30 Minute Infinity Scarf

Arm knit your scarf, it’s easy!
When I stumbled upon 30 Minute Infinity Scarf tutorial by Audra from “The Kurtz Corner” I got very enthusiastic about this fabulous idea. Since then I’ve been so hooked on this method of knitting that I can’t recall how many times I’ve made this fluffy scarf. I’m sure that it’s the easiest and the most fun way to start your adventure with knitting. Since it's still a bit cold outside, we’ve decided to show you a bit altered version of the tutorial. Our idea was to make it even more helpful, so we used knitter’s perpective. Will you try your hand at arm knitting? We hope that our video will inspire you to give it a go. Tell us about your scarves and share your photos below!

What you need:


  • Two hands

Supplies / ingredients:

  • for double Infinity Scarf – 4 skeins of super bulky yarn (each skein should be around 40 m/130 ft/44 yd long and weigh approx. 100 g/0.25 lbs)
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218 thoughts on “30 Minute Infinity Scarf

  1. LeviLindsey31 says:

    It’s beautiful but I’ve still got a problem… When you reach the end of the two first skeins, how do you start knitting with the two other ones?

  2. BrianneRexford5 says:

    Cudowny pomysł! Ale mam problem ze znalezieniem odpowiedniej włóczki. Jaka jest jej grubość? Może nazwa lub firma, która ją produkuje. Gdzie można taką dostać? Bardzo proszę o odpowiedź :)

  3. Karina Haczek says:

    hej Marlena :) wszystkie nasze szaliki robiliśmy z włóczki Combo firmy Himalaya – kupisz ją bez problemu przez internet :) pozdrawiamy!

  4. Karina Haczek says:

    so nice to hear that :) will you show us your scarf? you can post your picture below comments :)

  5. Judith says:

    Great to do on a long air flight!!! … to take away the boredom … and no knitting needles required … just have to be sure you know what to do without watching the video. Very clever and so cosy for the winter!

  6. Karina Haczek says:

    great to hear that you appreciate our work :) hope to see a photo of your scarf here @Judith :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    I would like to make one for a toddler. If I shortened the length would that be suitable?

  8. Karina Haczek says:

    sure it would, you can also reduce the width of the scarf :) show us your work when you’re done :)

  9. Scromple says:

    I just completed one tonight while watching some old Doctor Who reruns. Tom Baker and his multi coloured scarf was a little extra inspiration… My wife was very amused when I stopped in to buy some wool this afternoon. Could only get 44 meters @ 75 grams though. Still came out quite well. Thicker arms and thinner wool made for some larger loops. But it goes tripled on her, so it’s all good.

  10. Karina Haczek says:

    whoop whoop for Arm Knitting Man! we’re so proud of you and we would love to see your work :) would you be so kind and post a photo below? greets

  11. dave from new zealand says:

    looking forward to making this, going to be looking for yarn this week, have been telling my mates about this and also this website, because its more fun with friends :D
    ill post pics once im finished :D

  12. Scromple says:

    Thanks for the instruction, couldn’t have done without it. Picture is already down the bottom. The lovely lady from China, who I made it for, is modelling the finished scarf.

  13. Karina Haczek says:

    looks gorgeous! thanks for posting the pic @Scromple :) are you planning to make more scarves? ;)

  14. dave from new zealand says:

    one question, would you be able to use two diff colours in the main knit? or would it be too much of a jumble of knots to make it work?

  15. Karina Haczek says:

    we tried it and worked – the scarf looked chunkier :) all you need to do is to separate the skeins to protect them from tangling (you can use buckets or bowls – skeins will easily unwind inside)

  16. Karina Haczek says:

    it’s important to use thick and super bulky yarn; the other thing you can do is to tighten each stitch by pulling the working yarn. let us know if it helps :) greets

  17. Scromple says:

    Ahhh.. Yes. My friends birthday is in a couple of weeks, she asked if she could have one in black. So I just need to find a nice bit of bit of wool blend for that. Also had an idea earlier tonight for a more frilly version, not sure if it will work out ok, but will pick up some stuff for that later this week. So there are most likely some more pics to come later this week/next weekend. Will see how it goes.

  18. Karina Haczek says:

    pics are always welcome! :) it’s so inspiring for us to see your work :) waiting to hear how it goes :)

  19. Scromple says:

    So I did some digging around in the store looking for a fairly light ball and came up with a blend that was only 50g on a 40m ball, as well as some frilly stuff. The frilly stuff is a synthetic product by Moda Vera called Jazz. There is a sparkly version of it called Tinka too. So picked up all the supplies in black.

