- First the knitter must cast on to their arm with a slipknot and a tail. The number of stitches that are cast on determine the width of the scarf, blanket, or cowl.
- After the desired number of stitches the knitting begins. The stitches are switched between both arms. This process continues until the craft is at the desired length.
- Stopping the knitting is a process known as binding off. To bind off the knitter will knit two stitches and then move the stitch closest to the body over the stitch further from the body. This process continues until all the stitches are bound off.
- Once the project has been bound off it can be sewn together to make an or for blankets it can be left as is. It is also possible to create fringes on the ends of the scarf instead of making it into an infinity scarf.
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