Thanks to large knitting needles and t-shirt yarn I was able to complete the infinity scarf I recently posted about in less than a week. Working with the t-shirt yarn was a lot easier than working with typical yarn. I didn’t have to worry about it fraying our accidentally splitting the yarn with the needles; it’s not the ideal yarn though for most projects, i.e. a blanket. While I did have two skeins of Loops & Threads T-shirt Yarn (which is unfortunately discontinued now) on hand to complete the scarf I only needed one skein.
I ended up knitting the scarf twenty-seven inches and then sewed the ends together so that it would be long enough to loop…
Or an ideal length for wearing long.
As for my next yarn project, I’m undecided. It’ll either be a scarf (surprise surprise as those are my favorite things to knit or crochet) or a shrug.
T-Shirt Yarn Infinity Scarf
T-Shirt Yarn (one skein approximately 100 yards)
Knitting Needles: US 19 / 15 MM
Cast on 10 stitches
Row 1: Knit 2, *Purl 2, Knit 2; repeat from * across. Repeat Row 1 until piece measures your desired length (either to loop around your neck or wear long.)
To finish, sew the ends together and weave in the ends of the yarn.