With Christmas just around the corner, a quick and easy pattern is just the thing to start checking some of those names off your list. And who doesn't love a beautiful, cozy scarf for this upcoming cold weather?
Here's a pattern I made up for this infinity scarf. It's super easy and you'll be able to memorize it quickly and have your very own completed in about 4 hours. And if you use a thicker yarn/larger hook you could have one even quicker. There are no rules with this pattern. I just started chain stitching until I got to about the width I thought I wanted and then started crocheting. You can make this as narrow or as wide and as long as you want. This is just what I used and came up with.
11" wide x 42" long
240 yards bulky weight yarn (I used 2 skeins of Andes Alpaca in the color Truffle/722)
Size L (8mm) crochet hook
sc: Single Crochet
dc: Double Crochet
Row 1: Work sc in each ch space, ch 2, turn
Row 2: Work dc in each sc, ch 1, turn
Row 3: Work sc in each loop of each dc (not in the ch space), ch 1, turn
Row 4: Work sc in each ch space of each sc, ch 2, turn
Repeat rows 2-4 until you run out of yarn or until the scarf is as long as you like.
Seam the two edges together. There are several different ways to do this and you can find some great tutorials
Weave in ends.
Now go wrap it up and make somebody very happy and cozy. :)
Until next time...
Lady by the Bay