Crochet Infinity Scarves: 8 simple infinity scarves to crochet
Jane Burns, Cara Medus, Claire Wilson, Anna Fazakerley
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Crochet yourself a one-off infinity scarf with this collection of 8 new and individual patterns. Choose from a selection including a delicate lacy crochet scarf to a unique design inspired by the traditional granny square. Or why not try the 'Perfectly Plaid Infinity' scarf inspired by the plaid fabric that dominated the autumn winter 2014 catwalk collections. Whether you are looking for the latest crochet ideas, a pattern for a trendy Mobius Scarf or a contemporary take on a crochet classic, you will find it in this collection. All the scarves are perfect teamed with jeans and a sweater or paired with a winter coat for a walk in the country or the commute to work.
All the crochet techniques you need to get started are also included.
fabric, holding the working yarn to the back of the fabric and inserting the hook into the fabric from the front*. Continue ss across all 40 rows of the scarf. Repeat from * to * in the 14th stitch. Repeat from * to * in 16th dc. These two sets of vertical lines set the pattern, repeat pattern 14 times in total. Sew side edges together, taking care not to twist the scarf. Cowl Using A, ch 113. Foundation Row: Dc in second ch from hook, 1dc in each ch to end, turn. [112 sts] Work as the
the hook into the skipped st, yarn around hook. 2. Complete the treble stitch, so that the chain from the previous row lies in front of the stitch just worked. Working in front of the chain (WS rows) 1. Insert the hook, and keeping it in front of the chain on the previous row, yarn round hook. 2. Complete the treble stitch so that it lies in front of the chain on the previous row. Working around the chain 1 2 Working behind the chain (RS rows) 1 2 Working in front of the chain (WS rows) 1
from * twice more, (tr around ch, tr in front of ch, tr around ch) over next 3 skipped sts of previous row, tr in last st, turn. Row 5: Change to A, repeat Row 3. Row 6: Repeat Row 4. Rows 3–6 set pattern. Repeat Rows 3–6 until the scarf measures 1.8m (2yd), ending on a Row 3. Next Row: Continuing with B, ch3 (counts as tr), *(tr around ch, tr in front of ch, tr around ch) over next 3 skipped sts of previous row, dc in each of next 3 tr; rep from * twice more, (tr around ch, tr in front of ch, tr
WINTER WHITE Designed by Claire Wilson T his simple winter white infinity scarf in a classic rib is the perfect pattern, even if you have only just picked up a crochet hook! Use crisp white yarn for a timeless look that goes with everything, or select a yarn with metallic thread to give the scarf that extra sparkle. A stunning addition to a winter evening out, or ideal teamed with chunky casuals for a brisk walk in the snow. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 56 x 12cm (22 x 43/4in) Start here YOU
end, turn. [210 sts] *Row 1: Using A, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Rows 2–3: Using B, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Row 4: Using A, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Row 5: Using B, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Rows 6–8: Using A, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Rows 9–10: Using C, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Abbreviations ch: chain dc: double crochet ss: slip stitch Row 11: Using A, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Row 12: Using C, ch1, 1dc in each dc to end, turn. Rows