Kaleidoscope Infinity Scarf

Kaleidoscope Infinity Scarf
Kaleidoscope Infinity Scarf

"Do you have Caron Cakes but don't know what to make with them? Then this Infinity cowl is a must try. It takes less than a skein and makes a statement accessory. It is worked as a long rectangle and seamed at the ends. If you like color block scarves, you can avoid joining the ends and use it as it is. This infinity scarf will look great in any colorway that has a bold contrast and not subtle color changes. The pattern uses a lacy stitch to give this scarf the much needed drape for a double layered infinity."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love self striping yarns, especially the cake types. There are so many different ones on the market now. Basically, every brand has their own version and I love how they vary in color. I also love how many patterns I see that use these yarns because it makes it easy to figure out what you should make with them. I am glad this pattern uses Caron cakes since it is my favorite because it actually has wool content and I love the lace stitch used in this pattern. It really works nicely with the color changes.

Adorable name and pattern. I really like multiple colors in scarves because then it matches with everything.

I dont have any Caron Cakes, but I did just pick up some Sweet Rolls on sale (three for $10). I still havent worked anything with self-striping yarn, so this is a definitely possibility for me. The pattern is made light and lacy by incorporating the Shell Stitch, which makes it repetitive and easy to work. Having to never change color is a huge plus.

If you haven't worked with the Caron Cakes yarn yet, I am telling you that you will absolutely love it! It is like no other. Even the way it is packaged is special and unique. All the names are dessert themed. It is so soft and squishy but it is not a bulky yarn. It's just perfect for so many projects- from cowls, infinities, afghans, shawls, baby blankets... I cannot get enough of this yarn and I hope you have the chance to work something up soon! This is a very nice looking scarf using the shell stitch of course.


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