Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Wide Wale Corduroy Infinity Scarf


This is a quick knit and easy for those who love knitting on circular needles. The fat ridges remind me of the wide wale corduroys I had as a teenager.  (in the days when we were not allowed to wear jeans to school, they were the "cool" option).  Enjoy!




Wide Wale Corduroy Infinity Scarf

Yarn:  Soft chunky weight yarn, mine is a silk blend in rusty tweed.  Approximately 150 grams.
Gauge: 12 sts to 4 inches on 6mm (US 10).
Needles:  6mm (US 10) circular 36 inches. (or size to get the gauge)  + stitch marker

Scarf:   Cast on 130 stitches.  Carefully join without twisting (place a marker to mark end of row) and knit 4 rows. 
[Purl 4 rows, Knit 4 rows] repeat this 8 row pattern until 9 purl ridges are completed (9 wide wales).  Cast off loosely all stitches.  Weave in ends.

Wash gently to block.


2 comments:

Beverly Denton said...

What yarn did you use?

chris said...

Hi Beverly. The yarn was a hand dyed, hand spun from a craft show long ago. Sorry, no name for you. Any soft chunky yarn will do for this project.
Chris