Lately, I’ve been busy preparing for upcoming grad school interviews but I’ve managed to work some crocheting in there. It’s really been a stress reliever for me, and I am grateful for it!
I’ve made a few infinity scarves in the last few months – all for other people. Actually, most of the stuff I make is for others. I only have 2-3 things I’ve made for myself. So I decided last night that I was going to make a simple, infinity scarf for myself. This is what I came up with:
It worked up really quickly and used less than a skein!
Crazy Shell Infinity ScarfYarn: Medium worsted weight, although you can use whatever you’d like
Hook: H, 5.00mm
Size: 56” x 5”Stitches:ch: chain
DC: double crochet
sc: single crochet
Row 1: 3 DC in 4th ch from hook, *skip 3 ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, 3 DC in same ch,* repeat * across row ending with sc in last ch, ch 3, turn
Row 2: 3 DC in first sc, *sc in ch 3 space of previous row, ch 3, 3 DC in same ch 3 space,* repeat * across, ending with sc in last ch 3, ch 3, turn
Row 3-44: Repeat row 2
Slip stitch or use tapestry needle to join ends together.
To make your scarf wider or narrower, increase/decrease your starting chains by 4.
Good thing I made myself a scarf. It was a nice -1F this morning. Makes me even more psyched to get to Florida at the end of the month!
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