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Sea Foam Infinity Scarf

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Perfect for any month of the year, this Sea Foam Infinity Scarf is a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit.  Easy enough for even the newest of crochet fans, this free crochet infinity scarf pattern can easily be made over the course of a weekend.  The bright blue-green yarn also makes this infinity scarf crochet pattern perfect for summer and winter.

Sea Foam Infinity Scarf

Materials:

  • 1.5 Skeins of Yarn – Bulky – I used Loops & Threads – Country Loom – Ocean Tide
  • Crochet Hook – US K10.5/6.50mm
  • Embroidery needle
  • Scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Counting in 3′s, ch as many stitches as it takes to make a chain 60″ long (this pattern calls for original chain to be any multiple of 3 so just count “1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3…” as you make the chain and make sure that your last chain lands on chain number 3).  Check that the chain hasn’t twisted and join to the first stitch with a sl st so that it now forms a ring.
     
  2. Round 2: dc in every chain until you’re completed the round and join to the first dc with a sl st.
     
  3. Round 3: ch 3 and then sc between the 3rd and 4th dc, ch 3 and then sc in between the 6th and 7th dc.  You want to keep repeating this pattern every 3 double crochets until you’ve completed the round. Join with a sl st.
     
  4. Round 4: dc 3 into the chain you made in the previous round and then dc 3 into the next chain and continue in this manner until you’ve completed the round.  Join with a sl st.
     
  5. Repeat the pattern from Round 3 & 4 until the scarf is the desired width.
     
  6. Bind off and weave in the ends.

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Just finished making this scarf the pattern was very easy & worked up fast! The scarf is very thick however & doesn't look as thin & soft as the picture makes it appear. I am wondering if I should wash it or try blocking it. I know the yarn is bulky but think it would lay better with thinner yarn. Has anyone else tried washing or blocking after making this?

Could u please show a diagram? Not understanding sc between 3rd and 4th dc. Thx Kathleen

Hi there, Unfortunately the designer did not provide a diagram. Is there something in particular that we can help you with? We'd be happy to explain anything that's confusing. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

How do I finish this scarf off?

Hi judystanford--Thanks for your comment. When you have the finished length completed, you just bind off and you're done! If you need help binding off, check out the tutorials on our sister site, AllFreeCrochet.com. Hope that helps! --FaveCrafts Editor

In row 4, shouldn't there be a ch1 after the 3 dc to keep the same count as in row 3?

Hi Janan--thanks for your comment. I checked the original pattern and there is not a ch 1 in row 4. If you want to ask the designer directly, we suggest contacting her through her blog. You can find a link to it by clicking her byline. Thanks again!--FaveCrafts Editor

I made this in about 4 hours. Super easy! I used a variagated yarn it was beautiful. Thanks for the pattern now I need an easy beret pattern ;)

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