This relatively straightforward knitting pattern makes a strong statement without breaking the bank! Don’t be fooled by its faux cable appearance – this project uses no cable needle and still looks stunning. Plus, this makes a wonderful present idea for everyone on your list (including yourself!). Plus it makes the perfect keepsake.

Faux Cable Infinity Scarf Pattern
When it comes to finding that perfect winter scarf or cowl, look no further. I have created this super soft infinity scarf which can be worn as a scarf, cowl and head wrap with its striking cable pattern making an impactful statement! With big yarn needles this project works up quickly giving instantaneous gratification!

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Evelyn Nemcsok
Evelyn is the brilliant mind behind Knits’ End blog and she designed this lovely infinity scarf pattern. When not knitting away at it she can often be found gardening or visiting libraries!

Faux Cabled Infinity Scarf Pattern
This infinity scarf is constructed using two strands of bulky yarn held together.

Cabling in knitting refers to knitting stitches out-of-order or rearrange them as you knit them, usually by moving a number of stitches from their original needle onto another cable needle and knitting them one after another. With this basic concept in place, there is endless scope for variations based on this basic concept!

Left and right twist stitches are similar in principle, yet may be easier or less intimidating to complete without an extra tool to get caught in. Below you can read an explanation on how to work these techniques.


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