30-Minute Infinity Scarves Crochet Patterns
Original Crochet Design by: Allison Weldon
Skill level: Easy
Charcoal - 50" long - before joining.
Walnut - 48" long - before joining.
Wheat - 50" long - before joining.
Redwood - 76" long - before joining.
Scrap - 45" long - before joining.
Yarn used in pattern below:
Materials: Bulky Weight Yarn
Charcoal - 10 oz, 306 yd (280 g, 280 m)
Walnut - 5 oz, 153 yd (140 g, 140 m)
Wheat - 5 oz, 153 yd (140 g, 140 m)
Redwood - 5 oz, 153 yd (140 g, 140 m)
Scrap - Small amounts of 7 different colors.
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky Yarn used in models.
Crochet Hook: Size J-10 (6.00 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge :4 sc = 2"; 5 rows sc = 2"
The Crochet Designer's Inspiration:
"I originally created these crochet patterns for infinity scarves as Christmas presents for all of my friends. In a somewhat last minute scramble for gifts, I needed to come up with something quick and easy - and of course, something cute too. It was a cold day outside, so crocheting scarves from crochet patterns was one option. Instead of the usual crochet scarves, I decided to make infinity scarves as a great modern alternative to the traditional crocheted scarf." - Allison Weldon
How This Crochet Pattern is Made:
Each scarf is made with the crochet pattern, Bulky (or Chunky) weight yarn and a J-10 (6.00 mm) hook. The scarves are all crocheted lengthways and when finished, the ends are twisted and sewn together along the side of rows. They can be draped singly or wound doubly around the neck.
Basic crochet stitches are used, such as single crochet (sc), half-double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc) and treble crochet (tr) (used in the crochet cross-stitch). These projects would appeal to a learner crocheter; someone who knows the basic crochet stitches but wants more practice with the craft. You are sure to enjoy this crochet pattern!
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