Spring is in the Air Infinity Scarf



Easy infinity scarf pattern. Suitable for confident beginners who are comfortable with DC (US terms) and ready to expand their stitch knowledge.

Spring is most definitely in the air and this infinity scarf will help you transition from winter into spring, and summer into autumn.

The Spring is in the Air Infinity Scarf works up quickly and I found it quite rhythmical and calming to work up. It is made using #3 weight yarn and a 5mm hook there is a lot of drape in this one and it is not too bulky. Wear it on those chillier summer evenings for those strolls along the prom or walking the dogs. Make it for a pre-teen or teenager.

This infinity scarf also looks fabulous in self striping yarn cakes and will require only about 300 yards. If you would like a wider scarf then there is a note on which which rows to repeat.

You can find out more about this scarf or check out the free pattern on my blog here.

Our patterns all share the same layout which is easy to read and easy to find important information you need, such as materials needed, sizing information, gauge information, and special stitches used as well as how to do them. These stitches often come with an accompanying video for further clarification.

easily customisable (institutions are in the pattern). My scarf was 6″ wide by 54″

#4 worsted weight yarn, 1 skein each of Red, White, and Blue (make sure to get at least 300+ yards in each skein)
Size H-5mm hook
Yarn Needle

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