Narrow Steps Infinity Scarf


Narrow Steps Infinity Scarf

Apache Tears Infinity Scarf
Apache Tears Infinity Scarf

Bedeck your neck this winter with this pretty Narrow Steps (Apache Tears) Infinity Scarf! The Apache Tears crochet pattern looks like little pine trees, so when you hook this infinity scarf pattern in Christmas-y colors, it's reminiscent of a holiday wreath! Of course, you can work up this crochet pattern in any colors that suit you or the lucky loved one you're making it for. Segue into spring with this crochet scarf by using pastel yarn colors. Or, coordinate with those Narrow Steps Glittens you recently hooked to craft yourself a matching set.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4 sc x 3 rows = 1 square inch

Finished Size33 x 5.5 in

Materials List

  • Scissors and tapestry needle

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This Apache tears infinity scarf is pretty amazing. I love the pattern, so I am going to save it and come back to it. I will have to watch or read the tutorial on how to work the stitch first! The colors used here would be great to wear to a Christmas party!

The Apache Tears stitch pattern is one of my husbands favorites. He loves the crisp contrast between the colors and rows, so any time I run across a project that uses this, Ill save it to show him later. He would absolutely wear this if I worked it up in grey tones to match his winter jacket. I think I just found one of his Christmas gifts this year.


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