Free crochet pattern for the Catalina Infinity Scarf. The infinity scarf is so “in style” right now. And, they are so easy to make! This one takes less than one 7oz. skein of yarn. That means you can literally make one of these for just a few dollars and a little bit of time. Think of all the color possibilities with this scarf. Make one to match all of your winter outfits! The lovely model in the picture below is my niece. I made her the burnt orange scarf….. her college color. She has double wrapped it and I think she looks great….. Scarves are timeless and make perfect gifts.
- Approximately 5 oz of worsted weight yarn (I used [[[Red Heart Super]]] Saver in Cherry Red)
- I Hook (I use [[[Clover Crochet Hooks]]])
Free Crochet Pattern Instructions:
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CH 152, then DC in the third chain from the hook.
R1 – DC in each stitch across the chain. You should have a total of 150 DC stitches when complete. CH 3 and turn.
R2 – DC into the very first stitch (this will form the first V stitch. Then, skip two stitches and DC into the next stitch, CH 1, DC into the same stitch. Continue to *skip two stitches, DC, CH 1, DC into the same stitch* all the way across the row. In the last stitch DC, CH 1 and then DC into the same last stitch. CH 3 and turn.
R3 – DC into the first chain space (made by the previous V stitch). Then, DC, CH 1, DC into the next chain space. (see picture below). Continue this across the row. When you reach the end, CH 3 and turn.
R4 thru R8 – Repeat R3
R9 – DC in each stitch across. Tie off and leave a very long loose end.
You may leave the scarf as is or sew the two ends together to make an infinity scarf. If you choose the infinity scarf, use the long yarn end to sew the ends together to form a circle.
And….. you are finished!
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