Happy Spring fellow crocheters!
Let’s start the season off with a super easy pattern that’s great for beginners!
It’s a crochet infinity scarf that couldn’t be simpler to whip up. Plus, it only takes a few hours to make!
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Let me tell you how this lovely scarf came to be.
It is actually the result of a hat.
Yes, you read that right.
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I had created an awesome bowler hat for St. Patrick’s that my sister-in-law just loved.
She wanted it for my niece, who, at the ripe old age of four years old refuses to wear hats.
On the other hand, she loves scarves.
So, I decided to make her one for St. Patrick’s Day.
Unfortunately, St. Paddy’s Day was right around the corner and I didn’t get it done in time.
Okay, truth be told, I never even got it started.
So, I decided to whip her up an Easter scarf instead.
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How to Crochet an Easy Infinity Scarf
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I really like a lot of the “Modern Granny” patterns that I have been seeing all other the web.
However, after a quick internet search, I couldn’t find any consensus on exactly what a Modern Granny pattern is.
It seems it can be any stitch in any sort of repetitive pattern.
I wanted mine to work up quickly, be light-weight for Spring, and super easy for beginners.
So, I raided my yarn stash and found this beautiful multicolor spring yarn, grabbed a hook and let the creative juices flow.
And I am sharing the results with you!
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This lovely modern granny infinity scarf is both eye-appealing and lightweight. The perfect Spring accessory! Enhance your warm weather wardrobe with this charming beginner-friendly scarf that whips up in just a few hours.
Difficulty level: Level 1 – Beginner
Finished Dimensions: 57-inches around.
Gauge: 9 rows and 14 stitches = 4-inches in double crochet
- Lightweight #3 weight yarn
~ In this pattern I used Bernat Baby Sport, colorway: Sweet’ n Sunny
~ Total yardage: 200 to 250 yards
- Crochet Hook size G-4.25mm
- Tapestry needle
Pattern is written in US terms.
Blo – back loop only
*__* – Repeat indicated instructions
- 2 dc stitches = 1 dc cluster
- This pattern is done in continuous rounds. There will be no turning of your work.
- Blocking the finished product is recommended. Use your method of choice.
Ch 205, slp-st into the 1st ch to create a large ring.
NOTE: Be sure not to twist the foundation chain while slip-stitching.
Round 1: Ch 1, sc in the
Round 2: Ch 5, skip 2 sts, 2 dc in the next st,*ch 2, skip 2 sts, 2 dc in the next st*.
Repeat from * to * around to the last 3 sts. Work 2 dc in the 3rd st from the end, skip the last 2 sts, ch 2, slp-st in the 3rd ch from the bottom of the ch 5 you made at the start of the round.
Round 3: Ch 3, 2 dc in the 1st ch2-space, skip the 1st dc cluster, *ch 2, 2 dc in the next ch-2 space, ch 2, skip the next dc cluster*.
Repeat from * to * around.
NOTE: Should end with 2 dc sts in the ch2-space right next to the ch 3 from the start of the round.
Do NOT ch 2, instead, slp-st into the top of the ch 3 you made at the start of the round.
Round 4: Ch 5, skip the 1st dc cluster, 2 dc in the 1st ch-2 space, *ch 2, skip the next dc cluster, 2 dc in the next ch-2 space*.
Repeat from * to * around.
NOTE: Should end by skipping the last cluster and making a ch2.
After you ch 2, slp-st into the 3rd ch from the bottom of the ch 5 you made a the beginning of the round.
Round 5: Ch 3, 2 dc in the 1st ch-2 space, skip the 1st dc cluster, *ch2, 2 dc in the next ch2-space, ch 2, skip the next dc cluster*.
Repeat from * to * around.
NOTE: Should end with 2 dc in the last ch-2 space next to the ch 3 you created at the start of the round.
Do NOT ch2, slp-st into the top of the ch 3 you created at the start of the round.
Rounds 6-12: Repeat rounds 4 & 5.
Ch 1, sc in the first
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Now, how easy was that? Even beginners can do it!
Stylish and easy, my favorite type of pattern!
All you have to do is choose your favorite light-weight yarn and whip up this awesome Spring accessory that I think you’ll love to wear all Spring and Summer long. 🙂
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