Challah Infinity Scarf Knit Pattern
Challah features lots of twists, turns and textures.
For 3-color variation: Knit with 210 yards of MC, 210 yards of CC1 and 210 yards of CC2 using worsted-weight yarn and 660 yards of lace-weight yarn, 2 strands held together throughout, at a gauge of 17 stitches per 4" using U.S. size 9/5.5mm straight or circular needles.
Finished Measurements are 8" wide and 58" long, measured in a loop.
Designed by Pam Powers.
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December 19, 2015
I just wanted to point out that the yarn estimates given in the description were a little confusing until I actually bought and read the pattern. For both the 3-color and the one color version, the pattern calls for 660 yards lace weight yarn. The worsted weight amounts varied based on the version chosen (different yarns in the pattern). What was really not clear until I read the actual pattern is that the 3-color version uses only ONE color of the lace weight yarn held together with three differing colors worsted weight yarns. You could use all different, but I like having the one lace weight throughout. It makes the color changes a little more subtle and ties them together better. Also, the pattern calls for three size 9 needles since the strips are knit simultaneously and braided as you go, with joins between every section. If you are on a budget and don't have 3 circulars of one size, you could do this with one needle working one strip at a time, placing the other strips on stitch holders if needed.
March 1, 2015
I bought this pattern at a local yarn shop a while back. I did not have any issues with the instructions. It is very easy to make. Everyone loves this scarf, I get tons of compliments.
October 16, 2014
Could you tell me the 3 colors you used for the blue, taupe and beige scarf. I would like to order those!! Thanks! Nancy Hood
September 18, 2014
Hello, I have also had a question regarding the choice of yarn for this pattern before I purchase everything. When Annie's customer service replied to Judith T " Hold one strand of light lace yarn together with one strand of worsted as the pattern is worked." Do you mean on strand of light lace yarn the same color as the worsted yarn? Does that mean we need to purchase 1 hank of CC1, 1 hank of CC2, one hank of MC yarn and then 2 hanks of lace yarn in 3 different matching colors? Sorry I am new to this (and my first language is French) so I am wondering what MC, CC1 and CC2 stands for. I was also wondering if I can substitute the yarn and what you would recommend as I would like to have a blue or teal colored scarf. Thanks in advance :D
Annie's Customer ServiceNathalie - For the 3-color variation MC is main color, CC1 is the first contrasting color CC2 is a second contrasting color of the worsted-weight yarn. You pick one color of lace-weight yarn that goes nicely with the other worsted-weight yarns you have selected.
The scarf is made in sections. You will make one section with the MC worsted-weight yarn and lace-weight yarn held together. You will make a second section with the CC1 worsted-weight yarn and lace-weight yarn held together. You will then make a third section with the worsted-weight yarn and lace-weight yarn held together. These sections are then assembled together to create the scarf.
March 25, 2014
I have the same questions as Jacquelyn M! I wish Customer Service had answered her questions within this review! I would have benefited from it! This is a beautiful scarf! Can't wait to see how it works up.