Your question: How many stitches should I cast on for an infinity scarf?

How wide should infinity scarf be?

The width of the scarf is your choice. Most scarves are between 6 and 8 inches. Yours can be skinnier or wider. There is no right or wrong.

How many stitches should I cast on for a scarf?

Cast On Stitches

Cast on 12 stitches. This will give you a scarf that’s almost 5 inches wide, but you can alter the number of stitches for a wider or narrower scarf. There are a many different ways to cast-on. Try the long-tail cast-on or simple wrap cast on.

Do you put a twist in an infinity scarf?

If you don’t twist it, it’s just a floppy tube. A Möbius strip is a construct that only has one side even though it looks like a circle. It’s what makes it infinity.

How many balls of yarn do you need for an infinity scarf?

To make this knit infinity scarf you need 1-2 skeins of wool, depending on the weight and how chunky you want it.

What is the best size knitting needles for a scarf?

If you are a tight knitter, use bigger needles (size 17) or if you are a loose knitter, use smaller needles (size 15). Use whatever size needle it takes so that you make a scarf that is 4 inches to 4.5 inches wide (not wider). You can also adjust the number of stitches to keep your scarf within this size range.

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How many balls of wool do you need to knit a scarf?

You may need approx. 5 or 6 50g balls of wool to make your scarf. You can choose any colour wool, even a multicolour wool. Have fun choosing!

What is the difference between a snood and an infinity scarf?

A snood scarf refers to a scarf that’s tubular, much like a large cowl. It’s similar to an infinity scarf (a looped scarf that sits around the neck), but a snood sits higher on the neck and often acts as a hood.

What is a infinity scarf?

: a scarf that has the form of a loop without ends and that is typically worn around the neck If you give me the choice between a traditional scarf and an infinity scarf, I’ll always choose the latter.