Wednesday, October 19, 2011

quick knit: infinity scarf

Challenging myself to use my stash 
it's really getting me into the mood.

The first few days felt like "being on a diet", but now I am enjoying the process and the end results:
#1 - having less leftover yarn and less clothes in my "to-re-do" pile
#2 - I have few more pieces of clothing that are actually "new"

First: pick the yarn.
Because I wanted a fast knit, I joined together several leftovers until I've got it right to be knitted with 6 mm needles.

Time to knit:
* cast on 59 stitches
* and keep knitting, following the pattern on the picture above, for about 21"
* join the two ends on the wrong side

... voilà!

xox, d.

will party here


  1. Ok, I can totally do this, except the cabling. I need to learn that and then possibly I could totally make this!!

  2. Oh that looks so cozy! And I love the colors that you chose! Have you linked up with Creative Me Monday? It's open all week long and I'd love to have you! The link is:

    Hope to see you there!

  3. Ooh I love! I need to learn to knit or chrochet or something! I mean, I know how to knit, but not well. Anyway! Im your newest follower :) Would love it if you would stop by and share this at my linky party going on right now!!

  4. Your choices of yarn are perfect. They work beautifully together.
    And I love your tape measure. A diet that bring new clothes is a good thing!

  5. that is sooo cute!!!
    How do you find time to knit when you are packing up your life???

  6. I just completed a crocheted, bulky circle scarf! I was in the mood for something I could complete right away and that fit the bill. Love the feeling of completing something. Your scarf is very cute!

  7. Now that is pretty. I love the combination of colors you used.

    Have you linked up with Creative Me Monday? It's open all week long and I'd love to have you! You can link up as many projects as you'd like! The link is:

    Hope to see you there!

  8. Looks so pretty! I love challenging myself and learning how to do new things!

  9. This is so pretty!! I am very new to knitting and currently taking classes. I haven't learned to cable yet, but, can't wait to learn. TFS!!

    Stopping by from T&J's linky party. This is what I shared this week:

  10. I love the combination of yarns. I just crocheted a cowl. I can't wait to wear it. Yours is lovely.


  11. This turned out great! Would you share it here?

  12. So pretty! I used to know how to know... I forgot!

    Have a Great Week!
    ~Rainey~ @ The Project Table

  13. Fabulous idea! Great job. Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  14. Love this idea but I really need to learn to cable first!

  15. This is creative and cute, I'm going to gave it a it..
    Ps: I would love to invite you to join over 50 bloggers plus go PINK FOR CURE on Oct 30th..Painting the blog world pink a day and spreading the word on awarness, hope and faith for Breast Cancer..Would love for you to stop in and have a look..Hope u can join in :)) TY *

  16. What a lovely scarf! Good for you using up your stash! I must try to do that.....

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  17. awesome:) i love it! i need to learn to do that... :)

  18. Very nice! I never think to mix my yarn together like that ... I'm going to look at my stash pile in a whole new way!

  19. thanks for sharing, i'm stopping by from tip junkie and would love to have you stop by my blog and check out the huge ($100) giveaway going on now-

  20. beautiful! Saw this on Tip Junkie, makes me wanna knit!

  21. very nice, love the melange! I keep saying I'm not buying any art supplies until I use up the stash, but it's so hard! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!

  22. so cute!

    found your post via tipjunkie. come visit anytime and follow if you like what you see!




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