Double Mitered Ripple Infinity Scarf

Double Mitered Ripple Infinity Scarf

Elegant Yarns, Kaleidoscope 100% wool 100g/174 yds 4 balls

Circular knitting needles size 8 and any size medium to large crochet hook.

Double Mitered Ripple Infinity Scarf with photos_1

Provisional Cast on 55 sts. Purl each stitch to last stitch, yarn back, knit last stitch.

Row1: sl1, yarn back, inc-k1, k10, k2tog twice, k10, inc-k1, k1, inc-k1, k10, k2tog twice, k10, inc-k1, k1. = 55 sts.

Row2: sl1, purl to last stitch, yarn back, k1.

Row3: sl1, yarn back, inc-k1, k10, k2tog twice, k10, inc-k1, k1, inc-k1, k10, k2tog twice, k10, inc-k1, k1. = 55 sts.

Row4: sl1, purl to last stitch, yarn back, k1.

Row5: sl1, inc-p1, p10, p2tog twice, p10, inc-p1, yarn back, k1, yarn front, inc-p1, p10, p2tog twice, p10, inc-p1, yarn back, k1. = 55 sts.

Row6: sl1, yarn back, k26, yarn front, p1, yarn back, knit to end.

Row7: sl1, inc-p1, p10, p2tog twice, p10, inc-p1, yarn back, k1, yarn front, inc-p1, p10, p2tog twice, p10, inc-p1, yarn back, k1. = 55 sts.

Row8: sl1, yarn back, k26, yarn front, p1, yarn back, knit to end.

Repeat rows 1-8 to the desired length.

Undo the provisional cast on and place the live stitches on a knitting needle. Make one twist in the length of the scarf then hold the two needles with wrong sides together. Use the Kitchener’s stitch to join the two pieces.

Special instructions:

Provisional Cast On: Make a chain of loose crochet stitches about 6-8 stitches longer than the required stitches. Insert a knitting needle into the ‘bump’ on the back of each chain and pick up a loop of working yarn. The loops will become live stitches when the crochet chain is undone.

inc-k1, insert the right needle knitwise (from left to right) into the right side of the loop in the stitch below the next stitch to be worked and knit that loop, then knit the stitch above that stitch just worked.

Inc-p1, insert the right needle purlwise (from right to left) into the right side of the loop in the stitch below the next stitch to be worked and purl that loop, then purl the stitch above that stitch just worked.

All sl1 stitches are slipped purl wise.

Kitchener’s stitch: (a grafting stitch) 2 sets of live stitches with the same number of stitches on both needles. Thread a tapestry needle with about 36” of the working yarn still attached to the back needle.

The first two steps are the prep steps.

  1. Thread the needle through the 1st stitch on the front needle as if to purl.
  2. Thread the needle through the 1st stitch on the back needle as if to knit.

The next 4 steps are the grafting sequence.

  1. Thread the 1st stitch on the front needle as if to knit, drop the stitch off the needle.
  2. Thread the 2nd stitch on the front needle as if to purl, leave the stitch on the needle.
  3. Thread the 1st stitch on the back needle as if to purl, drop the stitch off the needle.
  4. Thread the 2nd stitch on the back needle as if to knit, leave the stitch on the needle.

Repeat the 4 steps of the grafting sequence for all stitches on the needle. Fasten off.

Double Mitered Ripple Infinity Scarf with photos_2

Pattern created for Elegant Yarns by Bonnie Quinn

OneHappyCamper Designs

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