Make Yourself a Scarf


Fall is here and winter is just around the corner. So are the holidays! A scarf is a great accessory for those cold, windy days ahead. It's also a useful item anyone would love to receive as a gift!

Here is an easy infinity scarf pattern I created that you might enjoy.


Queen’s Lace Infinity Scarf by Little Monkey Shop

Materials
Yarn - Worsted 4: Medium – 2 balls                         


Crochet Hook – Size J

Yarn Needle - optional

Abbreviations:                              



ch – chain

st – stitches

sl st – slip stitch

sc – single crochet

dc – double crochet

hdc – half double crochet

Directions

Row 1:  Chain 24.

Row 2: (dc, ch 2, sc) in 4th chain from hook. *Skip 3 chains, (2dc, chain 2, sc) in next chain.* Repeat * to * to the end of the row.

Row 3: Chain 2, turn, (dc, chain 2, sc) in first chain 2 space. (2 dc, chain 2, sc) in each remaining chain 2 space across to the end of the row.

Row 4-90: Repeat row 3

Join ends by slip stitching ends together or sew together with a yarn needle. Weave ends in.

Adjust the length of the scarf by taking away or adding rows after row 3.

Finished scarf is 6.5 inches wide and 56 inches in circumference.

Leave me a comment if you have a question about the pattern.
Finished scarves can be purchased on my Etsy shop Little Monkey Shop. Custom orders welcome.

Please do not copy, sell, or redistribute this pattern in any way. You are welcome to sell finished items. Please provide this link to my etsy shop when selling finished products online.
Pattern by
www.etsy.com/shop/littlemonkeyshop

Thank you!





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