RAVELRY UPDATE: FREE INFINITY SCARF PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE

Due to popular demand my free infinity scarf pattern for beginners is now available in my Ravelry shop! Downloading a printable copy of your favorite pattern is now as easy as a click of a button. And don't worry...its still FREE!

FREE RAVELRY INIFINITY SCARF PATTERN

You can access my Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf pattern on Ravelry here. Be sure to check out the rest of my site as well to see what other projects I've been working on.

Thank you everyone for all your positive comments and openess to ask questions. I've really enjoyed reading them and responding. I look forward to more!

If you cast on, be sure to add your project to your own Ravelry page. I love seeing your project pics and you might even get featured on my pattern page. Let me know you've cast on by leaving a comment below or tweeting me @tinselmint and be sure to add me as a friend on Ravelry too! I can't wait to see your progress, happy knitting.

8 comments:

  1. How do you join a new ball of yarn in with this pattern?

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    1. To add in the next ball, stop knitting with your current ball when there is still 6 inches or so of yarn left. You can do this mid row or at the end of a row, it's up to you. Next take your new yarn up leaving a tail about 6 inches long and knit as you were doing before. This may leave a bit of looseness or a gap until you are able to darn the ends in. If you are worried about it unraveling you can tie them in a bow until you get back to them. I usually leave the ends until I'm finished the work and then darn them all in.
      I hope that was helpful. I think this is something I'll have to make a video on at some point.

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  2. Great to see a fellow NB'er with this great knitting blog! We started a knitting group at work (in Alberta) and we are using your pattern. Everyone is very excited to create our own handmade creations.! Thanks for the great detailed instructions. We are very limited to yarn, so they will all be different!

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  3. Using the two needle Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf. Never made an infinity scarf before! Your pattern is very helpful.

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  4. I am new in knitting and I found out that this one is good beginners, I will try to make it and post it, and hope you will help me if I have some problem arises.

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    1. That's so great to hear! I hope you all had fun with your creations!

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