I finished my infinity scarf!
But it’s still at least a couple of months before I will be able to wear it as autumn arrives late to California. I’m not in a hurry though and I’m very much enjoying summer days.
I’m more than pleased with how my scarf turned out. It’s soft and nice to touch. And it definitely looks much better on me than on the hanger in the photos. I might post more pictures once I actually get to wear my scarf.
Since the stitch used for this scarf is hardly elaborate, it’s a good quality deluxe yarn that made all the difference. I used , which created a beautiful drapey fabric.
My scarf turned out warm and bulky, but personally I like that look. But if you’d prefer a slightly lighter version, try making this scarf with .
Skill Level: Easy
Materials: Baby Alpaca Worsted Glow yarn in Olive by Plymouth Yarn, 5 balls
Crochet Hook US size F (3.75 mm)
Shell in this pattern: (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) all in same space.
Ch 58 loosely.
Ch 58 loosely.
Row 1: shell in 6th ch from hook, *ch 3, skip 5 ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, skip 5 ch, shell in next ch* across, skip 3 ch, dc in last ch.
Row 2: ch 6, turn; *sc in next shell, ch 3, shell in next sc, ch 3* across, end with sc in last shell, ch 3, dc in last dc.
Row 3: ch 3, turn; *shell in next sc, ch 3, sc in next shell, ch 3,* across, end with shell in next sc, dc into 3rd ch of turning ch-6.
Repeat Row 2 – Row 3 until your scarf measures about 65 inches. Fasten off, but leave a tail long enough to stitch the shorter ends of the scarf together.
Lay your scarf on a flat surface. Flip one side to form a twist. Stitch the shorter ends together using a tapestry needle. Wave in the ends.
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