Finally! I wanted to knit this infinity scarf for about a year! Some weeks ago I found the perfect yarn for it. A shame you can’t touch it because it’s extremely cosy and warm!
How to knit an infinity scarf
I think it’s not for 100% an infinity scarf as it is not closed. But I call it an infinity scarf. As you can see on the picture it is quite simple to knit. I knitted a small but bold scarf with two button holes on one side. It is as long as it had to be to encompass my neck (buttons to holes). On the top of the scarf I knitted a new line of stitches out of the side of the scarf.
Buying buttons online?
Hell on earth… I started looking for buttons on the internet. Awful! In terms of shopping I’m the cliche of a guy. Do not confuse me with too much products, colors and styles… Every shop like Etsy has trillions of different buttons, each of them in different sizes. I knew I wanted buttons with an anchor or in the shape of an anchor. It took me lots of hours finding these wooden buttons on Dawanda. I love these buttons! The anchor has a relation to my almost hometown Hamburg as the harbor is a very important part of the city and it’s history.
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