    Added a picture already. No model this time, just a fairly close up shot of the back scarf on a white background. Was try to show the frilly/sparkly bits.

    Anyways… There you have it, a minor addon to your original.

  20. Karina Haczek says:

    don’t be so modest ;) we really like your version – your scarf would make a perfect addition to an evening wear :) keep up the good work! greets

  21. Anonymous says:

    You must go to the bathroom first, and take off your watch and big rings before you start.
    Enjoy it!!

  22. Alice says:

    What brand is the yarns that you were using in the video from? Where do you buy it? I live in Toronto, Canada. Thank you for the video girls, simple and clear!

  23. Karina Haczek says:

    Thanks for your feedback :) We used Turkish brand named Combo Himalaya – it’s a wool acrylic blend but I’m not sure if it’s available in your country. You should look for skeins that are approx. 44 yd long and weigh 100 g. Hope this helps :) greets

  24. Nina says:

    I can’t seem to find any yarn thick enough to work with this tutorial. Could you please recommend something in the US other than Combo Himalaya? Thank you!

  25. Karina Haczek says:

    Hi Nina :) We live in Europe, so it’s hard for us to recommend you something in the US but try to look for skeins that are 44 yd long and weigh around 100 g. Greets :)

  26. Anonymous says:

    Love this tutorial!! Made a scarf the other day and it came out great except my stitches came out loose and were not as tight as I would have liked them to be. If you have any tip as to how I could fix this please let me know.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Love this tutorial!! Made a scarf the other day and it came out great except my stitches came out loose and were not as tight as I would have liked them to be. If you have any tip as to how I could fix this please let me know.

  28. Karina Haczek says:

    It’s important to use thick and super bulky yarn; the other thing you can do is to tighten each stitch by pulling the working yarn. Hope this helps :) greets

  29. tanjakris says:

    My 7 year-old daughter watched this with me and she knitted three scarfs… one for herself and couple to friends :)

  30. Karina Haczek says:

    Great news! We’re dying to see them on our website, and we’re so proud of your Little Hand Knitter :) Greets for both of you :)

  31. MG says:

    the description says that you need 4 skeins of yarn, but in the video I only see two. Do you have to knot two skeins together? Or how do I attach the other two ?

  32. Gaba Banas says:

    It depends on how long your scarf will be. For a not-wrap version of the infinity scarf, two skeins will be enough, for a longer one you will need four. You just need to attach another skein with a simple knot and go on according to steps.Cheers! :)

  33. blablabla says:

    I bought one yarn of wool with 40m/100gr. then I saw that I need one of 100m/150g. If I buy those meters of wool do I have to buy to yarns to make the scarf? because I started to do it and the yarn finished in no time… :c

  34. Anonymous says:

    I found a couple of options at Walmart in California yesterday that were 100g and between 44-65 yards. Poly blends. I think they should work. Between $4-6 per skein

  35. Marta D says:

    Hej, mam pytanie :) jak skonczą się te 2 włóczki po 40 m to jak potem to połączyć z kolejnymi dwoma włóczkami po 40 m?? Jest to gdzieś pokazane na tym filmiku? Bo nie chce zacząć bojąc się, że bede miała ręce w wełnie a skończy mi się włóczka i nie bede wiedziała jak połączyć :) Pozdrawiam

  36. Gaba Banas says:

    Hej Marta! Musisz po prostu przywiązać kolejne włóczki. Zrób węzeł, mocno zaciśnij i dziergaj dalej :) Nie pokazaliśmy tego na filmiku niestety. Dasz radę to zrobić pomimo zajętych rąk :) Serdecznie pozdrawiamy i życzymy powodzenia i oczywiście czekamy na zdjęcie gotowego szala! :)

  37. Marta D says:

    ja znalazlam na allegro :) wpisz Combo Himalaya w wyszukiwarce allegro i znajdziesz dokładnie taką samą włóczkę jak jest na filmiku :) szkoda, że niestety nie wysyłają oni produktów za granicę :( ja muszę szukać w uk gdzieś :( niestety kolory tutaj są beznadziejne :( Pozdrawiam :)

  38. C Nancy Ss says:

    i love it and i cant wait to try it but how many rows should i do? i understand to cast on 12 to start but that is the first row. how many rows should i do total?

