Infinity scarves may just be the best thing that ever happened to Fall and Winter fashion. They are stupid simple to wear, they keep you toasty warm and they can be warn by anyone, regardless of age. This pattern is for a chunky, ribbed infinity scarf with a mobius twist. I know it sounds like alot, but it will probably be one of the easiest things you have ever had to knit. In fact, you might just end up knitting a bunch for holiday presents!
Size 13 needles
Super chunky yarn – 6 weight (I used Loops & Threads Country Loom in Driftwood)
CO 18 sts
All Rows: K1, P1
Repeat until you reach your desired length (I used all 104 yards of my yarn)
Bind off you project and create a mobius twist by holding your project flat and rotating one end so there is a single twist in your scarf. It may seem unnecessary now, but the twist helps it look better when looped over your head.
Sew your project’s ends together, keeping this twist in your scarf. Weave in your ends and cut the excess yarn.
Ta-da! Now wrap that bad boy around your neck twice and you are ready to go. Easy peasy.
It’s that time of year again! The time of year where it is MONTHS out from the winter holiday season and everyone is lookin’ at me weird for my holiday knitting projects. But that’s the way us knitters have to roll, am I right? Handmade gifts, decor, and other holiday knick knacks don’t just make themselves over night!
SO! For my first project of the season, I am making my boyfriend and I some stockings to hang up at our new home. Now, I have never knitted any kind of sock before (honestly, I think they take too long and they don’t seem much fun), so for this project, I am using my own special mash up of several patterns from this vintage knitting book.
If I haven’t mentioned it before, I am a big fan of taking similar patterns and creating Frankenstein’s monster. (FYI, in this case Frankenstein’s monster is really, really cute!) Essentially, I am taking the cuff of one, the body of the other, and then duplicate stitching our names on to each one! Pictures to come when complete! Stay tuned for more holiday knits!
Happy holidays everyone! Let’s get the season rolling by knitting up my super easy and quick Santa hat beanie!
This pattern makes a size small/medium/large hat.
- Small will fit pre-teens, little teens, and overall tiny people
- Medium will fit most adults.
- Large is big enough to fit on my boyfriend’s rather huge head. (Haha <3)
Small instructions will be denoted with a “S”, medium will marked with a “M”, and large with a “L”.
Super Chunky/Bulky Yarn (I used Loops & Threads – Cozy Wool in Fleece & Claret)
1 size 8 circular needle and/or 4-5 size 8 double point needles
A tapestry needle
Pom-pom maker or supplies to make one
CO 61 sts (S), 65 sts (M) or 73 sts (L) of your white yarn
Join in the round by using an invisible join. Here’s a video if you do not know how or would like a refresher!
You should now have 60 or 64 or 72 sts joined in the round.
R1-R12: *K2, P2
Cut your white working yarn, leaving about 12 inches. Change your yarn to your red.
(Small start here)
R27: *K8, K2tog
(Large start here)
R29: *K7, K2tog
(Medium start here)
R31: *K6, K2tog
R33: *K5, K2tog
R35: *K4, K2tog
R37: *K3, K2tog
R39: *K2, K2tog
R41: *K1, K2tog
Cut your working yarn at about 12 inches from the hat. Use your tapestry needle and insert the yarn through the remaining sts in a circular pattern and pull tight. Pop your yarn through the whole and weave your ends in on the inside off the hat.
Make your pom-pom using whatever method you see fit & attach the pom-pom to the top of your hat. Here’s a video of one method of making your pom-pom & attaching it.
Dang! What a good looking Santa! You’re just about ready for the North Pole!
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