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Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf & Pattern

Friday, September 5, 2014

Hi friends!  I know some of you may still be thinking about summer or fall approaching, but I have another crochet infinity scarf and pattern to share with you.  This scarf is fun to make using thick chunky yarn and a big crochet hook.  It is the perfect scarf to keep you warm during the cold and snowy winter months.




EASY CROCHET INFINITY SCARF & PATTERN

Yarn:  Lion Brand Yarn, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
Color:  Black 153
Crochet Hook:  US Size K

Chain 90.
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 row chain 2 and turn.  Continue this way until the scarf measures 5 inches wide.  When you get to the end, take both ends of the scarf and sew them together using the yarn and then fasten off.

* This infinity scarf will fit wrapped around your neck 2 times with these dimensions! 

Note:  This pattern is made in US terminology.




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35 comments:

  1. Thanks! That looks like a good one to do on a weekend trip.

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  2. Pretty scarf...I really need to learn how to crochet! :)

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  3. Hi, Julie yours is really a nice scarf. I love crocheting, too.
    I come from Wendy's Faboulous Finds & Linky Party and I'm pleased to join your blog.

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  4. Hi Julie! This does look pretty easy even for this non-crocheter. :) Maybe it would be a good first-time project. I really need to learn how to crochet! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Julie, your scarf is adorable. I've also checked out the rest of your blog and love it. Come visit me sometime! at www.lifeawayfromtheofficechair.blogspot.com
    Lisa

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  6. That nice, thick yarn does keep you warm when it's cold outside! Looking good! Though I do admit I wish I didn't have to even think about snow. They say it's going to be a doozey this winter.

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  7. This looks like a great project. I hope I'll get to wear such things in Fort Worth. There wasn't ever a need for wool in Phoenix.

    I also wanted to thank you for your kind comments and friendship. You are a treasure. Have a blessed week!

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  8. Hi Julie, it's been awhile - I had a long break from blogging but now I'm back. Nice to see you're keeping busy and sharing your projects. I look forward to seeing more. Have a wonderful weekend, Darlene

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  9. It's lovely Julie, it looks cosy and warm. :)

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  10. Every time I see a project like this I'm reminded of a blankie I started to make many moons ago in high school and never quite finished. I think I need you to come over ;)

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  11. Julie - your infinity scarf turned out great. I love quick and easy projects like this. Pinning this to my crochet board.

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  12. That's something I would definitely wear. I once tried to learn how to crochet...

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  13. This is a great pattern.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

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  14. I love infinity scarves! Beautiful the one you made Julie!

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  15. Thanks for sharing and thanks for linking up!

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  16. Julie, this pattern is great - I could make several this winter. Thank you so much for sharing it at Share It One More Time. Cathy

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  17. I love the simplicity of your scarf. I will give this one a try!

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  18. How cute! :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week! Don't forget to enter to win a $25 Starbucks giftcard! :)

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  19. Hi Julie, whoo your infinity scarf looks lovely :) I can just imagine you walk through New York on a crispy cold morning wearing this :)

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  20. It is years since I have used a crochet needle, this makes me want to try again. Popping by from Creative Monday

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  21. Its always good to have a quick and easy project on the go, they would make great stocking fillers.

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  22. gotta love quick and easy :) Thanks for sharing Julie!! you are so awesome!

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  23. Thanks for the easy pattern, Julie! I'm making crocheted pumpkins right now, but this scarf would be fun to do next.

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  24. Hi Julie!
    Love your new scarf! Patterns like this make you want to make lots of scarves in different colors!

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  25. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream's City of Links last Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week :)

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  26. Love your crocheted scarf. Thanks for sharing at Monday Handmade Linkup Party. Have a great weekend.

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  27. When I get my two hands back to myself for any extended period of time, I would love to learn how to crochet. This pattern looks simple enough. Thank you for linking up with Creative Style Linkup! Have a blessed weekend!

    Your co-host, April

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  28. Great scarf. Thanks for those instructions.

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  29. What a cozy and comfy looking scarf :) Thanks for sharing at the Art of Home-Making Mondays!

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  30. How snug and comfy, I love scarfs. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!! Laura@Baking in Pyjamas

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  31. Lovely scarf! Thanks for the pattern. Thanks for sharing with Creative Spark Link Party.
    Glenna @ My Paper Craze

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  32. This looks amazing! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  33. I love black, so this is definitely my style! Looks great....thanks for sharing!

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  34. Nice! And just might be my skill level. Thanks so much for linking up at the Make it Monday Party! Hope to see you again next week.

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