Ravelry.
Coffee Bean Infinity Scarf
In addition to fun and attractive, this kind of scarf can also be quite elegant. To this point, the combination of the bean stitch and the Lion Brand Scarfie yarn in cream and mocha gives this scarf a great cup of java feel. I’m particularly impressed with the soft, luxuriant drape of this scarf over the neck and shoulders.
The original pattern and the photos are available on leftinknots.com blog:
You may also like: