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Faerie Magic Infinity Scarf

Faerie Magic Infinity Scarf
Faerie Magic Infinity Scarf

"This gorgeous Faerie Magic Infinity Scarf is made using one Caron Cake in the Faerie Cake colorway. There is no need to change color with this amazing color-changing yarn. The beautiful texture of this scarf is created using the moss stitch (also known as the crunch stitch.) This pattern includes a link for a photo tutorial of the moss stitch. This scarf is worked flat and then seamed at the ends to form an infinity scarf."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge14.4 stitches and 15.2 rows = 4 inches

Finished SizeApproximately 8.5″ wide and 47″ long, before seamed

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Its always fun to see what some of the top designers come up with for these year long challenges. This lovely scarf is worked flat using the Moss Stitch, and if youre not familiar with it, theres a link to a tutorial included in the instructions. Its a very easy stitch and makes a fairly solid fabricideal for a winter scarf. Its worked flat and requires seaming to create the infinity aspect.

Hey, Hippie Chick! I highly recommend you try the Caron Cakes! I tried it fairly recently myself, and have since created four projects with them. I love it so much and my local Michaels is out of many of the colors that are offered. There are already colors that are clearanced. Maybe to make way for new ones? I HOPE SO! Please don't take away my Caron Cakes! The moss stitch is just alternating slip stitches and half double crochets. Easy-peasy!

I havent used the Caron Cake yarn as of yet. I do however have some of Premier Yarns Sweet Rolls yarn in my stash that I have wanted to try. The only difference between the two yarns is that Sweet Rolls have one less color per skein. This is an excellent pattern for me to use some of these on.

I've used both the Sweet Rolls and the Cakes. Depends on the project, and depends on how many discount coupons I have. Sometimes the extra color matters and sometimes it doesn't.


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