How long should I knit an infinity scarf?

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How long and wide should an infinity scarf be?

Measure your fabric in a rectangle shape to the length and width you want; we chose 60″ long x 40″ wide, as a 60″ infinity scarf can usually be wrapped twice around the neck for a nice, close fit. Because we’re making a double-layered scarf, the width needs to be cut twice as wide as the scarf’s final dimension.

How many stitches do you need for an infinity scarf?

Simple Infinity Scarf. This is basically a long scarf, stitched together to form a loop. Cast on 60 sts.

How long should a loop scarf be?

The length your scarf can be is up to you. If you’d prefer a cowl, go for roughly 80cm and if you’d prefer a snood you can wrap around twice, try 160cm. Wrap the scarf around yourself every so often to see what feels comfortable and keep knitting until you can’t take the cold any longer!

How many balls of yarn do you need for an infinity scarf?

To make this knit infinity scarf you need 1-2 skeins of wool, depending on the weight and how chunky you want it.

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How wide should I make an infinity scarf?

How long should an infinity scarf be? Around 60 inches is great for knit fabrics, especially if they are not bulky (like here), any width of fabric from 55″ onwards will be fine.

Do you put a twist in an infinity scarf?

If you don’t twist it, it’s just a floppy tube. A Möbius strip is a construct that only has one side even though it looks like a circle. It’s what makes it infinity.

How much should I cast on for a scarf?

If you are a beginner knitter, you should make a relatively small scarf, enough to keep you warm, but avoid making it so wide that it takes too long to knit. If you are knitting with worsted weight yarn and size 8 to 10 needles, you’ll need to cast on 30 to 40 stitches for a nice-sized scarf.

How do you end a loop scarf in knitting?

Fold your scarf in half with the right sides together. Line up the cast-on edge with the cast-off edge. Thread your darning needle with yarn. Neatly sew the ends together and weave in any loose yarn ends.