  39. handimania says:

    Dear C Nancy, Cast on 10-12 stitches (don’t forget to leave about 2m long tail before you start), then knit on until you can see you have about 1,5m of yarn left, finish your work and join both ends of scarf to make a cowl :)

  40. handimania says:

    You need 4 skeins 40m each of bulky or super bulky yarn. You knit with two strands at a time. When you finish with your first two skeins, simply tie another 2 to it and keep on knitting until you have about 1.5 tail left. Cast off and join both ends of scarf. Good Luck!

  41. handimania says:

    Po pierwsze: nie kupuj czystej wełny bo będzie kiepska w utrzymaniu. Do takich akcesoriów najlepsze są włóczki mieszanki wełny z akrylem typ bulky lub super bulky.
    W każdej pasmanterii lub w internetowym sklepie powinien być spory wybór marek i kolorów tego typu włóczek. Pozdrawiam i życzę udanego dziergania na rękach!

  42. Anonymous says:

    I found super bulky yarn from walmart for 9.99$..Bernat is the brand and its 10.5 oz/300g/258 yds/234m and thats 1 ball so u dont even need the whole ball! Its super soft and affordable…just an FYI :)

  43. Gaba Banas says:

    You can try, but I’m afraid that scarf will be too thin. If you decide to try let us know how it went. Cheers!

  44. Anonymous says:

    Just made one thanks for the tutorial. My wife enjoyed teasing me as I made it but was happy with the result :)

  45. Cindi says:

    you can use any yarn that says super bulky #6. Bernat makes a blanket yarn that is very soft and would be perfect for this project.

  46. Anonymous says:

    Mine wound up much looser knit due to having large hands, thick wrists, and not tightening the stitches much in the interest of being able to get it off my wrists. I’m going to look at possibly using 4 strands of #6 instead of only 2 or finding a thicker yarn.

  47. Beginnerme says:

    How many times do you repeat on each hand? I followed the video exactly, but my scarf is only a few inches wide. They must be repeating on each hand much more than showed on the video.

  48. LizaL says:

    HI, i am trying to identify the diameter on the yarn.. is 5mm too small compared to the one you’ve shown?

  49. Gaba Banas says:

    For short version of Infinity Scarf 2 skeins will be enough, for longer one (the one that is in the pictures above) you will need 4. Cheers! :)

  50. Anonymous says:

    Same. I gave up after two rows and just made one out of large needles instead. It doesn’t have the loopy look her’s does but at least it’s not falling apart like mine was. Very disappointed.

  51. scarflover says:

    I love the pink/purple/black yarn shown in the picture! I’d love to have my scarf with those colours. Which is the brand and details of that yarn?

  52. Tova Brink says:

    Gdzie kpić taką grubą włóczkę? Świetny tutorial na zrobienie komina i wcale nie trzeba mieć jakichś super umiejętności ^^

  53. Susan Z. says:

    not really. that said if you use 3 strands of bulky (as opposed to 1 of super bulky) you can do this, but that means 3x the yarn of what is in the instructions. I did that with a lilac, orchid and a black yarn together for a fun twist.

  54. Ammber h says:

    This is a great idea i have tried a few ways an can not get mine tight an it looks silly!? suggestions welcome

  55. Anonymous says:

    A good idea for Xmas presents,I’d like to do it but thiner..i just can start with 9 rows? How much is it long at the end?And when i’ll finish my first ball how can i pass to the other??…thanks

  56. Anonymous says:

    Wow, I made this today, and it really doesn’t take more than 30 minutes! So happy with the result, and really handy tutorial!! Love it!!!

  57. Firecat says:

    This is awesome! I’m just a little confused though. How many rows is it to make it that length? Thanks!

  58. Gaba Banas says:

    @Ammber, you need to tie it harder when you switch a loop on another wrist. You can do this, don’t give up! Cheers!

  59. KK says:

    I got a huge ball of yarn which is plenty for one scarf. How do you get it to be two strings of working yarn for this project?

  60. Anonymous says:

    I just made my first one tonight! It’s a lot easier if you use two skeins of yarn or four if you want a really wide scarf like the one in the pic.

  61. handimania says:

    For such a long scarf as in our video you need 80m of yarn. Measure up this quantity from one skein 3times and use as one, chunky string to knit. Or, what’s much easier use three skeins of 80m yarn at once. Good luck!

  62. handimania says:

    Bulky or super bulky of any brand you like. 2 or three skeins knitted at once to make the scarf even chunkier!

