FREE Super Bulky Ribbed Infinity Scarf

I want to thank everyone for supporting my business this year with another FREE pattern.  I wanted to give you a great quick beginner project that looks amazing!  This scarf is made in 100% merino so it looks stunning and luxurious making the perfect gift for friends and family.  This infinity is so big and cozy and only uses 3 balls of Sugar Bush Chill!  I have some great prices in my shop on overstock of select colours so you can make this luxurious piece on a budget! YARN SHOP Until Dec 31, 2017 take advantage of FREE shipping on orders over $75 with coupon code SHIPFREE75

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I’m going to take you a little out of your comfort zone and introduce you to a 25mm crochet hook!  This wooden hook is ginormous!  I purchased mine from Michaels but just google and you’ll find lots of options on Amazon or Etsy.  It might seem too big but trust the process.  You get big bouncy squishy stitches that make this scarf totally snuggle worthy.

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Due to the large stitches you can make this scarf in about 45mins!  That means you can crochet up enough for gifts over a weekend and totally shock your family with your awesome crochet skills!  The infinity will wrap around your neck twice and measure approximately 60″ in circumference.

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Check out the FREE video tutorial on my Youtube channel!  Pls subscribe to get updates on all new videos

Now lets get to the pattern!

 Yarn Requirements: 

Sugar Bush Yarns Chill– 100% Extra Fine Merino (52yds/48m /3.5oz/100g)

Sizes: One Size. Shown in Beaufort Sea

3 Balls or 156 yards

Crochet Hook Requirements:

25mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Additional Supplies:

Yarn needle

Gauge: 

4 hdc and 4 rows equal to 4″

Finished Measurements:

Width 8″

Circumference 60″

Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain

Hdc – Half Double Crochet

Sl St – Slip Stitch

St(s) – Stitch(es)

Instructions:

Notes:

The scarf is work in the round by slip stitching to join.  Each round is turned.  Work hdc stitches into the 3rd loop for the entire scarf.  The 3rd loop is located under the front and back loop of the stitch.  See video tutorial for further clarification.

Scarf:

Loosely ch 60, sl st to join to first ch forming a large ring. Make sure chain is not twisted before joining.

Round 1: Ch 2, work 1 hdc in the back bump of each ch around, sl st in first hdc to join—60 sts. Make sure scarf is not twisted before joining.

Rounds 2-8: Ch 2, work 1 hdc in the 3rd loop of each st around, sl st in first hdc to join, turn—60 sts.  After Round 8 fasten off and weave in ends.

This pattern is the sole property of MJ’s Off the Hook Designs. This pattern is copyright protected and cannot be copied or reproduced in any way. You are welcome to sell your finished items from this pattern. I require a reference or link for my design. My photos are copyright protected and are not to be used to sell your items. This pattern is written in Standard American Terms.

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infinity pin

 

As always Happy Hooking!

Michelle

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