How to Arm Knit an Infinity Scarf

How to Arm Knit an Infinity Scarf

Hey everyone! Today I'm showing you how to arm knit an infinity scarf! This scarf is my favorite because I could never find an infinity scarf that I really liked, but with this tutorial you can customize the color, width, and length so that it will turn out exactly like you want it to! I also love this pattern because it is one of the quickest and easiest things to make. It only takes me about 20 minutes to make one scarf which is significantly faster than the time it has taken me to attempt to make a scarf by other means (crocheting and normal knitting).

It is also quite cheap, as each scarf only costs about $7 to make, compared to $20 scarves sold by many other stores and companies. Each ball of yarn that I used was about $7 and I only used about half of it, so you can make 2 scarves for only $14 (this does depend on the length and width, as wider and longer scarves will use more yarn).

I typically make my scarves between 4 and 5 feet and between 7 and 9 stitches wide. Keep in mind that over time the scarf will stretch and increase in length so I would make the scarf slightly shorter than you're preferred length.

Model: Cara :)

Music: Carefree Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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