Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf


Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf

The deep red color of this Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf represents the bold and beautiful colors of autumn. This easy crochet scarf pattern measures 60 inches long and can be worn a variety of different ways. Wrap yourself up in this scarf to stay warm and stylish all autumn long. Feel free to switch up the color a burnt orange or pretty plum color would also look great.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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The color is pretty, yes, but it appears rather flat and undemensional. If that is even a word! I would rather chose a variegated yarn or something with a heathered touch. A metallic is probably my favorite pick! I like the scallop design because it gives a girly look to it.

I am such a fan of all things posted on Moogly and this autumn sunset infinity scarf does not disappoint either. To obtain a more flouncy infinity scarf, I think I will be using a lighter weight yarn just so that the scallops here get the justice they deserve.

The beauty of the scallops on this autumn sunset infinity scarf is lost when the item is worn bunched around the neck. The other picture when the scarf is draped from the head is much more pleasing to the eye. No matter how it will be worn, it is a beautiful scarf.

I think this pattern is very versatile! I have to admit I wasn't sure about the infinity concept at the beginning, but come to find out there are many, many ways to wear one! I really like the beautiful scalloped edge on this one. I am wondering who has tried this one and if you could use a baby yarn on it for a more delicate drape?

This project might start out like the same old long chain, but as soon as you start the first row, you know its something special. The designer provides tutorials for the Special Stitches (Half and Full Clusters) if youre not familiar with how to work them. The pattern can be a little complex, but if you refer to the excellent diagram, it might be easier to follow. As with almost all Moogly Blog projects, this one is available as a print out or download, too.

Such a pretty scarf and a lovely shade of red. Most patterns on this bloggers page are print friendly which used to be the case on all sites, but is now becoming a rare extra as bloggers are locking their content and you have to be computer savvy to be able to crack the code and print them out.

Tried this craft? What did you think?


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