ACWC Infinity Scarf

ACWC Infinity Scarf

ACWC Infinity Scarf
ACWC Infinity Scarf

"ACWC SCARf The 3 items I will be making are a shawl, poncho and scoodie. I have started the shawl for you all. I am hoping to have it done in the next week. I am loving this collection because of the stitches, and just how universal they can be. This stitch can be used for anything and it would be beautiful! I may even make a bag and a Christmas stocking for you all. Using the combination of stitches and maybe adding some more to other things."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge2 inch by 2 inches in sc = 7 stitches and 9 rows

Finished SizePattern measures 6 inches by 74inches

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This infinity scarf pattern is so great! I am looking into making some scarves going into the cold winter season, and I think this is going to be one I make! I love this color, and I am sure I could make a bunch in different colors. I cant wait to give this a try, and the other patterns on the blog!

This gorgeous scarf is worked lengthwise, so it can either be joined to form an infinity scarf or left as it is to use as a regular scarf. The stitch pattern is very nice, and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I do think this would look better in a solid like the example rather than an ombre or cake yarn. A tweed might work though.

I read on the designers site that there is a collection of a shawl, poncho, and scoodie from the Amy Cherisse Winter Collection. I love the look of this scarf. I am curious to research to see if I can find the pattern for the scoodie from this winter collection. The design for this scarf is what I have been looking for as gifts.

This particular infinity scarf is part of a series of three pieces in a collection. She says there will also be a scoodie and a poncho. I am highly interested in seeing the poncho! It is finally summer, but as far as I am concerned it is not too early to work on a new poncho for myself for the fall.


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