There is a chill in the air which makes it the perfect time to create some colourful accessories!

This long infinity scarf can be worn as a double or triple twist, and is an adaption of Elizabeth Ham's Bricks & Lattice Scarf. Basically, the pattern is worked until you run out of yarn and then the ends are joined. If you are a 'perfectionist' like me - you may want to work until you are in the last repeat of the colour you started with and then join. This will avoid having a noticeable join and makes the loop look seamless.

This one ball project is perfect for any of the Papatya Batik or Cicibebe Batik yarns - 100g / 360m / $5.50 - makes for an economical project (pictured below in 554-16 & 554-31).



Now is also the perfect time to stock up on yarn, with both Papatya Batik & Cicibebe Batik being on offer - BUY 3 GET 1 FREE (ends midnight 31/05/2019).

Happy Stitching - Nicole @ Yarnish x


  • Emma Wilkinson: July 04, 2019
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    Hi Vivienne, I can’t reply directly to the comment, but we recommend a 5 mm.

  • Vivienne : July 04, 2019
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    I am going to do the bricks and lattice scarf with my Papaya Batik and was just wondering what size hook to use as on the original,pattern it’s a chunky yarn and 6.5 hook.
    Many thanks

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