When I was making my Lacy Infinity Scarf last summer, I had no idea it would become the most popular item on my blog. The stitch was quite simple, and I used the yarn that I had previously tried for other projects, so I really didn’t expect anything that awesome to come out of it. However, once the scarf was finished and I tried it on, I was amazed how beautiful and stylish it looked.
Most of the time I don’t like crocheting the same thing more than once, but this scarf is an exception. I was very flattered when a couple of months ago a lady from the Netherlands contacted me to commission this scarf. I was pleased and proud that someone so far away wanted to have something I made.
It seems to me this might be a good idea to have a few of such scarves on hand in case someone would like to purchase it or for presents. Besides, I really want to see what this scarf will look like in other colors.
The yarn used for this scarf is quite expansive, and so far I only made one more in deep burgundy color. It turned out stunning!
I used Baby Alpaca Plymouth Yarn, Color Fawn (5 balls are required). And my free pattern is available here.
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