As we have mentioned many times the scarves are super cool accessories nowadays and they can really enhance our style also they can keep your neck toasty warm during the cold days.
Infinity scarves are a real hit those days and if you love to DIY there is one amazing tutorial that we love to share with you. If you want to be proud of your self making something stylish and something very cool than you need to see below and learn how to make infinity scarf. Enjoy!
What you will need:
yarn (If you want a chunkier scarf, use a thicker yarn).
crochet hook in a size K
Also here is good to share with you one amazing trick: in order to get the end of the yarn, stick your hand into the left side of the yarn ball and pull out the little bundle you feel. source
You should start out by making a slip knot with about five inches at the end. Then, stick your slip knot onto the end prong of your loom.
Let’s number our prongs. All the ones closest to you at the bottom will be odd numbers and the top row will be even numbers.
Now grab your string that’s attached to the ball of yarn and put it in between prongs 1 and 3. Wrap it clockwise around prong 1 and bring it up in between prongs 2 and 4.
Wrap it counterclockwise around prong 2 and bring it down in between prongs 2 and 4. Repeat this figure 8 pattern until you get to the desired width of your scarf. For this one, the author uses 13 prongs.
Once you get to your last even prong, bring it back in between the last two odd prongs you used.
Push all the yarn loops on the pegs to the bottom. Then, continue wrapping your string again, now going from the right end of the loom to your left.
Wrap the string counterclockwise against the last odd peg and then bring it in between the 2nd and 3rd to last even pegs. Your last even peg will only have one layer. Continue the figure 8 pattern all the way to the where you began.
Once you get back to the end, wrap the string between pegs 2 and 4 and hold it there, as pictured
Starting from left to right,take the bottom yarn loop and bring it over the top one, completely taking the bottom loop off of the peg.
Continue this process for every peg, except for the your last even peg (since it only has one loop).
This is what your loom should look like after taking off the bottom layer of yarn loops. source
Now that you’re left with one layer of yarn loops at the top, push them all to the bottom again. Repeat this process again and again until you get your desired length. Remember, there will always be one peg with only one yarn loop when you go to hook them, so don’t freak out. Leave that single yarn loop alone!
Don’t forget to remove your slip knot from the peg after doing a couple of rows
Attach both ends together using a flat seam and your knitting needle. Congratulations! You just made an infinity scarf
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