Chevron Lace Crochet Infinity Scarf


Chevron Lace Crochet Infinity Scarf

Chevron Lace Crochet Infinity Scarf
Chevron Lace Crochet Infinity Scarf

It doesn't get much more stylish than a lacy crochet chevron pattern. This Chevron Lace Crochet Infinity Scarf would complete any outfit, whether you want to spice up a plain sweater or add some color to a white T-shirt. The lovely green, blue, and brown color scheme works great with the chevron crochet pattern. The smaller size makes this scarf fit nice and snug around the neck when you double-it up, or you can unloop it so that it is longer to keep mixing things up. For visual learners, the left- or right-handed video tutorials make this a very do-able crochet pattern for anyone.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge19 sts x 9 rows = 4 inches in dc

Finished Size7 inches wide by 58 inches long (blocked)

Materials List

  • H, 5.0mm hook (Furls Fiberarts Tulipwood used)
  • 285 yds DK weight yarn (Schachenmayr Regia Stripemania Color in Lake; DK weight; 410 yds/375 m)

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I may be alone in this, based on the comments below- but I actually love the way the Chevron Lace crochet infinity scarf. It looks modern to me but with a vintage flair that I can appreciate. I could do this using the Mandala (Lion Brand) yarn and I could get the same beautiful striping but a more gradient blending of colors.

As a rule I dont care for chevron projects (flashbacks to 1970s afghans) but this might actually work for me. The lacy work breaks up the chevron forms, plus using self striping yarn as opposed to physically changing colors makes a difference, too. The crafter has the choice of using a written pattern or diagram, theres an instructional video, and it can be printed off or downloaded.


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