Saturday, 17 January 2015

Free Crochet Pattern ~ Fingers Crossed Infinity Scarf

 Fingers Crossed Infinity Scarf

The pattern is in US terms
Items required
5mm (H) hook.
2 balls of  81 mélange dark beige (or your choice of colour) Adriafil Regina Yarn -
This yarn is 100% pure merino wool, warm and soft yarn.  It's especially practical as you can wash the yarn in the machine and discover with each washing the characteristic softness. It's available in 30 shades so you have a wide choice. It's an extremely versatile yarn to use and quick to crochet with as well as being suitable to frog. It's the official speed knitting wool due to it's ease of use. It's is stretchy but reverts back to size when released.  This makes it especially useful an infinity scarf. 
Wool needle
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Guidelines

HK – hook                                           CH – chain                           SS – Slip Stitch
DC –                       Double crochet                                
XDC -                     Crossed Double Crochet – The stitch is worked in 2 stitches.  Skip 1 stitch, 1 dc in next stitch, 1 dc in the skipped stitch. 
Gauge
4 XDC stitches x 4 Rows = 2”

Approximate Size
Width – 4 ½” (12cm)
Length -  60” (152cm)  - You can make the scarf any length between 50” – 60”

Yardage
Approximately 260 yards 

Fingers Crossed Infinity Scarf

Using 5mm (H) hook and Adriafil Regina Yarn
Ch3  counts as the first dc of each row

Row 1) 1 dc in 4th Ch from hk, 9 xdc, 1 dc, turn (20)
Row 2 - 109) Ch 3 (always counts as 1st dc), 9 xdc, 1 dc, turn (20) (repeat till row 109 or to desired length)
                                                   
                                                   
                                                   
                                                   
                                                   
                 

Row 110) Ch 3 (always counts as 1st dc), 9 xdc, 1 dc, turn
Row 111) Fold the infinity scarf in half, making sure it isn’t twisted and ss through both ends to join, finish.

   

 Now you just need to choose how you want to wear your infinity scarf.


Patterns are just for your own personal use. Do not distribute the pattern without permission.  You may sell the items you make but please give credit for the pattern.
If there are any problems with the pattern or you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
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3 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! It is is featured this week on Funtastic Friday. Thanks for sharing and linking up with us. Hope to see you again this week.

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  2. This is gorgeous! It is is featured this week on Funtastic Friday. Thanks for sharing and linking up with us. Hope to see you again this week.

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  3. I can't see where you say it, but does the scarf start with chain 20? Sorry if it's stated and I've missed it!

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