If you are looking for an easy crochet infinity scarf pattern, this one is a must to try. Most importantly, its lacy texture makes this accessory a perfect light infinity scarf for warmer weather.
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What would you love about this infinity scarf crochet pattern:
- Fist of all, it only uses three basic crochet stitches;
- Second, it is suitable for beginners;
- Third, it is truly reversible;
- Fourth, it is a 1-skein project
- Fifth, you can crochet it in one evening.
- 1 skein of Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle Yarn in Draco
- Crochet Hook H-8 (5 mm)
- Tapestry needle
Crochet stitches (abbreviations):
- chain – ch
- treble crochet – tr
- double crochet – dc
- skip – so
Finished Infinity Scarf Dimensions:
58″ by 7″
Ch 30 (a multiple of 6);
tr into 6th chain from the hook (first 5 chains represent tr+ch1), sk 2 chains; dc into next ch, ch1; sk 2 chains;
*tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr (tr cluster) into next ch; ch1;
sk 2 chains; dc into next ch, ch1*;
continue to the end of the row repeating between * * 3 times until you have 3 ch left;
Lastly, sk 2 ch, tr into the last remaining ch, ch1, tr into the same ch;
ch 4 (represents dc+ch1), turn.
tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr (tr cluster) on top of dc of the previous row, ch1;
*dc into the middle of tr cluster of the previous row, ch1;
tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr + ch1 + tr (tr cluster) on top of dc of the previous row, ch1;*
continue to the end of the row repeating between * * 3 times;
dc in the 4th ch of the the first ch 5 of row 1.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you have enough yarn left to connect the two ends of your infinity scarf. Weave in the ends.
Consequently, the finished infinity scarf would measure 58″ by 7″.