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Winter Wonderland Infinity Scarf

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My first crochet pattern!

   Winter is definitely here and as much as I hate the freeze I do love the opportunity to wear scarves!

Dressing in layers is something we Albertans specialize in, the saying is if you don’t like the weather just wait 10 minutes.

Not only is the colder weather good for using scarves it’s also good for making them. I usually pick up my hook when the weather cools and don’t put it down again until it’s time to start cleaning the yard and planting for the summer.

This year, however, is a first, I created my first pattern which I am excited to share! If you have any questions please ask and I’ll do my best to answer all!

Materials

I used worsted weight yarn and a size 6 hook, but it doesn’t matter too much though just be creative!

Abbreviations

Fsc – foundation chain or foundation single crochet

Ch – chain

Sc – single crochet

St – stitch

Sl st – slip stitch

Dc – double crochet

Sp – space

Sk – skip

Hdc – half double crochet


Instructions on how to make a foundation chain or foundation single crochet

Ch 2. Insert hook into the second chain from hook.

Draw up a loop (you will have 2 loops on your hook), then draw through only the first loop on hook. (consider this first loop the foundation chain) You will still have 2 loops on your hook.

Complete SC as normal (draw through both loops). – This would be the “row 2” if you were using the regular chain method.

The idea of foundation chains was a little intimidating for me at first. My thought was the standard chains had been doing fine for me this long so what’s the point? Well, I tried it recently and I honestly think it’s fantastic! It provides so much more give to the bottom row rather than it being so rigid.

Chain 200 or fsc 200 (if you want to make it bigger or smaller use groups of 10)

If you choose to chain the 200 rather than use the foundation chain – join with sl st being careful not to twist. Ch 1, sc in first st and in every st around (200 sc). Join with sl st.

Fsc 200 join with sl st being careful not to twist.

R1 – ch 1, sc in first st from hook, ch 5 sc into 5th ch from hook *ch 5, sc into 5th ch from hook* repeat from * to * join with sl st.

R2 – sl st x2, ch 1, sc into ch 5 sp *ch 2, (3 dc, ch2 3 dc) into next ch 5 sp, ch 2, sc, ch 2 into next ch 5 sp* repeat from * to * Join with sl st

R3 – ch 1, *3 dc in ch 2 sp, ch 1, 3 dc in ch 2 sp, ch 3* repeat from * to * join with sl st

R4 – sl st x3 ch 1, sc in dc * ch 5, sk (ch 3, sc, ch 3) sc in dc, ch 5, sc in 6th dc, ch 5* repeat from * to * join with sl st.

R5 – repeat R2

R6 – repeat R3

R7 – repeat R4

R8 – repeat R2

R9 – repeat R3

R10 – repeat R4

R11 – repeat R2

R12 – repeat R3

R13 – sl st x3 ch 1, sc into dc *ch 4 sk (ch 3, sc, ch 3) sc into next dc, ch 4, sc into last of 6 dc* repeat from * to * join with a sl st

R14 – ch 1, 4 hdc into each ch 4 sc all the way around. Join with a sl st.

Alternatively, if you decided to do the regular 200 chains at the beginning use sc instead of hdc for the last row.

I hope you had fun making this pretty infinity scarf! Thank you for visiting, I hope to see you back soon!


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