This seed stitch infinity scarf is my favorite fall/winter accessory! This is easily the hand knit item I wear the most out of everything I’ve ever made. So warm and cozy, plus it’s an instant gratification type project.
Did you catch my last blog post Learn to Knit in Less than an Hour? If not, be sure to check it out because it’s worth learning to knit just to make this seed stitch infinity scarf! It’s an easy DIY knitting project perfect for beginners that yields the most gorgeous result.
Seriously, when you wear this, everyone is going to ask you where you got it, and when you tell them you made it, they’re going to ask you to make them one, too! Enough requests and you’ll start to consider launching your own knitwear shop on Etsy. Then you’ll be buying all the stock of Lion Brand WoolEase Thick & Quick at your local craft store. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. But first, let’s learn the stitch pattern you need to know to make this fabulous seed stitch infinity scarf.
Seed Stitch requires the knowledge of knit stitch and purl stitch. If you need a refresher on those, check out this post first.
How to Seed Stitch.
To work seed stitch, cast on an even number of stitches. In the video, I cast on 12 stitches.
Row One & all odd rows: K1P1 to end.
Row Two & all even rows: P1K1 to end.
Be sure to scroll to the bottom for the scarf pattern! And here’s a video to help you get started.
Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf Pattern
- Materials: Size 13 Straight Needles, Yarn Needle (for weaving in the ends & sewing ends together), Scissors, 2 Skeins Lion Brand WoolEase Thick & Quick
- Cast On 18 Stitches
- Row 1 (and all odd rows): K1P1* Repeat to end
- Row 2 (and all even rows): P1K1* Repeat to end.
- Leave enough yarn to sew the two ends of the scarf together with a yarn needle.
- Wrap up! You have made a beautiful seed stitch infinity scarf that will keep you cozy all winter long!