  63. handimania says:

    Bulky or super bulky of any brand you like. 2 or three skeins knitted at once to make the scarf even chunkier! There are plenty yarns like this to get online, just look for bulky or super bulky :)

  64. handimania says:

    Yep, you can cast on 9 loops and finish with 30-33 rows, that should be enough for such a long scarf. To make a single snood, make it 10rows long :)

  65. handimania says:

    W każdej pasmanterii lub sklepie online. Szukaj grubej włóczki, bulky lub super bulky i przerabiaj z 2ch lub trzech motków jednocześnie.

  66. handimania says:

    cast on 12 loops and knit through 12 on each hand, just like on the video. It should work:) Good luck!

  67. Courtney Taylor says:

    Ok thank you, just wanted to know because I didn’t know for sure. But thank you for letting me know.

  68. Heather says:

    Find the end coming from the i side of the skein and the one loose on the outside. Put it in a heavy bowl or a bucket or box or trash can and pull both of those ends simultaneously. :-)

  69. Anonymous says:

    I get stuck once I get to the point of looping my first loop to my left hand. How do you get it to tighten around like she does? @ 2:15

  70. Anonymous says:

    It def it more than twice on each hand. It seems like several. I will plan on going till I feel like it is long enough. 2 times on each hands makes it big enough for my dog.

  71. Anonymous says:

    I would like to try this, but the instructions do not address how to change from one skein to the next (or do you only use one, just double strands of super bulky or 4 of bulky, so there is no joining?) Thanks for answering — this looks like fun!

  72. Bobbi D says:

    Sorry I have NEVER attempted to knit of any kind :( Please tell me how much total yarn, (in as simple terms as possible) I need to make this scarf as I am really trying my hand at it for my daughter in law :) Please help me out. Thank you

  73. Kristy says:

    Love this! It took me 1.5hrs on my first one (the light blue/dk blue in the pics below). I bet my second+ won’t take as long now that I know what I’m doing. Realized I was looping the wrong direction, which made it more loose than it should have been, but still turned out great!

  74. Kristy says:

    When you buy a skein (the bundle of yarn you see her holding in the pics), it says on the packaging how many yards are in the bundle. If you get 2 skeins that are 80 or so yards, you’ll only need 2 and not 4. Hope that helps!

  75. Grapril says:

    Just did this. It took longer than 30 minutes, but I haven’t knitted for close to 25 years! The yarn I had was much thinner (even though it said “super bulky”) but I’m still pleased with the results. My biggest hang up was not getting the first row too tight. Will definitely do this again! (I’d post a pic, but I don’t see where to do that!)

  76. Gaba Banas says:

    @Magdoosh, ta włóczka akurat miała sporą domieszkę akrylu. Sprawia on, że włóczka się nie mechaci tak jak czysta wełniana. Pozdrawiamy!

  77. Gaba Banas says:

    About 30-33 rows. We tried it on when we finished whole skeins. It was perfect and it has 30 rows. So it’s optimal amount, but all depends on the thickness of the yarn and your wrists ;) Hope it will help, cheers!

  78. Gaba Banas says:

    @ Grapril, We’re proud of you! You can post some pics below comments section. There is a gallery of users’ scarves :) Cheers!

  79. Gaba Banas says:

    @Kristy, thanks for your hint! Sometimes we don’t have enough time for answering…:] We’re very grateful for your help!

  80. Gaba Banas says:

    Użyliśmy 4 włóczek po 100 g, łączy się je normalnym węzłem. Chyba, że chce Pani zrobić krótszą wersję komina. Wtedy wystarczą dwie włóczki. Pozdrawiamy! :)

  81. Gaba Banas says:

    For the longer one we used 4 skeins of super bulky yarn (we knitted with two skeins at once), then we simply attached next two skeins by making a simple knot. Hope it helps! Cheers! :)

  82. Gaba Banas says:

    It depends on the yarn length. We used four, but each one was 44yd long. If you have longer skeins, two will be enough for one scarf.

  83. Tjhuga says:

    Harder as in “tighter around the wrist”, or with less yarn between the wrists? And where should I pull to tighten it, the working yarn or the other wrist?

  84. Gaba Banas says:

    @Tjhuga, you need to do both those things, tie harder around the wrist and leave less yarn between the wrists. Pull the working yarn, for the best effect – after making each stitch. I hope it helps. If need more tips, just ask us :) Cheers

  85. Gaba Banas says:

    Niestety my póki co nie opracowaliśmy do tego tutoriala, ale na pewno w przyszłości to zrobimy :) Proszę poszukać w sieci, może się coś znajdzie :) Pozdrawiamy!:)

  86. Bianca says:

    im searching for the yarn, but can’t find anything like that. all yarns are smaller :( Do you know somehow where i can get this yarn (maybe in germany)?

