Passions Infinity Scarf: Pattern
This project is lovely for spring, and the colours lovely for this time of year as well. Bright and yet not overwhelming, the Passions Infinity Scarf is easy to make and will add warmth to a blustery spring day as well as a splash of colour of the yet to bloom flowers. Made with just one skein of yarn, this project is easy on the budget and is sure to soothe your hands and mind with it’s repetitive ease while the every changing changes of the yarn will keep you keep you crocheting stitch after stitch until you have a lovely piece in your hand.
At least, that’s how this scarf worked up for me. You can let me know in the comments below how it works up for you.
If you have ever hooked up one of my patterns you know that I tend to create simple pieces that I hope combine style and function. I love to create scarves and shawls because they can make any outfit new again. Also because I hate being cold. I feel these are pieces you can never have enough of and they are lovely to gift as well because we all know at least one person who is always cold and would appreciate adding another scarf to their collection. Or perhaps, needs to start a collection to keep the cold at bay! Made with merino wool, this will certainly keep that perpetually chilly individual warm.
Passions Infinity Scarf
Gauge is not very important for this project.
3” x 27” when assembled
190 yards worsted yarn
One skein Sugarbush Bold in Rose Garden
Stitches Used (US Terms)
Hdc-half double crochet
Camel Stitch-complete a half double crochet in the third loop on the back side of your stitches. Check this how to for more visual instructions.
In my last post, I mentioned that I have a series coming up providing tips for creating your own pieces without a pattern. Patterns are wonderful and have provided me with hours of enjoyment and amazing finished pieces. But, for when you feel like you want something simple and easy to create and yet, functional, there are a few tricks I’ve learned that I am going to being sharing with you. I will always continue to buy patterns created by the many talented designers out there, as some of them have both the vision and creative talent to bring complexly beautiful pieces to life, but I hope this series will allow others like myself to spread their wings and get their own creative juices flowing.