Thursday, October 30, 2014

Infinity Scarf

I saw this infinity scarf on Ravelry and thought it looked interesting, so I bought the pattern and made it.

It was easy to knit although it was a bit fiddly keeping all the strips in order. I am happy with the outcome but getting a good photo once again eludes me.

First I tried putting it on a limb of a spruce tree.
It just hung limp and lifeless.

It needs to be on an object, I thought, so I put it on Garden Frog.

That didn't look very good so I put it on my dog Lucy.

It didn't show up very well. It needs to be on a chocolate lab or maybe a black lab.

Since a pumpkin was handy, I tried it on that next.

Nope. Still doesn't look very good.

So I brought out my child size (2T) mannequin.


This infinity scarf is interesting whether it's folded double or hangs straight. It's just difficult to see in a photo.
Well, my photos that is.

Here's a link to the pattern on Ravelry.


  1. Wow, you really are a knitter now!
    I'll bet it looks smashing on you. (lucy is pretty cute though)

  2. Such an interesting scarf, I've never seen anything like it before, looks like it was a fun project. And the best modeled photo goes to Lucy!

  3. Damn that dog for being the wrong colour! :-) She looks quite content with it on though, my Lab would have eaten it.
    I happen to think the scarf is perfectly draped in each photo. It looks amazing! I really shouldn't be looking at another knitting pattern yet but this looks so snuggly!

  4. I love the scarf! I've always wanted to make an infinity scarf. Your pictures trying to get a good picture are too funny. I made a cowl a couple weeks ago and was thinking I need to take a picture of it but am not sure how. Maybe my son can model it?

  5. It looks great! I love the different colors and textures. And I agree with Rachel...the modeled photo was the best!;)

  6. I think you got some good photos! And it looks so beautiful and warm!