Sunday 1 December 2019

Snowflake infinity scarf: available now in my Ravery store!

Hello! I'm getting December off to a great start by republishing a design that had its debut at the start of 2017 in I Like Knitting magazine: the Snowflake infinity scarf.

The Snowflake infinity scarf features a tessellating snowflake design based on traditional Scandinavian knitting. The infinity scarf is designed to be long enough to wrap round the neck twice for extra warmth, and is knitted as a long tube in the round with the pattern being incorporated using stranded colourwork. The tube is seamed at the end after blocking.

The Snowflake pattern is provided as both a chart and as written instructions.

The sample is knitted in Rico Essentials Soft Merino Aran,* which is a beautiful soft yarn, perfect for wearing next to the skin.

From now until the end of the year, you can use the code SNOWFLAKE to get the Snowflake infinity scarf for a special introductory price: 50% off until 11.59pm GMT December 7th; then 25% off until the end of December (all time zones).

Want to cast on straight away? You can find full details below, and on the Ravelry pattern page, which can be found here.


One size: 33 cm tube circumference x 155.5 cm length circumference (13.25 in tube circumference x 62 in length circumference)

20 sts and 17 rnds = 10 cm (4 in) in pattern worked in the rnd on 5 mm (US 8) needle(s) after wet blocking, or size needed to obtain correct tension gauge before blocking is 20 sts and 20 rnds to 10 cm (4 in)

Aran-weight yarn in the following colours and amounts:
Colour A: 370 m (405 yds)
Colour B: 350 m (385 yds)

5 mm (US 8) circular needle 30 cm (12 in) in length
Set of four 5 mm (US 8) DPNs at least 20 cm (8 in) in length

3 stitch markers, of which one should be a different colour to mark the beginning of the round
Tapestry needle

Skill Level

Pattern notes
The sample is knitted in Rico Essentials Soft Merino Aran, 100 m (109 yds) per 50 g ball, 100% virgin wool in 028 Jeans (Colour A) and 060 Natural (Colour B).

This pattern was first published in the February 2017 issue of I Like Knitting Magazine.

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