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Block Party Infinity Scarf

Block Party Infinity Scarf

Turn some heads with the Block Party Infinity Scarf. This crochet infinity scarf pattern has a unique, attention-grabbing design. Use sparkly yarn to work up this crochet scarf pattern with geometric designs. This crochet scarf really pops when you use contrasting colors. This scarf is perfect for a date night or an urban adventure. You'll feel sassy and free wearing this cool crochet scarf.

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I love the fun combination of black and pink in this infinity scarf. I haven't done a lot of changing colors while I crochet, so this seems like a good project to practice with.

Have asked a question twice for this scarf but haven't gotten an answer. Please I would like to start crocheting this ASAP. How do I change colors without cutting the yarn?

Hello, I am really surprised that no one has answered you before now. I am sure that you have already figured this out by now but what I do is quite simple. The first time I change I attach the new colour (B) and leave the old one (A) hanging off the edge. When I get back to that side I either continue with colour B in which case I just twist the colours together a couple of times to stop the unused colour forming a huge loop on the side of my work or, I switch colours (drop B and pick up A) depending on the pattern. I hope this helps.

Sorry type I meant the 'yarn'. How do you change colors without cutting the YARN?

I LOVE THIS SCARF BUT DON'T KNOW HOW TO CHANGE COLORS FOR EACH ROW WITHOUT CUTTING THE YEAR. HELP

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