  87. Joanne says:

    I am just a little confused by this reply since it refers to using 3 skeins at once. From what I see in the video, only 2 are used at a time. Am I missing something?

  88. Gaba Banas says:

    You’re right, we used 2 at a time. Third skein is only a an option, if you want to make thicker scarf. Cheers!

  89. Gaba Banas says:

    Maybe you should search on Polish online shops. Some of them are translated to German, so you wouldn’t have any problem with making an order. Cheers!

  90. Blanca says:

    Hi! I’m trying to do this but I would like to know the measure in milimitres that the “bulky” type has. That is to say, here in Spain the thinckness of the wool is mesured taking on account the milimitres that the knitting needle has, for example the Wool Katia Canada is 100g in weight, 75m in lenght and the mesure of the knitting needle is between 7 and 8mm. Would be the Katia Canada a good choice for this scarf? I’m a begginer in this field of knitting so I would appreciate your help. Thank you in advance :)

  91. Gaba Banas says:

    @Blanca, for yarn we used you should have 12 mm needles, so our yarn is much thicker than this one you mentioned in comment. Hope it will help you. Cheers!

  92. Maggy says:

    Hi! Coolest stuff here, congratulations!!

    I´m gonna try it, for sure. Can you just please tell me the length or the scarf or the number of rows?! I really gonna make it, its going to be a christmas present <3

    Thank you so much, I´ll keep folowing :)

  93. Heather McCoy says:

    Okay, so it’s been a while since I even tried to knit or crochet, I used to be really good. This though, is like a new world to me right now. I see the technique and how to do it… I thought I was doing it right but your scarf in the video has actual stitches you can see. Mine is just like straight rows of the yarn one after another. I tried un doing and re doing multiples times. But I can’t see anyhing you’re doing different then me! Do you know how to fix this, or what I’m doig wrong?

  94. Gaba Banas says:

    @Heather, it’s hard to tell what you’re doing wrong if you’re following our steps…;) hmm maybe check one more time if you create stitches exactly like us. Don’t give up and let us know how it went! Cheers!

  95. Anonymous says:

    How long does the scarf has to be before I connect the ends? And when I take four skeins instead of two, do I have to use four strings while knitting? Because you used two in the video :) Thanks for you help, Id really like to knit this as a self-made christmas present :) Great Idea!

  96. Gaba Banas says:

    We used four skeins, two at once and then we added another two. It depends on their length. If you have 80m long skeins, two would be enough, if you have 40m long skeins, you will need four. You should do about 30 rows to get this longer version (as in the pictures). Good luck! :)

  97. Gaba Banas says:

    To jest zupełnie inna włóczka, spaghetti jest bawełniana. Włóczka której użyliśmy jest idealna do drutów 12mm, takiej powinna Pani szukać. W lokalnej pasmanterii albo w sklepach internetowych powinny być różne rodzaje (różne marki i skład) przeznaczone właśnie do tego rozmiaru drutów. Pozdrawiamy i życzymy powodzenia! :)

  98. Gaba Banas says:

    There’s no written version of this tutorial, you can check the subtitles, which we added to the movie on YT, or just do about 30 rows ;) Good luck!

  99. Gaba Banas says:

    For the longer version which we showed on the video tutorial we used four skeins, two at once and then we attached (by making a simple knot) another one. It all depends on your skein’s length. Please read again our supplies’ description, it should help :)

  100. Gabby B says:

    I LOVE this, but I am not sure what to do with the loop I have after casting off at the end. Can someone help?

  101. Gaba Banas says:

    @Gabby, you need to to put the tail through the last loop and tie hard. Don’t forget to send us the picture of your finished scarf! Cheers! :)

  102. jesse says:

    What kind of yarn did you use it looks super comfy and ive never really knitted before so I want to get it right

  103. Alise N says:

    Hi! I absolutely love this! I’m trying to do it now, but it doesn’t look at all like the scarf in your video… I get too much air between the stitches when I knit. I bought the thickest yarn I found (perhaps not thick enough?), and it’s in 100% wool. Am I using the wrong type of yarn? And another issue is that the first stitch that’s a “knot” just won’t sit right when you take it over the first time from one arm to the other.

