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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Free Crochet Pattern: Textured Infinity Scarf

(Shown in Red Heart With Love Pewter)

This pattern has been re-written to correct the curling along the edges, you can find the new free pattern here: Textured & Ribbed Infinity Scarf



Skill Level: Easy

Size: Teen/Women's, 6 1/2" wide

Supplies:
Size K (6.50 mm) Crochet Hook
Red Heart With Love Yarn, approx. 300 yards
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Abbreviations (US Terms):
BLO – Back Loop Only
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Fpdc – Front Post Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch

Important Notes:
-Ch 2's count as dc in final stitch count at the end of the row but do not make your joins to the ch 2. Join the the first dc instead, see photo below:


-All joins are made with a sl st.

Gauge: Approx. 6 dc x 2 rows = 2”

Row 1: Ch 159, join to first ch making sure not to twist the chain. Ch 2, dc in same and in each around. Join. (160 dc)
Row 2-3: Ch 2, Fpdc around next, *dc in next, fpdc around next.* Repeat from *to* around. Join. (80 fpdc, 80 dc)
Row 4-6: In BLO: Ch 2, dc in same and in each around. Join. (160 dc)
Row 7-9: Ch 2, dc in same and in each around. Join. (160 dc)
Row 10-12: In BLO: Ch 2, dc in same and in each around. Join. (160 dc)
Row 13-14: Ch 2, Fpdc around next, *dc in next, fpdc around next.* Repeat from *to* around. Join. (80 fpdc, 80 dc)
Fasten off & sew in ends.

This scarf has a matching slouchy beanie, you can find the free pattern here:

25 comments:

  1. Lovely set, Jenni! I love the color and pattern! Thank you for sharing!
    Hope you have a wonderful day!
    Hugs and love from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  2. Love this design! Just finished the hat and will definitely do the scarf to match! Easy pattern to crochet while watching TV or conversing with family and friends - relaxing!

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  3. Hi Jenni - are you using UK or US abbreviations for the stitch names please? Thank you! Anna

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    1. US, if you look just above the stitches listed it reads: Stitch Abbreviations (US Terms). :)

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  4. Hi Jenni! I just finished making your slouchie hat, and I LOVE it! It is the only pattern that I have tried that actually turned out like a slouchie hat! I'm looking forward to doing this scarf :)

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    1. Thanks Tirralirra, I hope your scarf turned out! :)

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  5. I would like to work this flat because infinities make me feel like I'm choking, any suggestions, love the hat, which I have completed easily, and THANK YOU!!!

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    1. Hi kmbyrne27, you're welcome! That's a great idea, maybe not joining the chain at the end of row 1 would do the trick. I will have to give it a try this weekend and see if it works up correctly and I'll definitely get back to you.

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    2. I was thinking more about this and it would take a bit more than just not joining row 1, since you wouldn't be working around and around you would need to turn at the end of each row but the ribbing would need to be worked differently. I will still give it a try this weekend but thought I'd send a quick reply your way.

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    3. Thanks, that's what I was thinking too, plus it would have to be longer, maybe bpdc?

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    4. Yes :) I am still working at it, I've got it worked up to row 4. It's too bad I can't attach a photo here.

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    5. I've been so busy but we have a winter storm here tonight and it looks like I can sit inside and get this finished up! I'll post you a link and you can let me know what you think. :)

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    6. Hi kmbyrne27! I finally have the new scarf posted, let me know what you think :) Thanks for the inspiration! http://byjennidesigns.blogspot.com/2016/02/texturedscarf.html

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  6. Love the infinity, just finished it in a beautiful dragon colored alpaca blend yarn. Wanted to make the beanie to match but the pattern is missing. :( any plans to bring it back? Thanks for an easy to follow pattern that yields a beautiful finished product!

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    1. Looks like the link just needed updating, thanks for letting me know! You can find the Slouchy Hat pattern here: http://byjennidesigns.blogspot.com/2014/10/free-crochet-pattern-womens-slouchy.html

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  7. Hi Jenni,
    I'm desperate to make your beautiful hat and scarf but live in UK and can't find a conversion for the wool and measurements ( everyone I go on says different ). Just wondered if you could tell me.
    Many thanks Su x

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    1. Hi Su, I am sorry that I am just now getting to your question! I thought I replied! You can find a yarn conversion chart here: http://www.ravelry.com/help/yarn/weights

      Ravelry is a trusted site for yarn, crochet & knitting information. I hope this helps!

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