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Looking for a last minute gift? This free crochet pattern is a perfect quick crochet project – I finished it in just 2 hours! I used bulky yarn and a US P/11.5 mm hook, but this pattern can be adjusted to any size and yarn type. I think it would look great as a cowl too — even quicker to make! It’s a simple stitch sequence with big textural impact. Enjoy!
This is such a versatile piece too. Wrap it once, twice or three times, or just leave it hanging and you can even cinch it in the middle with a wide belt over slacks and a sweater top. Fantastic!
Materials: Super Bulky Yarn, I used Rowans Romance – 300 yards
Gauge: Hook US P (11.50 mm) 8” stitches x 10 rows in pattern = 4”
Size: 8” x 72”
- beg- beginning
- ch – chain
- sc – single crochet
- sl st – slip stitch
- st(s) – stitch(es)
Weave ends as you work.
- Ch1 at beginning of row does not count as stitch.
- When working rounds or rows, each ch1 counts as a stitch.
Winter Hug Infinity Scarf
Round 1: Ch 130 or number of even stitches needed for desired length of scarf, join with sl st to beg ch to form circle; ch1, sc in each st around, join with sl st to beg sc. 130 sts throughout
Round 2: Ch1, *sc, ch1, skip1*, repeat between * to end, join with sl st to beg sc.
Round 3: Sl st into next ch1, *sc, ch1, skip1*, repeat between * to end, join with sl st to beg sc. You are working a sc in each ch1 space and a ch1 over each sc.
Repeat Round 3 until scarf is desired width.
Last Round: Ch1, sc in same st and each sc and ch1 space around, join with sl st to beg sc. Fasten off.
Winter Hug Flat Scarf
If you prefer a traditional scarf (not connected) you may work it as follows:
Row 1: Ch 130 or number of even stitches needed for desired length of scarf; ch1, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each st to end. 129 sts throughout
Row 2: Ch1, turn, sc in 1st st, *sc, ch1, skip1*, repeat between * across until there is one ch1 space and one sc remaining, sc in last 2 sts.
Row 3: Ch1, turn, *sc, ch1, skip1*, repeat between * to end, working a sc in the last st.
Repeat Rows 2 & 3 until the scarf is your desired width.
Last Round: Ch1, turn, sc in each sc and ch1 space around. Fasten off.
Remember, you are working a sc in each ch1 space and a ch1 over each sc and the first and last st of each row is a sc. Tip: be sure to check your stitch count in each row so that you end up with a straight edged scarf.
That’s it, I told you it was quick!