  104. Gaba Banas says:

    You can use any yarn you like, just remember that it must be bulky or super bulky. Online shops are plenty of these. Cheers! :)

  105. Gaba Banas says:

    @Alise, You need to tie it harder when you switch a loop on another wrist or use more than two yarn at once. The first stitch and the whole first row usually are imperfect, you can make extra knot (working yarn and the tail) to prevent it from loosening. I hope it helps! Merry Christmas! :)

  106. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the pattern and the easy-to-follow video. I used 2 strands of Lion Brand Homespun Thick and Quick (8 oz.-160 yard skein, color- lagoon), cast on 12 stitches (too tightly, so the seam was a little weird) and knitted @15 rows for the shorter version. The scarf used less than half of EACH 8 oz. skein. The yarn is soft, bumpy and very forgiving so the goofs aren’t that obvious. I’m really happy with my first attempt and can’t wait to start the next one! I’ll try to post a photo.

  107. Anonymous says:

    Took me a while to figure out initial stitch but flew through it after that – just need to get the stitches tighter now as first attempt is very ‘airy’! Thank you for fab tutorial ☺️

  108. Anonymous says:

    I bought 2 skeins of yarn Lion Brand. Super Bulky 6, 4ozs. 64yds. Is this enough to make a double infinity scarf?

  109. Gaba Banas says:

    We wrote in the post that we used 4 skeins (one skein is 44yd long), so 2 your skeins may be not enough…cheers!

  110. indyJJ says:

    you are fine. i have made several of these using the same exact brand & quantity you have. enjoy, it’s fun & addicting! :)

  111. M says:

    I’m completely new to knitting and love the idea of starting off with arm knitting. I came across a lovely yarn in a super bulky skein. It’s 258 yds. Do I need to have 2 of these skeins? If I only need one because it’s so big how do I accomplish this knitting pattern? Should I divide it in half before I start? Thanks

  112. Gaba Banas says:

    Hi, You need only one skein. We think that the best way will be dividing it in half as you wrote. Let us know how it goes! Good luck :)

  113. Rebecca B. says:

    Could this be made wider and just not tied together at the ends to make a baby blanket? If so, how would I go about making it wider?

  114. Kimiko W says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! Mine turned out beautifully. :) I used 2 skeins of 111 yard yarn and used all but about 2 feet of the yarn. My scarf did turn out a little longer that I initially envisioned, but it turned out to be fine for the person I made it for. I hope you don’t mind – I did post about this on my own blog. I did link your youtube video (as that is where I originally found the video) and added your name in my labels. I’m new to blogging and am not sure of all the protocols for these types of things, so please check me out and let me know if there is anything you would like added for credit. :) http://andromedacrafts.blogspot.com/ ~ Kimiko of Andromeda Crafts

  115. Gaba Banas says:

    Of course you can make it wider. You need to cast much more than 12 stitches as we did, at least 20 or even more. Let us know how it goes! Good Luck! :)

  116. Gaba Banas says:

    @Kimiko, we checked it, it’s all fine. We’re happy that you used our tutorial and that it was such big inspiration for you! We hope you’ll find more inspirational project on our website, cheers!

  117. Miftahul Jannah says:

    hello handimania, may i know the diameters of Super Bulky Yarn that u used? it s kinda hard to find the Super Bulky Yarn in my country. Thanks!
    ps: i never do knitting before, but when i watched the video, i feel like i want to try it heheheheh XD
    thanks and sorry for grammatical mistakes.

  118. Gaba Banas says:

    Hi! Our yarn is about 8-9 mm and it’s dedicated for 12 mm needles. Each skein should be around 40 m/130 ft/44 yd long and weigh approx. 100 g/0.25 lbs. Hope it helps! Let us know how it went! Cheers :)

  119. Helen Nurse says:

    Yarn usually is just categorized by ‘weight/type’ I use weight 6, which is super bulky. You can probably find the type of yarn you want online.

  120. Marta says:

    Hola! el hilo que yo conseguí es mucho mas fino que el suyo.. ¿yo usaría entonces 4 madejas de 40m/100g? Cómo haría entonces? ¿Uso cuatro hilos juntos para tejer la bufanda o solo dos? por favor ayudenme. Entiendo algo de Inglés. // Hello! I got the yarn is much finer than yours .. I would then use four skeins of 40m / 100g? How do then? Do I use four threads together to weave scarf or only two? please help me. I understand some English.

  121. Gaba Banas says:

    @Marta you should use two skeins together, and then attach next two skeins (for the longer version of infinity scarf). Cheers :)

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