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1 Skein Crochet Infinity Scarf & Pattern

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Hi everyone!  Now that the weather is getting colder I would love to share with you a simple infinity scarf pattern.  It goes quick and it's easy to crochet because thick chunky yarn is used.  The best part is you only need 1 skein of yarn to make this scarf.

Here is what the scarf looks like rolled up.  The yarn is really a cranberry color but the camera made the color look more pink!

Here are the various stages of making the crocheted infinity scarf.

Here is the scarf rolled up and it also laid out straight.

This is what the infinity scarf looks like on.  If you make it this is what it should look like.

Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

Yarn: 1 skein of Lion Brand Yarn, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
Color: Cranberry 138
Crochet Hook: Size K - US
Stitches Used: Chain and Half Double Crochet

Make 80 chains and then half double crochet in second chain from hook and continue all the way to the end of the row.  When you get to the end of the row chain 2 and turn and continue this way until the scarf measures 5 inches wide.  When you get to the end, take both the ends of the scarf and sew them together using the yarn and then fasten off.

Note:  This pattern is made in US terminology.


I hope you like this pattern and please have fun making this crocheted infinity scarf.  You will have a great scarf to wear for the winter!  If you use this pattern please tell people that it was made by me.  

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Thanks everyone and enjoy.

Julie




21 comments:

  1. Very pretty and I love the color! It will be nice and cozy this winter...:) We finally have some cool weather here in Florida...it has been so nice! Have a wonderful week my friend!

    Blessings, Vicky
    Life On Willie Mae Lane

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  2. This is so pretty and it looks nice and cozy for the cold months :) You always do a fabulous job and I love seeing what you make - thanks for sharing, friend. hugs!

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  3. So easy and I bet it will be very warm! Another one of your projects that I am going to have to have a go at Julie! Have a wonderful week. xx

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  4. Love that color. I made a teal one last year and had to stop myself from wearing it everyday. It just makes you feel so warm and cozy. I'm going to have to find some Cranberry color yarn. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Hi Julie,

    Love the name, 'Infinity Scarf'; it's just perfect, as is the colour and design! YOU, are unstoppable, yourself, lucky for us!

    Have a lovely week, my friend!

    Poppy

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  6. You're very talented Julie! When I was in high school, many, many years ago, I started to make a crochet blanket. I never finished it, which is completely unlike me because I usually always finish what I start, but I just couldn't seem to get the loops tight enough. It's definitely an art!

    I see you're a fellow NY'r. Brooklyn?

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  7. I'm going to show this to my mother! She is really good at these things!

    Ayesha
    Defining Me

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  8. Learning how to crochet is on my bucket list! this is so pretty and scarf season is here! Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Fluster Buster party Julie. Happy November!, Lizy

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  9. Hi Julie,
    Thank you for joining us at our Social Sunday. I love this scarf. I am okay at crocheting. So I'd love to try this pattern. I pinned it and shared it on my fb page.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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  10. So pretty Julie. It would keep you so warm and cozy on a cold day. Love the color! Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  11. Congratulations Julie! Your 1-skein Infinity Scarf was the 2nd most clicked project at Link & Share Wednesday! Thank you for stopping by and sharing your beautiful project :) Rhondda
    http://oombawka.blogspot.ca/2013/11/time-to-link-up-link-share-wednesday.html

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  12. Very nice Julie, infinity scarfs are fun, thanks for sharing! I hopped over from Moogly, M.

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  13. Do you have a photo of what this looks like on someone? I made one, but it looks really awkward on me. I am a beginner, so I think it's just me. But a photo would be excellent!

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    1. Hi Teresa, I have included a photo of what the scarf should like on. I hope this helps you out.
      Julie

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  14. lovely scarf! I love this color!
    Hugs!!!

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  15. You did a great job with your scarf Julie, love the colour :)

    Thanks for linking up :)

    #Wednesdaybloghop

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  16. Very pretty! I used to know how to crochet, but I've long forgotten. I need to re-teach myself, though! Thanks for linking up at Creative Spark last week. Hope you'll join us again tomorrow - the party starts at 6am EST!

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  17. So pretty! I love pretty one skein patterns. Thanks so much for sharing! :-)

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  18. That's a good looking scarf, Julie. I bet that bright pink looks great against the snow!

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